This is the 83 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts. This time with two blog posts from Katrina Clokie and Serghei Moret. “How a typo took down S3, the backbone of the internet”, “CI role in mobile automation”, “Test Leadership Breakfast”, “Android Espresso – 4 tools you should be using”, “Running parameterized jobs on Jenkins from PR on GitHub”, “So you created the best app ever?” and “How do you hire a junior tester?”.
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How a typo took down S3, the backbone of the internet – The Verge
CI role in mobile automation – Mobile Automation TestingContinuous integration or simply CI, is a very important aspect for every software product. Especially it is important for the mobile projects, as every time you want to test something you need to build your APP. In this article I will explain how CI helps to make Software Engineers lives easier. Why we need CI…
Running parameterized jobs on Jenkins from PR on GitHub – Mobile Automation TestingIn this article I will describe the way of running jobs on CI from the comment in GitHub pull request. This can be any kind of job you may need to perform, but mostly it makes sense to run tests there. At XING, we have successfully implemented it and have the possibility to run Unit…
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