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Extensible/open browser extension & headless system for testing UI Consistency guidelines (or anything else you can test with injected JS).
Gherkin is the language that Cucumber understands.
Given when then
for automating visual regression testing of website styling to support refactoring of CSS
Chai Assertion Library
Extends Chai with assertions for the Sinon.JS mocking framework.
A scriptable browser for Web developers that runs on Gecko
Track All Details. Achieve quality with project visibility powered by transparent traceability.
TeX by Topic, A TeXnician's Reference
Texas A&M; International University
Texas Tech University-Health Sciences Center
Thainguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry
Thanksgiving Recipes Across the United States
Lucy Buffett’s Oyster Dressing 12 tablespoons/1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter, divided, plus more for baking dish 1 (8-inch-square) baked and cooled cornbread, pref
Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology
The ‘World Cup Is Over, Now What?’ Guide to Soccer
Just because the World Cup is over doesn’t mean soccer stops. Soccer never stops; that’s one of its biggest appeals.
The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase's Worst Nightmare
She tried to stay quiet, she really did. But after eight years of keeping a heavy secret, the day came when Alayne Fleischmann couldn't take it anymore.
The 10 Best Books of 2014
The year’s best books, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. Scribner, $27.
The 10 Best Houses of the Year
It's architecture awards seasons right now, with honors and medals being doled out with what seems like daily regularity. Thankfully, the AIA's 2014 Housing Awards breaks up the march of zillion-dollar projects with something a little more real: Places where normal humans actually live.
The 10 greatest changes of the past 1,000 years
Most people think of castles as representative of conflict. However, they should be seen as bastions of peace as much as war. In 1000 there were very few castles in Europe – and none in England.
The 100 Best Albums of the Decade So Far (2010-2014) | Pitchfork
It's been an interesting decade for the album. As the 2000s ended, conventional wisdom suggested that the album was on its way out, that the future would all be individual tracks and playlists.
The 350,000 Percent Rise of Christopher Wool's Masterpiece Painting
Art dealer Christophe Van de Weghe strode into Christie’s auction house in New York with orders from a mystery client. His mission that night, Nov. 12, 2013, was to buy a specific painting—for which the client was willing to pay an astonishingly high price.
The 5 Most Common Design Mistakes
There’s no learning without mistakes. And I’ve done the following (as well as seen the following done) too many times to count.
The 7 Habits of Highly Stylish People
Fact: Anyone with a credit card can be fashionable. Another fact: Very few people—credit cards or not—can be considered women of genuine style.
The 99% : Rotten Tomatoes’ Highest Rated Movies Every Guy Should See
We can’t remember the last time we watched a movie without consulting Rotten Tomatoes first. The new Ben Affleck flick only scored a 26%? We’re out before the first scene rolls.
The Action Hero Championship Belt
Before Steve McQueen, Hollywood didn’t produce action movies in the modern sense. You never saw John Wayne trapped on a luxury yacht with scheming terrorists, or Paul Newman tearing through Paris to find his kidnapped daughter.
Giulio Selvaggi was asleep when the shaking started. It was the night of April 5, 2009, and the head of Italy’s National Earthquake Center had worked late into the night in Rome before going home to crash. From the motion of his bed, Selvaggi could tell the quake was big — but not close.
The Algorithm Design Manual
The American Band Championship Belt
When you decide that spending about 27 work hours determining the holders of the American Band Championship Belt going back to 1964 is a good, even noble idea, you quickly come up against two inconvenient facts.1 One, many of the best bands ever aren’t from the United States.
The American University in London
The Apache Cassandra Project
Cassandra Web Site
The Architecture of Open Source Applications: Vol. 1: Elegance, Evolution, and a Few Fearless Hacks; Vol. 2: Structure, Scale, and a Few More Feerless Hacks
The Art and Craft of Programming
The Art of Assembly Language Programming
The Art of Computer Programming