I-Tier: Testium

6 Responses to I-Tier: Testium

  1. January 10, 2014 @4:13 pm

    Very nice work, I look forward to giving testium a try.

  2. January 10, 2014 @10:59 pm

    We use similar technique – fibers to make async JS synch to eliminate callbacks, here’s some slides http://petrush.in/blog/2013/client-side-qa

    We also found that creating DSL / helpers and scopes may be greatly beneficial, because it makes tests looks more like human language and less like CSS selectors.

  3. January 18, 2014 @9:52 pm

    I ‘m s student in the U of Utah,SaltLakeCity. As a research project , I am working on Node Js with Express Framework to develop a a Single Page Application.
    I ‘m interested in summer internship in Groupon. Do you have opportunities.

  4. February 21, 2014 @11:59 am


    Groupon is accepting candidates for summer internships! Please access the “University” link and follow the the appropriate directions to view all available opportunities.

    Link: https://jobs.groupon.com/university/


  5. February 22, 2014 @9:22 am

    This is amazing! Thank you so much for creating this (and for webdriver-http-sync, too)!

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