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The application for this challenge is the Restful Booker Application. More about the application is available here. You can also ask questions related to the application there.
Complete these challenges using any tooling of your choice.
- Create a pipeline that builds the restful booker projects.
- Create a pipeline that builds the restful booker projects, and runs all the tests.
- Create a continuous deployment pipeline so that changes are immediately released when the build succeeds.
Tip: I’ve been meaning to checkout GitHub Actions. You could also look at CircleCI, Jenkins and many more. Share below what you are trying.
Staff Quality Coach, Culture Amp
I’m Jas from Melbourne. I currently work at Culture Amp as a Staff Quality Coach, specialising in test automation and testability.
I have worked in the mobile app development space for almost a decade, where I saw mobile devices and operating systems get better and better by the day. My fascination towards mobile devices made me start my professional career as a mobile app developer. But my quest to build better apps and write code that is much more testable lead me to transition into a test automation engineer specialising in mobile.
Since then, I’ve gradually explored a wide variety of test automation frameworks and have consulted for some of the leading software teams in Australia to build efficient test automation suites for both mobile and web apps.
I have spoken about my test automation journey in a variety of testing conferences like the Ministry of Testing’s Testbashes, Automation Guild (by TestGuild) and Saucelabs’ Saucecon.
I now work at Culture Amp alongside the legendary Anne-Marie Charrett helping build a passionate quality enablement team.
I currently work with test automation frameworks (functionality, contract and load) for APIs, web apps, micro-services and event sourced systems.
Latest obsession… Observability within test frameworks.