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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. [...]
In the previous article a brief history, main features and a very basic control flow was discussed. Moving on I’d like to go over some important points while installing Jenkins and running it the [...]
Most testers must have heard about Jenkins, and an increasing number of people are using or looking to use it in their automation and continuous integration efforts. The popularity of Jenkins is unquestionable and [...]
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There are some ‘dumb’ routine tasks we have to do as a tester
Not all of them require a signifanct amount of intelligence and can be done automatically
And I’m not talking about checking as in testing something, rather activities other than actual […]
For sure it does NOT save cost upfront at least..
Implementing a DevOps culture and integrating Continuous testing in that will take some effort
A cultural shift will be needed and breaking down of dev / QA silos
Now to the benefits, most importantly […]
Is it just a number game in terms of man hours?
Mostly that’s how these ‘savings’ are calculated
The reality is quite different IMHO
Equating man hours to execution time by a machine is not accurate
The way a person would test is a lot […]
A segment from the talk with Jim Hazen:
Many times we stumble upon a problem and think, hmm seems no one ever had this before
Especially with automation, we probably have reinvented the wheel quite a few times
Going through the entire history of […]
Here’s what I have learned over the years:
Firstly the test log is not for automation folks only,
Primarily for the whole product team to consume
Plus automation folks would like to help it in their debugging also
Keeping thwese audiences in mind, following should […]