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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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– There is more than enough money and resources to go around, we’ve trained ourselves to believe in scarcity and spend our whole lives chasing it.
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a – Money
b – Time
c – Freedom
d – Not mentioned here..
Here are some clues:
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Since testing cannot be automated, therefore no need to learn automation.
While the first half is true, the conclusion is not..
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