Back to Course Practices of a Graceful Developer 0% Complete 0/0 Steps Practices for Design & Implementation 10 Topics Functional Mockup Do the Work The TOO HARD Code Smell Don't Use Greater-Than README-Driven Development Ship first, then code Hammers And Diapers Consistency Immediacy Aggregate Boundaries Testing Mindset 2 Topics TDD is easy! - with Michal Taszycki Risk-Oriented Testing Working Together 10 Topics Getting the Lay of the Land in an Unfamiliar Project Breaking Down Complex Pull Requests with Claudio Baccigalupo Pull Request Template - Andy Croll Git Storytelling - Part 1 Git Storytelling - Part 2 Git Storytelling - Part 3 Git Hooks for Evil and Good Asking for help ... - Jim Remsik Working Together Construct shared understanding together The Graceful Career 3 Topics Learning from the Wider Developer Community with PJ Hagerty Pitch a Plan, not a Promotion Refactoring for Interviews - Nickolas Means Conclusion and Next Steps Search (Entire Site)Search Practices of a Graceful Developer Practices for Design & Implementation README-Driven Development Module 1, Topic 5 In Progress ← Previous Next→ README-Driven Development Module Progress 0% Complete What's the first thing you do when starting a new project? Jump right into code? Write a failing test? In this video, find out why Jessitron starts by drafting a README! Oop, this content isn't available to visitors. Please register or log in to continue! Responses You must be logged in to post a comment.