I have a love and hate relationship with Cucumber. I’m not talking about cucumbers we see on a dining table, but the one that we see when we’re talking about software testing! I’ve worked with Cucumber on a number of projects since I started working as a full-time Ruby developer back in 2009. It could be a very useful tool when we needed a tool to aid us in keeping our written requirements (that are also executable) to make sure the software behaves the way business intended. This kind of testing is often called User Acceptance Testing. We asked ourselves, is this the best approach?
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By using automated rspec testing of our real infrastructure systems, Redbubble has reduced the uncertainty around its operating environments, and decreased the amount of manual correctness checking that engineers have to do when provisioning new systems.
Redbubble is hosting a series of events where the Melbourne Tech Community can come together and discuss some thought-provoking ideas, led by both our own team and members of the community that inspire us. So come in, share a drink and lets talk tech! On March 18, Redbubble’s Michael Milewski will be presenting “Experiences Test-Driving Infrastructure”