Agile Testing Days 2012 – Day 1 – The birth of the #unicorn…

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Still riding the high from the tutorial day, I arrived at the conference venue eager to get cracking with the days talks. The opening Keynote was “Disciplined Agile Delivery: The Foundation for Scaling Agile” presented by Scott Ambler. The general ideas behind the methodology such as not re-inventing the wheel, and being goal driven, not … Read more
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“It’s only test code…”

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“Let me hack this in, it’s only test code”, “Don’t worry about getting it reviewed, it’s only test code”, “It doesn’t have to be elegant or efficient, it’s only test code”… do these phrases sound familiar? Chances are if you’ve working with test automation, at one point or other you will have heard these phrases, … Read more
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Antenna Aligner Part 8: It’s Alive!!!

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Finally the day has come, Antenna Aligner v1.0.1 has been uploaded to the AppStore and . “Waiting for review” .. . fast forward 7 days and much checking of emails later WOO HOO! Now what? So I set my facebook page to go live https://www.facebook.com/AntennaAligner, and started by sending messages to my mates that have … Read more
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Antenna Aligner Part 7: Connecting the dots

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The app is basically ready, so I eagerly started to sort out creating the application entry in iTunes Connect. It’s mostly intuitive actually, although I did have to create yet another icon for iTunes sized 512×512 pixels, damn lucky I did the original graphics as vector! It took me longer to write the application description … Read more
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Antenna Aligner Part 6: Little Robots

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A week ago I took temporary ownership of a HTC Desire S so that I could start testing my app under Android. Support for Android was not in my original plan, but when Nomad added support for it recently, I starting thinking why not! So with some trepidation, I clicked the Build for Android button … Read more
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Antenna Aligner Part 3: Kaspersky

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Quick one today. Since starting this project, I’ve been encountering times where Nomad fails to build my app. It would then take repeated attempts at building to then see a build go through successfully. Rob, who works on Nomad at Red Gate, investigated this and it showed that certain parts of the message required to … Read more
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