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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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Here are a few factors I would consider:
– Community support: much more for Java
Automation tool selection can be a big problem,
Here are a few fundamentals I try to stick to:
1. Goals of the project
– Be crystal clear on what you want to accomplish with the project
– While most automation projects might have similar end […]
“How long before you typically ‘hand over’ automation”,
While THE question might be valid in certain circumstance, it completely misses the spirit.
Automation can NEVER be ‘handed over’ and be done with it (unfortunately),
Simply because as your application evolves, so should your testing, […]
Building a test arsenal is THE MOST important aspect of automation,
Yes, that’s right for automation, because the automated scripts are as good as WHAT they are ‘checking’..
Often the focus shifts from inadequate testing practices to directly building automation,
While investing in automation […]
A lot of candidates have a hard time finding jobs,
And employers have a hard time finding good employees too, here’s my thought on that..
Employers are looking for a very long (and many times invalid) set of skills, giving what’s really important […]
First, what are status codes?
For each HTTP request, there is an HTTP response generated.
There are some standard ‘status codes’ indicating if the server understood the request.
Common ones are 200 (Ok), 404 (Page not found), 500 (Internal server error) and so on.