Assurity hosts Concordion hackathon

explore-assurity 18 November 2014 Nigel Charman

Assurity hosted a Concordion hackathon in Wellington last weekend.

Concordion is an open-source tool for automating Specification by Example checks. It checks the examples against the system under test and merges the results with the specification to create high-quality living documentation.

Concordion has a strong following in Wellington, where five developers from different companies got together to work on the project. The group collaborated to help Andrew Sumner publish his three new extensions, performed some housekeeping on the codebase and added new features for the upcoming 1.4.5 release.

Thanks to all the participants for their great energy and here's looking to a repeat!

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