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By Technological excellence – Testing software from the inside out
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We learn, research and teach these values and look forward to collaborate with you on them.
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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 [...]
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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