by Pasha Bitz, Product Manager
Some people used the time at the Creativity Dojo to build tools that serve the Delver team:
QUTIE – the quality testing framework
Some of the back-end features we work on are harder to test for quality. For example: de-duplication of products, search results ordering, extracting of information from web pages. These features manipulate very large numbers of objects and so, it’s hard to judge both 1) whether the results improved or not vs. the previous version 2)whether serious bug were introduced.
Ofer developed a framework (dubbed QUTIE for “quality testing”, yeah I know…) that takes example “correct” output data and compares it to the data that the system being tested generates. This streamlines and simplifies the QA work for such features:
Read Ofer’s post about QUTIE.
iPhone App Installer
When developing and testing our iPhone app, we’re constantly working on a bunch of different versions and branches of code.
Rudy developed an app that let’s you quickly install a particular version/branch to your iPhone. This app integrates with our automated build system and help with quickly testing new code for the iPhone:
Virtual Servers Monitoring
Anatoly developed a tool to monitor usage and performance of our virtual servers: