Ian Dees

Ian Dees was first bitten by the programming bug in 1986 on a Timex Sinclair 1000, and has been having a blast in his software apprenticeship ever since.

Since escaping Rice University in 1996 with engineering and German degrees, he has debugged assembler with an oscilloscope, written web applications nestled comfortably in high-level frameworks, and seen everything in between. He currently hacks C++ application code, automates laboratory hardware, and yes, writes user interface test scripts for a test equipment manufacturer near Portland, Oregon.

When he's not coding for work or for friends, you're most likely to find Ian chasing his family around on bicycles, plinking away at his guitar, or puzzling at the knobs on the espresso machine while some impromptu meal simmers on the stove nearby.

Cucumber Recipes Cucumber Recipes (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
by Ian Dees, Matt Wynne, Aslak Hellesoy
February 2013
Print: $33.00

Scripted GUI Testing With Ruby Scripted GUI Testing With Ruby (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
by Ian Dees
August 2008
OUT OF PRINT

"If you are into testing software, this is a great book to use as a baseline."
--Robert Pritchett, MacCompanion, April 2009 Issue

"Scripted GUI Testing with Ruby is a solid and complete text for the very specific need of automatic GUI testing. "
--Douglas R. Dechow, PhD, MSLIS, The Tech Static

"This book is a practical, quick moving tutorial based on real life, and real-world GUI applications. "
--Douglas Vos, Vos Virtual Network