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Gregory Paciga

Astrophysicist by training, software tester by trade. Organizer of the Ministry of Testing meetup in Toronto. He/him.

Location Toronto Joined Joined on  Personal website https://gerg.dev github website twitter website

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Lead Developer, DevOps & Test Automation

Three ways to make metrics suck less

Three ways to make metrics suck less

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What should the ratio of automated to exploratory testing be?

What should the ratio of automated to exploratory testing be?

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Throttling Jenkins pipelines per node

Throttling Jenkins pipelines per node

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Making Chromedriver and Chrome versions match in a Docker image

Making Chromedriver and Chrome versions match in a Docker image

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Why are developers against testability?

Why are developers against testability?

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Scaling the y-axis of Kibana visualizations

Scaling the y-axis of Kibana visualizations

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Adventures with escaping quotes in Jenkins pipelines

Adventures with escaping quotes in Jenkins pipelines

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Jenkins: Check whether a DSL method exists

Jenkins: Check whether a DSL method exists

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Regression and Functional tests are meaningless

Regression and Functional tests are meaningless

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Creating a Job DSL seed job with JCasC

Creating a Job DSL seed job with JCasC

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Scaling visual testing with BackstopJS (Part 2)

Scaling visual testing with BackstopJS (Part 2)

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Don’t “check” or “verify” in your tests

Don’t “check” or “verify” in your tests

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Scaling visual testing with BackstopJS (Part 1)

Scaling visual testing with BackstopJS (Part 1)

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A demonstration of Mutation Testing

A demonstration of Mutation Testing

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Testing in 2019, according to my Twitter bookmarks

Testing in 2019, according to my Twitter bookmarks

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