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wo weeks ago I went to the Test Leadership Congress conference in NYC, absolutely loved the content and speakers. It was at a very opportune time while we were working on IT transformation and [...]
Just like products across different industries are not the same, similarly software products are not the same either. While I used to understand that difference, but perhaps did not appreciate how different they can [...]
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Anyone who has written automation scripts has faced flakiness, and we all hate it to our bone.
But everyone defines a flaky test a bit differently..
For me, a flaky test definition could be “a test running multiple times under […]
Mostly when companies talk about transforming, automation come up as the most hot topic.
While that certainly is important, without your quality strategy & foundations it’s not going to work.
Immediately people start running towards buzz words and new shiny […]
Ever been in a working environment with a lot of processes?
While I agree ‘some’ of them are needed, but mostly they become shackles and hamper progress.
It’s a fine line sometimes to make a process which is effective and […]
I hate when testers doing exploratory testing don’t look at automation run results…
This mentality of us vs them among Automation engineers vs Exploratory testers has to go
And I wouldn’t blame testers only for this, when management feels automation […]
Testing in big data area has typical challenges,
A big factor is quality of data ingested.
The analysis results has a heavy dependency on the ‘quality’ of data ingested (obviously),
What often happens is inconsistency across the data from down-stream sources, missed records, missing […]
Have you ever calculated Automation Regression Percentage?
I think it’s one of the most misused metric. Mostly used to show ‘cost savings’ on pretty graphs.
Here’s how to use the metric get some actual value: