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In developing an automation framework, there are many important aspects to research and designed carefully to get the right results. Logging script execution results is usually taken for granted and the default reporting mechanism [...]
The product had been tested for years now by the testing team doing exploratory tests, and writing test cases for important areas. The application size increased day by day eventually reaching to more than [...]
Managing an automation project is overlooked at times, I feel perhaps, owing to the technicality of it, undermining some essential fundamentals is a mistake all to common. @Katrina shared a beautiful presentation titled Automation and Management at the #AutomationGuild conference [...]
After deciding what to automate, we move on to looking for what tools to use. With each passing day, this becomes a more complex decision to make. The application’s technology stack becomes more complex, the [...]
An important factor in automation framework design is managing your test data. Mismanaged test data for complex applications, for instance an ERP, could make life miserable. When I started automating an ERP product, my [...]
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What goes in the user story and the feature file?
Feature file: behavior of the feature described in ‘simple language’ (called gherkin)
This is what I use to help distinguish:
User stories define the ‘what’ of the feature to implement
And the feature file explains […]
Jenkins – A Continuous Integration tool – move from code build to running checks to deployment
Pipeline – A process in introduced in Jenkins v2.0 to schedule tasks one after the other
Groovy – A n Object oriented language built for the Java […]
Can your brain focus on multiple things at the same time?
In the information economy the people to thrive are who invent
The terms knowledge worker(Peter drucker) and smart creatives (google founders) are common
Yet how much of our time do we spend on […]
Is there any tool that can go well to the last mile? I think not..
After all software products are developed using many frameworks right?
I feel the biggest challenge tools face these days are integrations
Firstly – the automation pyramid right – test […]
Use tools which provide a resultant benefit – Need of the hour for automation folks
After every few months a new shiny tool comes along demanding our attention
In a frenzy of not to be left behind in the ‘next big thing’ everyone […]
How was it born and what concepts were adopted from the start?
From my study seems we took a lot from TQM
Which I feel might have worked then, but not applicable today
I find hardly any synergies between software and physical products quality […]