Recap: Continuous Testing Meets the Classroom: Testing Online, Interactive Curriculum at Code.org [Webinar]

Posted by Bill McGee in AutomationContinuous DeliveryContinuous IntegrationWebinars

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our recent webinar, "Continuous Testing Meets the Classroom: Testing Online, Interactive Curriculum at Code.org", featuring Brian Jordan from Code.org. In his presentation, Brian discussed how Code.org approaches testing throughout the product development cycle, given their unique testing challenges - developing interactive, game-like curriculum for just the types of browsers you’d expect to find in school computer labs - from Internet Explorer 9 to iPads across 40+ languages. The presentation also showed:

  • What Code.org's open source automated testing stack looks like
  • What visual testing with Applitools, cross-browser Selenium tests on Sauce Labs, and live-site monitoring with New Relic and Honeybadger look like in practice
  • About the Code.org "Bug Collection" —real live examples of bugs detected before they hit production

Missed the presentation, want to hear it again, or share with a colleague? Access the recording HERE and view the slides below.

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