In this screencast, I walk you through writing your first test using Geb and Spock. We’ll create a page object and a spec (test), and then run our new test on multiple browsers.
I’m part of a distributed team that has daily stand-ups and other meetings, that are all online. Thus, I can’t watch this video without laughing my ass off…
To paraphrase Jon’s list of 5 “crazy ideas”:
- Don’t track bugs; just fix them
- Delete all bugs in your backlog that you can’t fix immediately
- All newly reported bugs are either rejected or fixed immediately
- Automated tests are created for each new bug
- Set WIP limit for bugs (eg. 20 total)
Ten years ago I would have scoffed at the idea of not tracking bugs and deleting the bug backlog, but today, I can see this as a realistic possibility. In fact, this isn’t far from how my current team operates today. So what’s stopping me from going all in? Guts?