Trastel, the DSL I created to help with the automated testing of our services at Orbitz, has been accepted as the QA team’s official testing language. Yippee!
Dzone just picked up on a post to the Accurev blog about some of the cool things our Development Technologies team has been doing at Orbitz. I’m proud to say that we have some really bright, talented people working on that team, and I’m glad that they are starting to get some attention outside of the company (those inside already know how great they are). This team innovates like crazy, constantly coming up with ways to make our lives as developers easier. They do it all, from writing scripts to automate complicated repetitive tasks, managing our continuous integration environment, keeping core infrastructure components like our wiki and bug reporting tool up and running to their full potential, and creating custom applications to improve upon all areas of our development process.
Go Doug, Jill, and crew!