I got a new job! Well, new as of earlier this spring, anyway. From March 2016 to April of this year (2018), I worked at Mavenlink. In May, I started a new job as a software engineer at Benchling (I took some time off in between to travel to Spain and visit family). I’ll explain why I made the switch below.
At my job, we’re in the process of writing a library of shared React components. (This blog post deals with React, Ruby, and Selenium, but the concepts are applicable to anyone writing integration tests for a shared set of reusable components.) This is awesome, and we’re seeing high rates of adoption and modification among devs. However, when writing our integration specs, we end up writing the same selectors and behavior over and over. I came up with a solution this week for how to help improve some of the pain we’re feeling, and I wanted to share it with you:
Welcome to my blog! I built this using Barry Clark’s excellent repo and blogpost. I’ll be updating the styling on this soon to make it my own, but for now, I’m just looking forward to having a place to host my projects and ramblings. Talk to you soon!