8 posts tagged as "unit-testing"

An update to my WatiN experience

A few days ago I wrote of my initial impressions with WatiN. While I really like it, I mentioned that I had some trouble getting the tests to run under Cruise Control .NET. Over the weekend the author, director and admin of the WatiN project,...


I really like WatiN

Over the last couple of months we've talked about the need to get some UI testing in place for some of the projects that I work on daily. I considered Selenium and spent a little time looking at Watir. As I started getting into Watir I realized...


WhatIWantMost.com - Introduction, part deux

In my previous post I laid out the plan and goals for my WhatIWantMost.com project. I forgot to mention a couple of things, though. Because I am a great big huge fan of automated builds, continuous integration, CC.NET, ... (author goes on and on...


Joe and I will be presenting "Real World CI using CC.NET" at CodeMash!

We got the answer we were waiting for today - we will be presenting at CodeMash! Looks like there is a lot of stuff going on over at the CodeMash site - lots of announcements: * Dave Donaldson will be doing an NHibernate presentation. * Bill...


Real World Continuous Integration presentation material

Our presentation went pretty well - Jim liked it. I have posted the slide show and other presentation materials and Jim will post them to the Dayton .NET Developers site as well. Remember, we'll be doing the same presentation in January for...


Continuous Integration Presentation using CC.NET and more tonight

Tonight is the night. Joe Wirtley and I will be giving our presentation, Real World Continuous Integration, at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group. We did a dry run for the developers at Tellus last Friday and it seemed to go pretty well. We had a...


Continuous Integration presentation for Dayton .NET group on Oct 25th

Joe Wirtley and I will be giving a presentation, Real World Continuous Integration, at the Dayton .NET Developer's Group meeting on October 25th. We will discuss using Cruise Control .NET, NAnt, MSBuild, and NUnit to create an effective automated...


Another real-world example of why even the most simple smoke test is shiny

I'm in the middle of developing a proof of concept project for a client that involves me working fairly closely with 3 third-parties along with the client. The communication and waiting game can sometimes be a PITA. Currently I'm waiting on any...