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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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For multiple products (with different teams) creating one huge solution,
How would you structure the automation framework? Here are few options:
Solution 1 – Separate frameworks for all products
Solution 2 – One framework for all products across the same automation type
Solution 3 – […]
The importance of leadership and believe in their vision
A lesson I was reminded of in the orientation today
In a presentation we went through the history of Dubai and achievements of the Emirates Airline
Born and raised in the Emirates, listening about it’s […]
Everyone feels it is necessary for testers and developers to collaborate,
But then why don’t we see them do it most of the time?
Off course there is no one answer to this.
Over the years I’ve seen many reasons, […]
Here are a few factors I would consider:
– Community support: much more for Java
Automation tool selection can be a big problem,
Here are a few fundamentals I try to stick to:
1. Goals of the project
– Be crystal clear on what you want to accomplish with the project
– While most automation projects might have similar end […]
“How long before you typically ‘hand over’ automation”,
While THE question might be valid in certain circumstance, it completely misses the spirit.
Automation can NEVER be ‘handed over’ and be done with it (unfortunately),
Simply because as your application evolves, so should your testing, […]