Headless UI Testing with Go, Agouti, and Chrome
Acceptance tests for your UI are an excellent way to cover user functionality. Let’s see how to write a simple
acceptance test in Go with Agouti and have it run headlessly in a CI environment with Chrome.
Faster Pipelines With Compiled BOSH Releases
Compile once, deploy many times.
Faking OAuth2 Single Sign-on in Spring, Two Ways
When your Java Spring web application depends on a third-party OAuth2 single sign-on service,
tests can be slow, brittle, or difficult to control. I’ll describe two ways to address these
issues by faking OAuth2 single sign-on in your tests.
Running Tests in AWS Lambda
Quickly and easily run your tests on AWS without the hassle of starting new
"Some Blog Post" or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Like Red Junit Tests
Tips and tricks for writing tests that fail well. What to mock, what to name your tests, and how to