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Testing Programmable Infrastructure with Ruby
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| by Matt Long Follow 0 Followers on Apr 12, 2017 |

Matt Long talks about some approaches to environment infrastructure testing that his team at OpenCredo has created using Ruby, a language they feel is uniquely positioned to work with both infrastructure and testing.

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Matt Long works as a QA Consultant for OpenCredo, a London-based consultancy specializing in helping clients build and deploy emerging technologies. He is responsible for the testing requirements in a number of OpenCredo engagements, with specialist knowledge in the creation and deployment of automated testing frameworks. He works with tools such as Java, Selenium, Cucumber, Ruby, and Gatling.

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