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DevQA: make your testers happy with Groovy, Spock and Geb

12th December 2013 in London at The Crypt, St James Church Clerkenwell

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In this talk I will show a live example on how to setup an independent project for functional tests using Gradle, Groovy, Spock and Geb.

Writing functional tests using Geb in a Grails application is fine for a development team. But when you have QA automation engineers, giving them access to the Grails app might not be the best solution (specially when they belong to a different team). So the same way DevOps allow developers and sysadmins collaborate together, let's talk about DevQA, and make them happy using a framework stack powered by Groovy.

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DevQA: make your testers happy with Groovy, Spock and Geb

Alvaro Sanchez-Mariscal

Álvaro is a passionate software architect and agile enthusiast with over 14 years of experience. He started his career in 2001 coding in Perl and Java, but then quickly focused on Java EE, working for companies like IBM BCS, BEA Systems or Sun Microsystems.

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In this talk I will show a live example on how to setup an independent project for functional tests using Gradle, Groovy, Spock and Geb.

Writing functional tests using Geb in a Grails application is fine for a development team. But when you have QA automation engineers, giving them access to the Grails app might not be the best solution (specially when they belong to a different team). So the same way DevOps allow developers and sysadmins collaborate together, let's talk about DevQA, and make them happy using a framework stack powered by Groovy.

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About the Speaker

DevQA: make your testers happy with Groovy, Spock and Geb

Alvaro Sanchez-Mariscal

Álvaro is a passionate software architect and agile enthusiast with over 14 years of experience. He started his career in 2001 coding in Perl and Java, but then quickly focused on Java EE, working for companies like IBM BCS, BEA Systems or Sun Microsystems.