Brujo has been an active member of the Erlang Ecosystem for almost 15 years. He’s the maintainer of a lot of open-source projects and tools that you probably use every day, if you work with Erlang. He’s a very prolific blogger and trainer and he used to organize SpawnFest. When not working with Erlang, you can find him playing table tennis or walking around the Spanish country-side with his family.
Test Driven Development is a great way of writing code, both for simple programs and also for large systems. Erlang, in particular, is a language that’s fantastically suited to work this way. But you need to learn how to use the tools that the language provides to get the most out of it. This talk covers exactly that. It’s the answer to the question “How can I easily and effectively implement TDD to work with any Erlang system?”