Monthly Archives: November 2013

Github Authentication Updates Released

We’re happy to announce that the changes we’ve been planning to our GitHub authentication integration are live in our production environment! As we described in an earlier post, we’ve changed our OAuth model to allow users to select the privilege level they give Tddium to communicate with GitHub.  Now, when you link a GitHub account, […]

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GitHub API Authentication Updates

At Solano Labs, we believe that a seamless integration between our service and our customers’ tools provides the best user experience. Many of our customers today use GitHub and have connected a GitHub account with their Tddium account using OAuth. We take the security of our customers’ code very seriously, and we’re making some important […]

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Lumos Labs – Fast Tests with Solano CI Remove Testing Barriers

by Carl Furrow of Lumos Labs Making sure your test suite runs quickly ensures that it will be run often. We at Lumos Labs (lumosity.com) have been working on an in-house Jenkins CI setup to run our ~2500 tests across ~360 files in under 10 minutes. Our Jenkins setup consists of about 24 executor VMs. For […]

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