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Any ideas why ‘MOST’ UI scripts are flaky..
Inherently UI automation is flaky, I’ll give you that.
Lots of moving parts and rapid pace of change
However the major reason is not that, it’s going in without learning and planning
UI automation can be very […]
Any different from dev teams?
Automation is pretty much like developing software
And should ‘EXACLTY’ be treated like a dev project
Therefore shouldn’t be much of a difference, also having synergies with dev is a good idea
Especially if they are have a decent SCM […]
Is a response within 24 hours acceptable?
It used to be a response within 24 hours is good enough to any email
With the rise of social media platforms and instant messaging, it is expected to be responsive all the time
Some people pride […]
And it happens to be your old nemesis?
Around me I see people starting programming the wrong way
They start with a lot of new things to learn the same time
Complex IDEs, complex languages, configurations, advanced concepts..
Handling all these things the same time […]
A question from the Automation Guild 2018
Install selenium and write tests for all screens – NO!
That can be a start, but not the plan on how to approach this
Not everything can be assessed completely sitting at the client side
Also, automating scenarios […]