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14, June 2017

#27 Angrez Singh on FireWatir

#27 Angrez Singh on FireWatir#27 Angrez Singh on FireWatir

#27 Angrez Singh on FireWatir

14, June 2017

Watir Podcast #49

Dave McNulla and Zeljko Filipin discuss recent articles written about Watir, Watir-Webdriver, testing frameworks, and testing services. Here are the links to the articles

Opening and closing music is Matts Blues by Kevin MacLeod (Genre: Blues, Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, Harmonica, ISRC: US-UAN-11-00165, 2007 Kevin MacLeod)

14, June 2017

/28-tom-copeland-on-safariwatir/

Charley Baker and Željko Filipin talk with Tom Copeland (programmer for InfoEther, lead developer of SafariWatir, system administrator of RubyForge.org) about SafariWatir, watirspec, RubyForge.org, Gemcutter, GitHub, other podcasts Tom recorded, how to raise 7 kids

While we were recording the podcast Tom released SafariWatir 0.3.7. While he is typing, you can hear Oh So Fabulous song in the background.

Music at the beginning and the end of the podcast is All My Little Words. Both songs are by Chad Fowler.

14, June 2017

#41 Dave McNulla 2/2

We are proud to be a part of Testing Podcast family. You can find audio podcasts on software testing there. All of them.

Music at the beginning and the end of the podcast is by George Sanders from Portland, Oregon.

Show notes:

0:40 Introduction.
1:07 Which OS does he prefer?
4:16 Is there anything in Watir he would like to be improved or changed?
5:23 Did he use any other tool for testing web applications?
6:17 Does he have his own framework for running Watir tests?
6:40 Fixtures for Watir.
8:17 Felipe does not like DSLs.
10:02 What language is the web application written in?
11:26 What does he do when he is not at a computer? Missions, Spurs
12:02 Does he listen to podcasts?
12:49 Closing thoughts.
13:39 It would be nice if people asking for Watir support treat it like a bug report.
14:45 He does not have the time to maintain a blog, but he is @dmcnulla on Twitter.
17:02 He is not even close to our record in the number of kids (and Felipe and I are even further away).
18:20 Closing.
18:58 A few words about conferences.
19:55 A few words in Portuguese and Croatian.

14, June 2017

Podcast #55

Dave McNulla spends a few minutes talking to @Chzy (Jeff Morgan) about his new book, his automation test gems, and good practices in test automation. Here are some links:

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A special thanks to Jeff Morgan for being on this interview, and doing all that he does.

Opening and closing music is At Launch by Kevin MacLeod (Genre: Soundtrack, an epic orchestral work featuring heavy brass and strings. This piece takes the listener on a spirited journey through military might and hopeful adventure., ISRC: USUAN1100539, 2009 Kevin MacLeod)

14, June 2015

Podcast #52

Dave McNulla and Zeljko Filipin discuss recent articles written about Watir, Watir-Webdriver, testing frameworks, and testing services. Here are the links to the articles:

14, June 2015

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14, June 2015

Podcast 52 Outtake

Zeljko tells Dave why Recorders are bad for test automation. Recorder articles of the past (there are so many more than this) relating to the outtake:

First Article I read on Test Automation (by James Bach)
Common Problems in Test Automation p. 6 (by Cem Kaner)
Evolution of Automated Tests (by Adam Goucher)
Dragon Chicken (by Zeljko)

14, June 2015

#25 Dave Hoover on SafariWatir and Software Craftsmanship

Željko Filipin and Gregg Yows talk with Dave Hoover about SafariWatir and software craftsmanship. Dave explains what Redsquirrel means and The Boutique Tester blog post by Matthew Heusser is mentioned.

Music at the beginning and the end of the podcast is Redsquirrel Theme Song by Colin Harris.

14, June 2015

#41 Dave McNulla 2/2

We are proud to be a part of Testing Podcast family. You can find audio podcasts on software testing there. All of them.

Music at the beginning and the end of the podcast is by George Sanders from Portland, Oregon.

Show notes:

0:40 Introduction.
1:07 Which OS does he prefer?
4:16 Is there anything in Watir he would like to be improved or changed?
5:23 Did he use any other tool for testing web applications?
6:17 Does he have his own framework for running Watir tests?
6:40 Fixtures for Watir.
8:17 Felipe does not like DSLs.
10:02 What language is the web application written in?
11:26 What does he do when he is not at a computer? Missions, Spurs
12:02 Does he listen to podcasts?
12:49 Closing thoughts.
13:39 It would be nice if people asking for Watir support treat it like a bug report.
14:45 He does not have the time to maintain a blog, but he is @dmcnulla on Twitter.
17:02 He is not even close to our record in the number of kids (and Felipe and I are even further away).
18:20 Closing.
18:58 A few words about conferences.
19:55 A few words in Portuguese and Croatian.