I’ve released another screencast. This one builds a new Ruby Gem from scratch. This gem is a wrapper around jQueryUI controls making them usable by the page-object gem.
I’ve created yet another screencast. This one demonstrates how to use the navigational features that are a part of the page-object gem.
I just uploaded a new screencast that demonstrates how to write a RSpec Matcher.
I’ve uploaded another screencast to YouTube. This screencast builds upon the previous one so you’ll want to be sure to check it out first.
In this screencast I walk you through all of the code from the previous one and then proceed to add a new scenario that specifies a requirement for the checkout screen. Along the way I realize I have some code that needs to be reused on other pages. I then extract this code into a module and demonstrate how to create reusable “panels” that can be included in any page.
I’ve uploaded a new screencast to YouTube. This one demonstrates several techniques I use to keep my Cucumber scripts clean and well factored. If you like what you see in this screencast then please pick up a copy of my book. It contains these techniques plus a whole lot more.
I had so much fun doing the kata screencast last week that I decided to do another one today. It’s up on youtube for your enjoyment.
My talk from Agile Vancouver is now online. In this talk I get audience members to put on costumes and act out skits demonstrating different ways to collaborate as a team to improve quality.
I learned about an interesting site from the Software Craftsmanship mailing list. The site is codersdojo.org. I decided to take the challenge of performing a kata using their tool and decided to make a screencast of my effort. You can find the CodersDojo result here.