Programming Projects

To enhance my development skill set, I have been working on a few side projects. More can be found on my GitHub site. To see general blog entries on building automated test frameworks, go to the Table of Contents.

... This summer, I was quite busy! I've been doing one programming side-project a month from February to May 2017, publishing two articles in TechBeacon.com and running the Ministry of Testing - Boston at the same time...

Tinkering with Twitter
October 2017



Build a Basic Appium Framework
May 2017 - June 2017

Learning Appium Desktop
April 2017


Learning Serenity BDD
March 2017


Are You Sure the Bus Line is Listed? Gathering data using REST APIs and REST Assured:
February 2017


Building a Geb + Groovy + Spock project with Yeoman:
November 2016


SDET Prepwork:

I have shifted from being an automation engineer to being a Software Developer in Test. In order to keep up, I have written a few blogs entries about what I need to learn:


Playing with Protractor:
September 2016


RESTful API Testing with Postman and Newman:
July 2016

Article covers "What is an API?" and gives sample APIs on the web. Also shows


Configuring Build.Gradle Environments:
June 2016


The Builder Pattern:
April 2016 - May 2016


RESTful Testing with Stripe and Apache HttpComponents:
Feb 2016 - March 2016

Automate Amazon 
Dec 2015 - Jan 2016

How to develop a rudimentary framework to create automated tests for Amazon.

Testing The-Internet
June - July 2015

Writing automated tests versus Dave Haeffner's Login page on his test site, The-Internet.
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