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    Concordion is an open source tool for writing automated acceptance tests in Java* * There are also versions for .NET, Python, and Ruby. [More details] “Lets you write business tests that don't assume a particular implementation.” Key Features * Powerful, yet simple to use Concordion integrates directly with JUnit. * Highly readable tests Concordion acceptance tests are so readable they can double up as system documentation. And, since the tests are linked to the system, you know the documentation is always up-to-date. * Separates tests from implementation Tests that include a lot of implementation detail lock you into that implementation. Concordion helps you to document the logic and behaviour of your system in a way that does not ·
    3 years and 10 months ago by @gresch
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    Sage lets you build rich, highly functional, cross platform web-enabled desktop applications and applets by simply marking up the UI and attaching JavaScript (or Ruby, Python, etc.) event handlers. You simply point sage to a URL and it downloads the markup and accompanying scripts and renders the application or applet in real-time (the same way a browser renders documents). All that is required to run Sage is a Java Virtual Machine (v1.5 or later, v1.6 preferred). ·
    6 years and 2 months ago by @gresch
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    Bruce Eckel (author of Thinking in Java/J2EE/C++), books I really like, on the Ruby hype. I won't fully agree, but he has some points. ·
    9 years ago by @gresch
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    Interesting articles on sw-development. ·
    9 years ago by @gresch
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