Monthly Archives: July 2014

Performance testing Firefox OS on reference devices

A while back I wrote about the LEGO harness I created for Eideticker to hold both the device and camera in place. Since then there has been a couple of iterations of the harness. When we started testing against our … Continue reading

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A new home for the gaiatest documentation

The gaiatest python package provides a test framework and runner for testing Gaia (the user interface for Firefox OS). It also provides a handy command line tool and can be used as a dependency from other packages that need to … Continue reading

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Giving up and getting fit

Last July, on my 31st birthday I removed coffee from my diet. On the same day of the month since then I have removed something new from my diet, and pretty soon I will have completed a year of this. … Continue reading

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