I’ve been busy this month speaking at HackSI, YUIConf, and Bayjax. The videos will be available soon, but you can check out the slides now:
- Hacking 101: Build A Working Hack, for Southern Illniois’ first hack day
- Testing YUI Everywhere, how YUI runs 100K tests without losing our sanity
- You Can Test Everywhere, a combination of my YUIConf talks from 2012 and this year
My testing talks reveal what I’ve been working on for a few months: yo/tests, a commit-based test report for YUI that helps us ship quality releases. Compared to Jenkins’ build-based test silos and build-based CI dashboards, yo/tests actually lets engineers know what’s broken by organizing results around commits instead of build numbers and hiding flaky tests and infrastructure.