I’ve been programming for quite some time now, in different teams, using various methodologies. I also had the luck to do XP for at least 3 different project...
A few weeks ago, I read The principles of product development flow from Donald G. Reinertsen.
As I’ve encountered this situation in different disguise in different companies, I now assume it’s a widely applied antipattern.
Rest In Peace mes-courses.fr. Here is what it looked like :
Everybody knows about the agile software development promise “Regularly and continuously deliver value”. This is how it is supposed to work :
I just compiled my Gherkin and Cucumber goodies into a gem. It’s called cucumber_tricks and the source code can be found on github. It’s also tested on travi...
I already wrote a lot about test proxies (here, here and here).
When testing html views, either from RSpec or from Cucumber, XPath can be really helpful to quickly find expected elements.