This post is part of a series where Behance developers talk about the various tools they use to get things done and make ideas happen.
1) Who are you and what do you do at Behance?
Hey there, I’m Nina Berg, a Quality Engineer here at Behance. Our team’s job is to ensure Behance is as stable and bug-free as possible. To that end, we work on developing whatever tools, infrastructure, and processes are needed to test our website. My recent projects include working on a Selenium testing library called Paige, and designing a continuous integration workflow for the cookbooks our devops team works on.
2) What hardware do you use?
3) What software do you use?
Terminal of choice: iTerm.
Text editor of choice: vim or atom (switching over from Sublime).
Tools used when working on building out test infrastructure and environments: chef and packer.
And Jenkins ties everything together.
4) What do you listen to while working?
I usually enjoy listening to the sounds of the office. Occasionally when it gets too loud, I’ll find something on Pandora.
5) Out of all the equipment used, what piece of software/hardware do you feel is the most useful of all?
Git and Github – almost everything we do is stored in github, and many of the tools I work on are designed to work with our github workflow.