A well known DrupalCon fact is that the action mostly takes place in the hallways and social gatherings. The logic is that the sessions are recorded, and the rest isn't.
On DrupalCon L.A. I was spending most of my time in the hallways stalking people to show them the newly born Shoov and ask for their feedback. One of those people was my good friend Mike Anello, which later expressed his feelings about Shoov in this fun DrupalEasy podcast.
Few months later, with the next DrupalCon already around the corner and Shoov maturing every day, I've contacted him to get his feedback on what we have so far, and I got this:
I think one that could help me and other developers is almost something like a glossary. I’ve heard of many of the technologies in your visual monitoring “stack”, but not entirely clear on what the purpose of each one is (Yeoman, WebdriverCSS, mocha, etc… - Behat I know!
Let's start from the end, because those three words made an impact on me - "Behat I know".
As a reader of this post you are probably familiar with Behat or at least know what functional testing frameworks are.
Do you remember that time in the past you didn't?
Do you remember that time in the past where functional testing was just a nice to have for you and not the life saver it is now days?