Chad Woolley

Chad Woolley
Agile Engineer, Pivotal Labs

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Chad Woolley lives on the border in Tucson, Arizona, and has been developing Rails full-time for over two years at Pivotal Labs in San Francisco. Chad is an active open source participant, contributor, and creator, including the GemInstaller tool for automating RubyGems management. He presented a hands-on tutorial on Continuous Integration at the Agile 2007 Conference, and has over 5 years of experience setting up and managing Continuous Integration environments with different companies, languages, tools, and platforms. He is a winner of the November 2007 Rails Hackfest (with surprisingly little effort – you could do it too!). Find out more about him at thewoolleyweb.com

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Location: Portland Ballroom 253
Chad Woolley (Pivotal Labs)
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This is a detailed step-by-step tutorial on quickly setting up a Continuous Integration (CI) environment for automated Rails testing with Test::Unit, JsUnit, and Selenium. All software and instructions are downloadable, including instructions for running everything in a VmWare VM. With these materials, anyone can set up a their own CI environment, regardless of their skill or access to hardware. Read more.
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