Jenkins plugin updated - fixed a few minor errors and released a new version
Needed, more frameworks is. Hmmm - you will find how to run different Selenium testing frameworks in Nerrvana
Raiders of the lost Code Coverage - our journey with code coverage collection during Selenium testing to get it in our reports
Exporting Selenium test result to HP Quality Center - exporting Selenium test results to HP Quality Center (HP QC) using the Bumblebee web service from Agiletestware.

October 2013

Ruby and Python webdriver bindings - Nerrvana now supports Ruby and Python tests using Selenium 2 (webdriver)

July 2013

Functional monitoring with Selenium in Nerrvana - how we monitor Nerrvana with Nerrvana and how you can do it too

April 2013

March 2013

Functional monitoring at Yandex (translation) - what problems solves functional monitoring at Yandex

February 2013

November 2012

Nerrvana now supports Windows 7 - extending platforms our cloud supports
Using Nerrvana – final notes - configuration files 'as is' and future directions
Using Nerrvana – Jenkins setup for Selenium testing - in final part we will add Nerrvana plug-in step to our build and run our tests in Nerrvana
Running Selenium IDE tests without IDE - how to convert and run tests recorded in Selenium IDE in a cloud
Nerrvana Jenkins plugin released - allows you to fully automate the testing of your web applications using a Jenkins CI server and Nerrvana cloud..

October 2012

Using Nerrvana – deployment & Jenkins (part 2) - what is web application deployment and how we do it with Jenkins (part 2)
Virtualizer toolbox – install Win 7 on Xen - how to install Win 7 on Xen
Virtualizer toolbox – Honey, I Shrunk Windows 7 - Windows 7 minimisation to run browsers which fits 7Gb partition and 512Mb RAM

September 2012

Virtualizer toolbox – install Unix distros side by side - how to instal two or more Unix distros side by side on Windows machine

August 2012

Virtualizer toolbox – Xen installation - how to install Xen on CentOS 5.8
Using Nerrvana – deployment & Jenkins (part 1) - what is web application deployment and how we do it with Jenkins (part 1)

July 2012

Using Nerrvana – SVN hooks to Jenkins - short post about SVN server and SVN hook setup
Using Nerrvana – our setup - we describe our approach to Selenium testing and what decisions we had to make
Hot to log Selenium Grid2 into a database - how we solved Selenium node database logging problem while moving Nerrvana to Selenium Grid2
How to REALLY turn off Chrome auto-updates - mistake in Chrome documentation does not allow to disable auto-updates

April 2012

Parallel Selenium testing - about the standard instruments - TestNG and SeleniumGrid, about a real system that can launch tests in different browsers in parallel, about solving problems when executing the same tests in parallel and how many parallel streams to launch.
Handy Selenium reports - the easier the report is to understand, the less time you need to spend on finding the cause of the error when it finally appears.

February 2012

Selenium reports – our take - it is time to redesign reports to teach them to work with shots nicely as well as consolidate parallel tests

December 2011

Nerrvana launched - it has been three years since we started working on Nerrvana and finally we are ready to launch it

December 2010

Coverage matters - it appears that some functionality was not covered by tests

November 2010

Selenium and non standard Firefox profiles - how to create and use non standard FF profiles while testing with Selenium. Why do we need them?

September 2010

Creation – Day Two - code comments and functionalities comparison for current version of Java tests from creators of “Creation – Day one”

July 2010

Se-nimatograph - Selenium functions for screenshots making, their distinctions and spheres of application

April 2010

Review – Without waiting - one of the ways to speed up testing is not to wait for full page load
Questions to the reader - only three questions for Selenium users

March 2010

Review – It is all about logs - what should perfect logs look like? How logging sub-component should operate to produce ‘plasticine’ suitable for conversion to a thriller by reports?

January 2010

Review – Is ‘Login’ an object or not? - decided to add ‘Login’ into a list of Recruiting application objects and discussing how to test it. Should we allow other objects to use new ‘Login’ object or not?

December 2009

Review – What is a ‘fatal’ in tests? - what are the events which should stop all tests?
A shameless plug - we are planning to publish following posts next.

September 2009

Creation – Day One (evening) - some notes about logs content.
Creation – Day One - head first explanations of how everything is organised inside out.

August 2009

Creation – Day 1 (early morning) - checkout, configure and start first workable Java version testing Recruiting Web site object for now.

June 2009

Test anatomy - verbalisation of our first automatic test.

May 2009

Element-ary tree - elements generalisation based on their observation.
Analysis - detailed manual testing by hands.

April 2009

The Unbearable Lightness of Testing - three person conversation starting with global questions and ending with an invention of a testing plan we will implement.

March 2009

First launch - simple test to check setup by logging into your SalesForce account.
Why did we install log4? - how this library makes tester's life easier.
Environment installation - how to assemble components to be able to run tests we will create.

February 2009

May the ‘Plan’ be with you - we have application, we know our goals. How about top level plan?
The Set-Up - short description of an application selected for testing.
Target - what to use as Web Application Under Test (WAUT) and why?

January 2009

Purpose - it is impossible to test complex web application manually. Conclusions?