Category Archives: Test Solutions
As many of my readers my know, or have figured out, I’ve been a fan of the Ruby language for quite some time and I’ve used it to construct some of my own open source testing solutions. I’m now actively … Continue reading
The idea of a test solution architect is a role that should officially exist but doesn’t. My thoughts are still percolating on this but let’s talk about architects in general and then talk about test solution architects.
In a previous post I introduced you to provisioning an infrastructure with Chef using a standalone component called Chef Solo. In this post, I’m going to expand significantly on that example and cover how to use Chef in the more … Continue reading
Many testers are working in a DevOps context now or soon will be. This context is often about making a new environment available (virtualization) or taking an environment and making sure it has everything needed (provisioning). Usually these two go … Continue reading
In a previous post I talked how testers need to learn virtualization technology, using Vagrant as a good example of that. Here I want to talk about a related aspect to that, which is provisioning the virtual machines that are … Continue reading
I interact with many testers who feel they are not relevant in their career due to various things they don’t know. Probably one of the most common of those would be virtualization. The ability to utilize virtualized environments is most … Continue reading
I have a really hard time getting behind the names of many of the open source test tools that are out there. Here I want to talk about that just a little bit and what I’ve been doing to combat … Continue reading