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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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Thanks to Thomas J McCabe for proving this concept
I have to say, over time things do get streamlines when layers upon layers of abstraction are added
But while developing a product, or automation framework, the more […]
Want to learn or hire for automation?
“To be technical or not to be, that is the question”..
While speaking at a conference I tried to outline the journey of a tester
While there were a lot of lessons to learn, the premise was […]
DevOps and Tenacity
Here’s the relationship..
The differential between the good and the great is Tenacity
The great know to hashtag#NeverBackDown / hashtag#NeverGiveIn, and that’s what makes them great
Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm (Winston Churchil)
In delivering software […]
I’m often asked how to learn automation
On of the most important skill is programming..
Firstly, often times this subject is not approached the right way
Folks attempt at ‘codeless’ or ‘keyword based’ automation at first
IMHO, while it might work for a finite scope […]
“AutoMagic” – Jim Hazen
Here’s what it means:
The assumption of automation being a silver bullet to solve all testing problems
Depicting the thought process of automation somehow ‘magically’ doing all the testing we have toBy following some simple steps (record and playback) and […]