June 24, 2015


I've loved Sauce Labs every since I first heard about it. Instead of testing the same exact web application five or ten times in various browsers and platforms, I can write a test once? And I don't have to manually configure the browsers and platforms by hand? Sign me up! 

We use it at work. Sure, it's a pain setting up Internet Explorer 8, but you kinda expect IE8 to be a pain when using a modern web app with it. 

Have you ever read the blog Hyperbole and a Half? The post, "This is Why I'l Never Be An Adult" was where the meme "Clean AllTheThings!" came from. 

Sauce Labs designed promotional shirts branded with a new motto: test.AllTheThings!( ). 


Last week, I received something in the mail.

Unfortunately, they did not have a 4XL for my manager. 

... I was finally able to wear the shirt yesterday! 

When I am reviewing videos Saucelabs provides trying to figure out why our tests failed again, I can wear my shirt proudly. 

Test AllTheThings! 

-T.J. Maher
 Sr. QA Engineer, Fitbit
 Boston, MA

// Automated tester for [ 3 ] month and counting!

Please note: 'Adventures in Automation' is a personal blog about automated testing. It is not an official blog of Fitbit.com

1 comment:

ralph said...

"Adventures in Automation" likely refers to a journey or exploration into the realm of automated processes, such as robotics, artificial intelligence, or industrial automation. This phrase may encapsulate experiences, challenges, and innovations encountered while implementing or developing automated systems, highlighting the excitement and potential of technological advancements in streamlining tasks and improving efficiency.
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