Dev Lesson 1

Soft errors require more finesse to avoid. Carefully aiming before attempting to blast down the problem will save time and frustration, although nothing beats the experience of trying all the possibilities. I spent the last few days setting up automated e2e tests with node for Angular. I hadn’t done any real back end JavaScript, so I was learning how to put together grunt tasks with a node server. The problem was simple enough: start a proxy authentication server that registers with a central authority and point the tests to use the temporary proxy server.