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Scott Ford

Corgibytes


Introducing Storybook - a tool for building and documenting UI components in isolation


## Outline

* What is Storybook?
* Getting started
* Story time
* Writing your first story
* Use additional stories to showcase UI options
* Setting up actions to view events
* Addons
* Knobs - UI to dynamically control the way your component is rendered
* Info - add documentation for your components
* Storyshots - snapshot testing for your stories
* Backgrounds - make sure your components look great on multiple backrgounds
* Viewport - make sure your component renders correctly at different sizes and layouts

## Learning Outcome

A basic understanding of Storybook and how to use it to its fullest potential

## Target Audience

Developers using React, Angular or Vue to build UI components


Important Metrics for Measuring Code Health


## Outline

* Explore the health metaphor
* Defining the metrics
* Churn
* Code Coverage
* Complexity
* Tools to collect the metrics
* Why these metrics?
* What are good metric values?
* Using the metrics together
* Exploring common scenarios

## Learning Outcome

An understanding of the meaning of 3 important software metrics (churn, code coverage, and complexity) and how to interpret values in combination.

## Target Audience

Developers, Managers, Product Owners


About Scott Ford


Leading the Corgibytes technical team is Scott, who has been called the “Bob Vila of the internet.” Scott is a polyglot developer who, at last count, is fluent in over twenty programming languages. Scott’s love of software restoration and remodeling began in college where he and his team were responsible for retrofitting the testing tools for the X-31 jet fighter. Since then, Scott has maintained a test-focused approach to his work and found the most joy in projects where an existing codebase needed to be improved.

In addition to fixing old code, Scott enjoys anime, reading sci-fi fiction and comic books and spending time with his family. And yes, he does have a Corgi, her name is Ein, and if you recognize that reference, we might just give you a discount.