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Chapter 8 - Sign in, sign out

Chapter 8 adds functionality for registered users to sign in and out by adding authentication machinery using sessions and cookies. I’m going to list the commands run and files here as a reference, because it includes a good span of files and it will be handy to have an abridged reference for setting up a new feature like this. 546 more words


TDD, Rspec and Controllers.

I was recently building out a really small feature for my app and needed to test my controller and ran into a really strange problem. I wrote all of my tests and when I would run the suite I’d get an ActionView::MissingTemplate error, and all of the tests failed. 210 more words


Units of Quality

Unit tests in one form or another seem to be an accepted part of mainstream software development. They are generally robust, have good tools available and quick to write.  481 more words

LTE Market Expected to Reach $997 Billion, Globally, by 2020 - Allied Market Research

According to a new report by Allied Market Research titled ” LTE Market (TDD, FDD, LTE Advance) - Global Opportunity Analysis and Forecast – 2012-2020“, the LTE market is to soar as high as $997 billion by 2020, experiencing a CAGR of 58.2% during 2013-2020. 469 more words


Keep the user in mind for longer when testing

Here’s a short video of something I’m working on that will be out soon. It is a toolkit that greatly simplifies and aids UI test authoring that enables you to focus on the user when testing. 34 more words


Speed up TDD in SSDT (and other acronymns)

tldr: I have written a free vs package to deploy files quickly from SSDT to sql server, to speed up the red-green tdd cycle.

I find that writing code for sql server using TDD can be a little frustrating, the process I have is that I use SSDT to manage and deploy database projects including tests written using tSQLt, using the standard red-green cycle:

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Search Gear #9 - Drone.io and More Testing!

Drone.io come through with an Academic account with free repos’! Nice one Brad @droneio.

A-Level results day so no much Go-ing on!

But re ran my test code after system restart – just in case it was anything I did in yesterdays session which didn’t continue through to today and SUCESS! 233 more words

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