Maven ? Ant ? ...or Gradle ?!

Are you using Maven ? Or maybe you hate Maven and you still use Ant ? Or maybe you feel that both are not enough and you are looking for something else. Than look no more, cause Gradle offers what you need.


Gradle 0.6 supports TestNG

Gradle 0.6 was released today ! Among other stuff Gradle now supports execution of TestNG tests.


TestNG - parallel test execution - example - unique ID generator

Today I played with unique IDs generator. While doing this, I have found how very useful is one of the features of TestNG framework - its ability to run tests in parallel.


GeeCON 2009 conference, Cracow, Poland

The GeeCON 2009 ( conference is over :( This is a sad news, because this event was GREAT !

It took place on 7-8th of May in my home town of Cracow, Poland. I enjoyed every bit of it - from interesting sessions to great catering.

GeeCON 2009

This conference was special to me, because I was one of the speakers there with "Automation of functional tests" session. :)



An Introduction to Testing Web Applications with twill and Selenium - Book Review

This is a review of "An Introduction to Testing Web Applications with twill and Selenium" book by C. Titus Brown, Gheorghe Gheorghiu and Jason Huggins (O'Reilly Media, June 2007)


OSGi code coverage with Cobertura, part II

This is the second installment of OSGi-code-coverage post. Please read the first part: OSGi code coverage with Cobertura.

In this part I'll experiment with more than one bundle being code-coveraged, and I will also use Spring Dynamic Modules to activate the bundles (instead of BundleActivator that I used previously).


4Developers conference, 2009 Cracow, Poland

Today I've spent few hours on 4Developers conference, in Cracow, Poland (

Shortly speaking - it was a very interesting conference, and I am really glad I've been there. Kudos to ogranisers, speakers and IT folks that I met there !


OSGi code coverage with Cobertura

At work, we develop an application which makes heavy use of OSGi. And I need to test the bundles we write. Unit tests are not enough here, because the bundles interact a lot with filesystem and database(-s), so we need a plenty of integration/system tests here. I'm still struggling with the problem of how to organize the tests, how to fire them etc. Anyway, one of the things that I'd like to have is information about the code coverage. So, let's try.


Annoyed by checkstyle errors?

Sometimes, when I try to build some (open-source) project from sources, I got checkstyle errors like this (example comes from Fuse ESB):


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