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Polymer Web Component Unit Testing

"What is Google’s Polymer Project?" This is typically what I hear when I begin talking about this brand-new web component technology my company is using to implement a responsive web application. The Polymer Project is a library for creating web components, which align with W3C standards and provide a set of features for creating custom HTML elements. It is designed to make it easier and [...]

The Sauce Journey - Back to Pragmatism
Posted by Joe Alfaro in Best PracticesDevOpsThe Story of Sauce

One of the things I'm constantly preaching to our DevOps team is the need to approach Scrum pragmatically - as I pointed out in my post on Shu Ha Ri, the goal is to not have your team dogmatically follow a certain set of precepts or rules, but to learn how to use those as guidelines and improvise upon them to meet the requirements of your own particular situation. Recently, however, as we took a [...]

How ChatOps Can Improve Your Testing Process
Posted by Brena Monteiro in Best PracticesDevOpsGuest Blog Posts

Testing as efficiently as possible is key to doing DevOps well. One tool you can use to test more quickly and with less effort is ChatOps. Below, I explain what ChatOps means and how it applies to automated testing. What is ChatOps? The DevOps movement has given rise to a need to maintain visibility across the development pipeline for all team members. ChatOps, which uses chatbots to integrate [...]

New Year's Resolutions For DevOps And QA
Posted by Dan Cuellar in Best PracticesDevOpsGuest Blog Posts

2017 is upon us, and so it's that time of year where we all make pledges to better ourselves for the New Year. Whether it's to go to the gym, or to find that special someone, January is the time of year where we sit back, reflect, and set a new course for ourselves. In that spirit, I've put together a list of potential resolutions that should be of interest to readers of this blog. Containerize [...]

How To Attract Top QA Talent

Recruiting top QA talent in this competitive market is a lot like dating. You can't live on your past laurels and expect to attract the best prospects! You need to take a good look at how you are presenting yourself to others and modernize your approach. What is Their First Impression? I recently had to restaff a QA team. The company had a stock job description to post, and my first inclination [...]

How To Curate Your Test Suite
Posted by Michael Churchman in Best PracticesGuest Blog PostsSoftware Development & Testing

Software testing is easy, isn't it? Just run some tests, get the results, and do... well, whatever you do with test results. What kind of tests? Just standard software tests, of course. What other kinds of testing are there? Sound familiar? It should. It's an all-too-common approach to testing among software developers, even among those who have enough experience to know better. The trouble with [...]

Don’t Be the Grinch! Or Cross-Browser Compatibility Problems and How to Avoid Them
Posted by Mike Mackrory in Best PracticesCross Browser TestingGuest Blog Posts

When I Became Committed to Online Commerce If I wasn't a fan of shopping on the Web before, I became a fan several years ago, while standing in line at a large retail store in the wee hours of a frigid Black Friday in the Mountain West. My wife and I had arrived shortly after midnight, timed to avoid the crush at the door and confident that the items we had on our list would still be available. [...]

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