11 Jun '12, 1pm

Look! I published an article again: Preloading dependencies for faster test suite start-up times

help you speed up your test runs by preloading your application’s dependencies and running your test suite without reloading the whole stack each time. That sounds like magic, but it’s actually quite simple to build a tool that can do something like that. In this article, we’ll write a dependency preloader in about twenty lines of Ruby. Ready? Let’s go!

Full article: http://jeffkreeftmeijer.com/2012/preloading-dependencies-...

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