Ansible Gotchas, Tricks, and Tools [Part 1]

I have been working with Ansible for some time now. I have come to like the simplicity of the approach and its capabilities. In this series of posts, I hope to document some

Running Saucelabs in a Geb, Spock, Groovy and Gradle stack

> TL;TR; You can visit SauceLabs samples which is hosted on GitHub [https://github.com/saucelabs-sample-test-frameworks/Groovy-Geb-Spock-Gradle-Selenium] to which I contributed per this blog post. Gradle [https://gradle.org/] is an open source

Vagrant Ansible Provisioning and SSH Issues

Vagrant [https://www.vagrantup.com] enables users to create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments. This weekend I really needed something like this. Like really did. However I didn’t want