On the Ruby Testing Podcast we discuss how to get started with testing as well as how to write better, more effective tests.
Building features and writing tests are often seen as competing with one another. How do you balance the two? Dave Kimura and I discuss.
I talk with John Cech of Planet Argon about refactoring legacy Rails projects and legacy test suites.
In this episode I talk with Jason Charnes, organizer of the Southeast Ruby conference and co-host of the Remote Ruby podcast, about how he got started with testing.
In this episode I talk with Zach Attas, Senior Test Engineer, about QA, Selenium, SitePrism and a number of other things.
In this episode I talk with Josh about the process of building the honeybadger-ruby gem and what was involved in testing it.
Me and Adam Hawkins talk about where, what and how to test. Adam brought up some interesting ideas I hadn't thought about before including not only testing your code but testing your deployment pipeline.
Kostis Kapelonis and I talk about some of the testing anti-patterns he discusses in his comprehensive article, Software Testing Anti-patterns.
I talk with Semaphore CI Co-Founder Marko Anastasov about how he got started with programming and testing. We also talk about Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery and the difference among the three.
In this episode I talk with Brittany Martin, co-host of the Ruby on Rails Podcast, about her career story and how she got started with Ruby testing.
In this episode Yoseph and I talk about test-driven design.