Is it possible to distribute a test suite across multiple nodes to cut down on execution time with phpunit/selenium? For example, if I had 4 selenium grid nodes and 100 test cases to run, I'd like 25 test cases to run on each machine.
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Cafe Velo is without a doubt my favourite coffee joint in Colorado Springs. I'm a self-admitted coffee snob, and the coffee here impressed me a lot! The service is also excellent. Cafe Velo has become my go-to coffee house.
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From someone who has slowly been edging over to the "dark side" of functional programming, this is an excellent article. It's refreshing to see the OO community learning from the principles of functional programming.
In the last post Beyond Inheritance, we talked about looking past "types" and reasoning about objects differently. The conclusion was that inheritance wasn't necessary for OOP, and often results in more problems than it solves. Well, let's go beyond that and explore more of what will come from ...
Andrew is first and foremost a Child of God through Christ Jesus. He has been called an avid coffee drinker, geek, and tinkerer and an occasional blogger, audio engineer, and political philosopher. After graduating from The Master's College in 2010, Andrew has lived with his family in Colorado Springs since 2012.
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Whenever my family is in the mood for Mexican food, this is our usual destination. We have always been pleased with the food, and the atmosphere is great. In our experience, the staff has been friendly and attentive.
Peak Place is hands-down my favorite coffee shop in Colorado Springs. It's a great place to get a pour-over, an espresso drink, or even a craft beer. It's a great place to hang out as well. The Batista's are all very friendly and knowledgeable, and the atmosphere is great. In my opinion, this is exactly what a third wave coffeehouse should be.
Consistently great burgers and fries. Whenever I am craving a burger and fries, this is usually my first choice. I did have a minor issue with the speed of service recently, but that was pretty unusual, so I would still highly recommend this location.