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Did you know Jenkins is written in Java

By | March 14th, 2018|

And is therefore very easy to install, configure and backup..

Java being platform independent, makes running Jenkins a lot easier

However some folks do get stuck setting up Java the first time

Installing the JDK (Java Development Kit) can turn into a painful process

An […]

Redefining Software Quality – Technological advancement

By | March 13th, 2018|

Am I the only one to feel the word ‘tester’ is synonymous to ‘being non-technical’?

Many testers are just basic users of technology

And feel no obligation in learning the magic happening behind the scene

Testing software is not like quality control for flip […]

Automation tool selection

By | March 12th, 2018|

Follow the ‘decision making process’

One of the most valuable things I learned in my MBA – ‘The decision making criteria’

This is a real short synopsis which might make no sense right now, I’ll write something in detail later on

1. Identify goals […]

Should Automation find bugs?

By | March 11th, 2018|

“Automation is not finding bugs” a question I got,

My answer – “Is automation supposed to capture bugs?”

“I speak clearly, I think clearly” Michael Bolton..

Since often we call it Test Automation, the assumption is this ‘testing’ should report bugs

In reality automation is […]

Don’t carry forward leaves next year

By | March 10th, 2018|

A manager’s comments to a team member – I happen to agree with

I usually keep leaves till the very end for a rainy day

And mostly would end up having quite a few unused leaves

To be honest I avoided any time off […]

Want to start learning Automation?

By | March 9th, 2018|

The first step is NOT installing Selenium – IMHO

Learning Selenium with Java is not all there is about automation (nor the best place to start)

Importantly, what you might be looking for is ‘to be technical’

And learning programming with Java and TestNG […]

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