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Moinmoin 👋

Hi, I'm Stephan

I test and write software. I love the ocean & science.

@s_2k

  • 📝 Find my web site at seasidetesting.com

  • I wrote a book 📕 'Fast Feedback Using Ruby' ➙ https://leanpub.com/fastfeedbackusingruby/

  • Together with Maik Nogens and lots of great contributors, I published 'Software People … Work From Home — Insights & Experiences From Planet Earth' ➙ https://leanpub.com/softwarepeopleworkfromhome 📓 This book contains personal and hopefully helpful texts from software people from all over the planet describing what they have experiences & observed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get it. It's free! 🙂

  • I'm a Cucumber committer. 🥒

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on a project that helps accessing risk.

  • 🌱 I’m currently learning Elixir, update my Rails knowledge and take a TDD course.

  • 💬 Ask me about Ruby, software testing, oceanography, physics. I'll answer best I can.

  • 📫 How to reach me: By e-mail to the.tester@hey.com ot on Twitter at https://twitter.com/s_2k

  • 📄 About my work – including a 'traditional' (and not particularly exciting) CV in form of a table, the first part is much more interesting, because is more about how I work; https://seasidetesting.com/work-with-me

  • Fun fact I started winter swimming in the North Sea in late 2020. It's fun. 🌊🏊🏻‍♂️🌊

Connect with me:

@s_2k

Languages & Tools:

ruby rails sqlite travisci jenkins heroku postgresql mongodb git bash bootstrap circleci css3 docker elixir html5 linux selenium vagrant

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  1. Some methods to detect whether an Enumberable object contains a constrained number of elements that match a given condition

    Ruby

  2. Rake tasks helping to check LeanPub manuscripts

    Ruby

  3. An RubyMine (and other JetBrains IDE) colour scheme I use for Ruby and Rails development

  4. An example how a bug in one part of a setup of Rakefiles can cause a failure in an unrelated part.

    Ruby

  5. Example code for http://phvalues.wordpress.com/2014/07/29/more-fun-with-rakefiles/

    Ruby

618 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to s2k/trivia_refactoring_workout, s2k/fd, s2k/point_of_sale and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

July 2021

Created an issue in kellyjonbrazil/jc that received 1 comment

Name conflict with autojump's 'jc'

Context I would like to use William Ting's autojump (see https://github.com/wting/autojump) as well as jc in the same context. Observation Both use jc

1 comment
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
wting/autojump
1 open
19 contributions in private repositories Jul 6 – Jul 28

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