Slides from JavaOne 2017 sessions

And yet another wonderful JavaOne conference has finished. Five days packed with incredible content and networking opportunities, for which yours truly along with my "partners in crime" Vicente Gonzalez and Julio Palma were a small part. This post collects the links to the presentation materials for each of the three sessions that we delivered during … Continue reading Slides from JavaOne 2017 sessions

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Slides from JavaOne 2016 sessions

This post is a short summary with links where Accenture's JavaOne 2016 session slides can be found online, in a more stable place as compared with conference web site: CON3080 - Testing Java Web Applications with Selenium: A Cookbook - Jorge Hidalgo and Vicente Gonzalez - https://www.slideshare.net/deors/javaone-2016-con3080-testing-java-web-applications-with-selenium-a-cookbook CON3187 - Java ME and Single-Board Computers for Creating Industrial … Continue reading Slides from JavaOne 2016 sessions

Slides from OpenSouthCode 2016 session – Accenture DevOps Platform – open source continuous delivery

Today I've had the enormous honour and pleasure to present during the OpenSouthCode conference, held in Malaga, my own city, where I've been so fortunate to live and work since 1999. I've been speaking about something I'm very proud to be a small part of: the Accenture DevOps Platform. An open source, continuous delivery platform … Continue reading Slides from OpenSouthCode 2016 session – Accenture DevOps Platform – open source continuous delivery

Idiom for Browser-Selectable Selenium Tests

For some time I've wanted to share an idiom I personally use and recommend when building Selenium Tests. This idiom allows to control which browsers are used to run the tests without needing to update test sources or configuration. The simple ideas behind this idiom are: Test code and configuration should not depend on the … Continue reading Idiom for Browser-Selectable Selenium Tests

Selenium WebDriver: Waiting for an application to be fully loaded

While working with Selenium WebDriver to automate web application tests in multiple browsers and application platforms, we found out some cases in which the application under test was not fully loaded when our tests executed, causing the test with the first browser to fail (but not the subsequent ones). For example, when using Cargo to … Continue reading Selenium WebDriver: Waiting for an application to be fully loaded

Installing Sonar in OpenShift as a DIY application

Note: this is an excerpt extracted from my talk at Red Hat Developer Day London. You can see more about the talk in my post here: https://deors.wordpress.com/2012/10/03/developer-day/ Sonar is a popular code profiler and dashboard that excels when used along a Continuous Integration engine: Seamless integration with Maven. Leverages best-of-breed tools as Checkstyle, PMD or … Continue reading Installing Sonar in OpenShift as a DIY application

The Usual Suspects – Talk in Red Hat Developer Day London, Nov 1st

On Nov 1st, I will be presenting in Red Hat Developer Day London. The tittle of my talk is: "The Usual Suspects – Creating a Cloud Development Environment with Sonar, Selenium and JMeter on OpenShift Origin". During the session I will show how to extend the basic development environment offered by OpenShift (Git, Maven, Jenkins) and create … Continue reading The Usual Suspects – Talk in Red Hat Developer Day London, Nov 1st