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Stephen Levine

Stephen Levine is a software engineer at Pivotal who works remotely from Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is currently the product manager of PCF Dev. Prior to Cloud Foundry, Stephen worked for Pivotal Labs in San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is a graduate of Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, and enjoys developing products that support large systems. He created and maintains Agouti, a popular acceptance testing library for Golang.

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Meet PCF Dev: Your Ticket To Running Cloud Foundry Locally

PCF Dev is a new Pivotal product that allows developers to run a nearly feature-complete Pivotal Cloud Foundry® installation locally in a single virtual machine. With PCF Dev, we aim to provide the full PCF experience locally, allowing you to iterate on your apps quickly in a production-like environment. PCF Dev includes condensed versions of the same production-grade components that comprise PCF, such as the Diego application scheduler.

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Agouti 2.0 Released

Agouti is a WebDriver client and acceptance/integration testing framework for Go. It is designed to work seamlessly with Ginkgo and Gomega in the same way that Capybara works with RSpec in Ruby-land. Agouti is compatible with Selenium WebDriver, PhantomJS, and …

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Introducing Agouti – A Golang Acceptance Testing Framework

Ever wish you could write acceptance or integration tests for your Go-based web app without bringing in Capybara? Allow me to introduce:

Agouti lets you write acceptance tests using Ginkgo and Gomega. It provides a clean interface for controlling and …

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DC.js for D3-Based Data Visualizations

A recent, shorter-term project prompted us to search for a library that would let us rapidly develop featureful charts that could be customized using D3. We were concerned that starting from scratch in D3 would use too much of our …

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