I’ve know Woody for a few years. He invited me to a free (yes, I said free, as in I don’t pay a dime) workshop to learn Mob Programming. After a couple of tries, I was able to attend what might be the last free workshop on February 25, 2017. It was free because Hunter Industries paid for Woody’s time, let us use their facility & equipment, provided our lunch, and volunteered their time to coordinate all the activities. Nice people.
This is my blog entry on my experience at the workshop.
On Tuesday, I spoke to Mark Barzilay from SpriteCloud about how they developed Lapis_Lazuli to make their test automation development & execution easier. Come listen to some of the features you could benefit from.
The Watir Podcast has release Episode 64, in which I interview Automation expert Jason Watts about why he likes using Watir over other libraries. He is knowledgeable about his test stack! In the course of half an hour, we talk about page objects (3 libraries), Allure, Cucumber, RSpec, Xvfb, Fig Newton, IRB, PRY, Watir Model, Docker, Vagrant, Ansible, BitBucket, Bamboo, Slack, Stack Overflow, Watir General (google groups), and Github.