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Sep 20 2019

Carrying the Torch

At MojoTech, we have a long history of working on, contributing to, and using various Open Source software projects. A sample of early projects include Cerberus, one of the first Ruby-based Continuous Integration tools; Capybara-UI, a Capybara

Craig P Jolicoeur

NewsEngineeringElixir

Aug 29 2019

Introducing Prismatest Testing Library

Today I’m officially announcing the launch of Prismatest, a Javascript library to decouple your front-end tests from the view layer details. Writing tests for front-end applications is hard. Prismatest aims to make it easier. I've seen and written

Daniel Wilson

EngineeringTestingJavaScript

Jul 22 2019

Contexts with Some Light Phoenix

There once was a professor who ran a school for gifted youngsters. He had the unfortunate problem that his teachers would frequently disappear. Sometimes to space or different time periods or living islands. The result was that classes would be

David Dufresne

Engineering

May 23 2019

Opening Day

Aerial view of a baseball stadium Introduction Since one of its earliest releases, I have been a rabid fan of an indie computer game called Out of the Park Baseball (OOTP). OOTP is a video game that allows a player to manage his favorite baseball

Joe DelCioppio

EngineeringReact

Nov 14 2018

Build a simple in-memory cache in Node.js

I created a Node JS project recently that required fetching some data from an external API. A colleague suggested that I cache the API call response. I thought this suggestion was a good idea since the data did not change very often and the app ran

Timothy Barmann

EngineeringNews

Jul 10 2018

The Real Value of Cucumber

In the article, Why I Recommend Against Using Cucumber, the author Jason Swett, stipulates some problems with how he sees Cucumber being used incorrectly, and that even if used correctly, he posits that Cucumber has a “small negative value.” While

Mike McDermott

EngineeringTesting

Jun 26 2018

Learning to Code: You’re Doing It Wrong

These days, it seems that almost everybody wants to learn to code — and if you believe all the boot camps and book titles that have surfaced over the past two decades, you might think it's also easy to do. It seems to me that the latest generation

Chris Shoemaker

EngineeringCode Quality