Monthly Archives: December 2011

RabbitMQ, CouchDB, Build Controls & CCMenu

Update: CCMenu can now be configured from your organization’s chat notifications configuration dialog. Happy Holidays, everyone! Tddium’s been open to the public for a month now, and we’ve seen great response and growth we can be proud of!   Tddium has run over 750k tests, with usage accelerating every day. The Tddium elves have been hard […]

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Cucumber and Resque

Most web sites end up needing some sort of background job queue to process requests that don’t belong on the critical path.  In the Ruby on Rails world the two most common are Delayed Job and Resque.  Writing tests for either is pretty straightforward with cucumber if you have your relational database (delayed job) or redis […]

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Tddium Launches (with Riak and Spinach support)!

We’re proud to announce that Tddium is open to the public!   Read more in our first official press release. If you’re not already a Tddium user, sign up for a free trial at www.tddium.com, or install the Heroku Add-On. Even as we were putting the finishing touches on our launch, we added support for: Testing […]

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Psych isn’t Syck

Ruby 1.9.2 introduced a new YAML parser called psych, which in theory is better than syck, the existing parser.  Syck is the parser in 1.8.7 and REE and still the default in 1.9.2 but it is unmaintained.  Ideally, we’d be able to just switch over to psych with 1.9.2, but there are number of outstanding issues […]

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