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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 [...]
As soon as you mention an automation framework, one would find people start talking about Selenium, TestNG so on and so forth. I classify the automation project’s architecture designed by the automation team as a [...]
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Jenkins benefits even if you are not using a CI process,
Having the collective results in one place has a lot of advantages
Can get results from different tools (might be using separate ones for UI, API and unit level) in one place
Evolution in automation didn’t start just few years ago.
It’s been around for decades and here’s a crude synopsis:
> 1980’s: computers found their way into businesses.
> 1985: First wave of automation tools started.
> 1990’s – Advent of GUI bases OS like Windows […]
Automation ROI calculation
It’s not about calculating man hours saved
While automation has a lot of benefits,
Equating time spent by a tester to a machine running the test is not accurate.
Most people (including myself in the past) calculate automation ROI by man hours […]
How to learn API automation?
I’d follow the following steps:
Don’t start with instaling an API automation tool
Do NOT START with installing an API automation tool, learn what are API’s first then think about tools.
Understanding how APIs / the HTTP request / response […]
Configurability and complexity go hand in hand
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 […]