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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 [...]
The Automation Guild 2018 conference this year was a nice event, people from around the world coming together to learn and improve their automation efforts. I had the opportunity to be part of the [...]
Legacy products usually have some common themes around them. Typically older technology stacks along with ‘not so efficient’ processes as well. Among the many legacy teams I’ve known, I see this pattern clearly and [...]
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For my tester friends out there struggling and not seeing results, be it learning automation, learning technology or whatever
“Trust the process” – @John Somnez
The results are not up to us. All we have to think about is the little decisions we […]
Parameterizing Jenkins jobs
If you’re not doing it, or having problems with it read on.
Design every piece of code in or around your automation framework keeping maintainability, reusability, scalability and robustness in mind (Pillars of framework design)
In that spirit your Jenkins job […]
Problem checking connection to your Database?
I recently learned this trick using Universal Data Link files
There are many methods out there, sometimes could be confusing
For windows users I stumbled upon this neat trick:
– Create a new file with the extension “*.UDL”
– Open […]
How to learn automation?
The biggest problem with this question is, it’s not the right question to ask!
We perceive a tester’s career progresses by starting with ‘manual testing’ to ‘automation’ to ‘management’
I don’t think that’s an accurate picture
Mostly we start of in […]
Running tests in Parallel?
It’s not just about what tool to use
1. Why do you need parallel execution?
To reduce execution time yes, but are all the tests running needed? Or can they be executed at different stages of the SDLC instead of […]