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- 23 Mar 2017 »
I've released go-script-bash v1.4.0, another large update that includes massive test performance improvements, amongst other significant new features
- 20 Feb 2017 »
I'll be keynoting DevOpsDays Baltimore on March 8, I've made updates to my
portfolio page, and I've some updates on go-script-bash v1.4.0 and more.
- 07 Feb 2017 »
This blog now features a Let's Encrypt certificate with HPKP, and I hope to
share insights and tooling that may be of use to others.
- 16 Jan 2017 »
I've just released go-script-bash v1.3.0, which is a massive update, especially for logging and automated testing features
- 27 Nov 2016 »
I've just released go-script-bash v1.1.0, which adds some major new features, two new builtin commands, and multiple bug fixes and internal improvements.
- 04 Nov 2016 »
Some background on the .about.yml project metadata format prompted by an
unexpected inquiry from the TODO Group.
- 21 Oct 2016 »
The video of the Surge 2016 version of "The Convergence of Wills",
probably my favorite iteration of the talk so far, is now available. Plus a
bonus go-script-bash lightning talk!
- 05 Oct 2016 »
Just posted a "Hello, World!" example for the new
ReactionMessage type I added to the
- 16 Sep 2016 »
I've been obsessed with writing a framework for ./go scripts in Bash, and have just released v1.0.0.
- 27 Jan 2016 »
I've written a Slack bot in Node.js that files GitHub issues, and a unit
testing tutorial in Node.js based on the bot.
- 09 Dec 2015 »
Sometimes, when inspiration strikes, it isn't pretty; in fact, it can be
downright painful and horrid. Please don't read this post.
- 29 Sep 2014 »
I'm moving to Washington, D.C. to join the 18F team, to help change how development is done throughout the Federal government.
- 11 Aug 2014 »
I've produced a report on the early, promising results of my OpenSSL makefile refactoring experiment, in which I was successful using GNU make.
- 22 Jul 2014 »
I paid a visit to Washington, D.C. this past week, gave a tech talk on unit testing and culture change, and was amazed at the positive energy there.
- 26 Jun 2014 »
I'm experimenting with refactoring OpenSSL's existing recursive Make structure into a top-Makefile-with-includes structure.
- 13 Apr 2014 »
A Testing on the Toilet-inspired article about the Heartbleed bug and how it could have been prevented
- 12 Apr 2014 »
I've written a complete proof-of-concept unit and regression test for the Heartbleed bug, and am pretty happy with it
- 12 Apr 2014 »
I wrote a rough skeleton of a proof-of-concept unit test for the Heartbleed bug that I hope to polish and complete over the weekend
- 09 Apr 2014 »
The Heartbleed bug has me seeing red just as much as Apple's SSL bug did, because it's another serious bug that could've been caught by a test
- 25 Mar 2014 »
Turns out I couldn't let the Apple SSL bug go quite yet, as I've submitted an article to Communications of the ACM for consideration
- 19 Mar 2014 »
Hopefully the Apple SSL bug is out of my system, having given an AutoTest Boston lightning talk and written a Testing on the Toilet-esque article
- 17 Mar 2014 »
Wrote a new script to update the tags for the playingthechanges.com MP3 files before importing them into iTunes, and accepted a challenge from David Plass
- 14 Mar 2014 »
My programming skills still come into play at Berklee, as I wrote a Python script to download the MP3 files from the Playing the Changes website
- 04 Mar 2014 »
I've published a new article on AutoTest Central about the Testing Grouplet's Small, Medium, and Large test size schema, and more on the Apple bug.
- 25 Feb 2014 »
Apple's recent SSL security bug compelled me to write a blog post for AutoTest Central illustrating how unit testing could've helped prevent it
- 03 Dec 2013 »
The recent Go 1.2 release contains genius test coverage features, but the announcement illustrating them contains an annoying flaw
- 18 Feb 2013 »
There are many better uses of my time than getting sucked into writing demented Python scripts for Mac OS X. That doesn't seem to matter, always.
- 01 Oct 2012 »
The specific tools the Testing Grouplet, Testing Tech, Build Tools and others developed to improve testing development and efficiency at Google
- 13 Sep 2012 »
The collection of processes Google uses for ensuring software quality, including automated developer testing as promoted by the Testing Grouplet
- 11 Sep 2012 »
The basics of how automated tests should--and should not--be written, as promoted by the Testing Grouplet at Google
- 01 Sep 2012 »
I learn that I'm still a programmer after writing tools in Ruby and Go to help publish my blog, which I've also now published on Google Code.
- 16 Aug 2012 »
The fundamental object-oriented programming issues which produced Google's testing challenges and the solutions promoted by the Testing Grouplet