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Because I’m going to be testing in cucumber sections of the site that require a user to be logged in, I decided to get it out of the way. So, in this video, I write a cucumber feature to test login and round it off with a few tests on the devise generated user model to make sure it continues to behave as I expect it to as I update it throughout the process of building this application.

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Joe is one of the talented developers at Thoughtbot in Boston, MA.

Joe is a maintainer for the shoulda gem. Here’s a video on how to use shoulda.

Some of the gems we talked about are:

Thoughtbot is responsible for HopToad.

Joe also mentioned that Thoughtbot uses Pivotal Tracker and most developers use VIM. His VIM config files are here.

Here’s the article on Team Rotation.

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Shoulda is a framework that sits on top of Test::Unit and adds a ton of nice features like macro’s, nested context, and the ability to create custom tests in a block-based DSL.
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