2100 Solutions – NEW Ruby on Rails website NOW in production on Heroku

After a few embarassing announcements, and failed launches, I have successfully re-crafted my website2100solutionsLogofor 2100 Solutions Consulting, LLC.   This branding of my services includes, Program Management, BPM Strategy, Quality Assurance, Testing, Performance Preparation and Strategy, Automated Testing and Product Development.

Here is a URL for the Ruby on Rails website I just launched using the Heroku enviornment this weekend.  http://2100solutions.com

Heroku was by far the easiest host to implement.

Now a stable 24/7 presence with links to my external blogs and pursuits.

I have other RoR websites completed, but not yet launched on Heroku.   All published websites will be managed through GitHub.  My account at GitHub is WAFulbright, if you’d like to see or follow or contribute to my code!  Let’s do talk before you contribute!   Thanks!

Bill Fulbright

 

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2100 Solutions launches NEW Cloud Based, Ruby on Rails website!

Here is a URL for a Ruby on Rails website I just launched using the Godaddy Cloud Server today: http://192.169.168.247:8080/

I have tried AWS, Open Shift, Dreamhost, etc. Godaddy was the easiest.

The IP:port still needs to be updated so that the Domain Name for 2100Solutions.com appears.

One last little piece of magic left to go….but I couldn’t wait to show it…

Ruby, Ruby On Rails, SQLite3, RVM, rbenv, bundler, all source code, launched from the command prompt @ Godaddy VPS and it all works.

A new Ruby App – Salary Bonus Calculator

Here is an app I just made called the “Salary Bonus Calculator”.

It is very short, but powerful, as it not only demonstrates it’s usefulness, but has room for much more development, which is coming.

I have embedded the video which is published on my Vimeo site.

Salary Bonus Calculator – Ruby App from Bill Fulbright on Vimeo.

Vendor Management Service Transformation: Entry 1 – Re-Factoring, Businss Architecture

metodo_pratiche_agile_chart_manifesto_itaEntry 1    3.22.2015

I recently was invited to join a project for a Vendor Management Service (VMS) in Mid-March 2015. The project is to provide in Phase 1 a re-factoring of our Client’s code by replacing the hardcoded middleware with services, and adding new client facing features, along with a new UI. All needing new documentation, of which there is now verylittle.

Our client provides a turnkey service for managing IT vendors who need to outsource their HR, Recruiting, Accounting, and Financial Services for this aspect of their business.

My role is to document the present legacy Business Processes, the new Processes, the new Services and the newly re-factored APIs, processes and added features by providing the Requirements, Use Cases, Workflows and Processes.

The leadership on this project is not only setting the pace, but shining a bright light into the future vision for this client, and for the VMS industry. It is a privilege to work with them.

 

Presently, I am awash in the project ramp-up and assimilation of the many layers, features and infrastructure required to successfully launch a program as complex as this.

We have two teams: one is onsite with FTE EEs of the customer, and a fly-in contingent of our leadership. The other is an offsite team in Atlanta, that is providing an AGILE based component for delivery of the new code which provides the new Service APIs and integration; as well as Leadership, Business Architecure, Process Articulation & Documentation. The client will observe the present SDLC based approach for now.

We have defined the primary users and their roles, the features – both new and old – associated with their roles. The functionality of these features some of which, for now, will remain as legacy, while others are new. There are around 400 of these. Some are Epic, requiring some of the features to support the workflows.

For the new and replacement pieces (in AGILE) we have defined the primary “Day in the Life” from the “need to the ass in the seat” E2E process to establish a critical Happy Path. Variations and UCM will be modeled based upon this primary structure.

The software and coding will be the same, albeit updated. The specific usage of the system will vary based upon the needs and systems of client-users of this system.

The SDLC pieces for things like the DATA, and QA will be driven from the client sites.

I will be updating this log at various points along the way…. so STAY TUNED!!

Bill Fulbright

My favorite NEWBIE Links to Ruby, Rails, Cucumber, Watir

Well without further ado:

My Favorites List (and growing!)

http://coolestguidesontheplanet.com/setting-up-os-x-mavericks-and-homebrew/
http://rubygems.org/
http://www.coderanch.com/t/419711/Linux-UNIX/capture-shell-scripts-ouput-log
http://www.aqaa.org/
https://sites.google.com/site/railsfirstjobroadmap/
https://github.com/atlrug/atlrug4
http://watir.com/installation/
https://leanpub.com/watirbook/packages/book/purchases/1HPOgsTA918x27n08qO2FM/thankyou
https://leanpub.com/watirbook/packages/book/purchases/new
http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Developer-Tools/Cucumber.shtml

Furiously ADDING Test focus for AGILE, RUBY, Selenium, Cucumber, Watir

Yes, the time has come.  The light bulb is finally on with a full 110w glow.

Things have changed.  Transition to new approaches for development and testing are solidly underway.  I am going to be adding and recommending books, courses, resources, apps, downloads, etc. regarding all the changes happening in Testing, or should happen in Testing to keep up with the tidal wave of exponential growth in new technology.

So, Please return often, as I am updating as fast as I am finding and learning.

Start with my new PAGE for AGILE Testing Links http://wp.me/P4ebuN-3T

Thanks,

Bill Fulbright