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This one time, when we spent months finding the root cause of an alert problem, Turned out windows 7 on a VM running chrome ran a bit wonky, It was so cool we wasted months on such a silly issue. But you know, [...]
Debugging is something generally people don’t like. Particularly problems spanning over days and sucking out all brain power. In a previous article I discussed how to avoid problems from emerging in your UI automation [...]
How much time would you guess an average programmer spends on debugging code? The few studies I’ve looked at estimate around 50% of the time. This is a great insight to improve one’s efficiency. [...]
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IME, folks starting on the wrong foot struggle for a very long time
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Angular 4 + Spring Boots + SQL, (and oh my it is so much fun!)
It could have been done with using a front interface like Jenkins
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Deciding what to automate – part 1
Find out what to test first..
Often the discussion about what to automate ends with ‘let’s automate everything’…
Around a year into it the team realizes we might never be able to automate everything
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