In GEB I started utilizing static “content” with my assertions. Here’s how it works.  My tests have been getting messy.  […]
In a recent code review, the VP of technology gave me some good advice.  He looked at a test I […]
I was making some assertions lately, and one of the dev’s here gave me some advice. My assertions in GEB […]
Yesterday I had a situation where I was writing an automation script in GEB to check data in a page.  […]
There’s a great blog about REST (what it is, explanation and examples) at:
Thanks to some developer help, we now have a newer version of GEB running. This new version may help rule […]
Jez Humble was at our offices today, giving a talk on Continuous Integration… unfortunately I missed it – due to […]
At 10am we were down to 2 failures. In looking at one of the acceptance tests I found the problem, […]
5 new failures in the same trunk that was green yesterday. Having an issue with the old “element not found […]
Our tests are green again. Jenkins – reports that the latest trunk build has no Acceptance Test failures. That’s awesome. […]

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