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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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Few things you should know before going in:
Legacy products need a different approach than most modern tech stack applications
The automation framework has to deal with the various legacy platforms used
This means compatibility with those languages, platforms is essential
In some cases it […]
Angular 4 + Spring Boots + SQL..
Configuring an ERP can be VERY problematic
Getting settings the exact way a client has can be tough
There are other ways to do that (e.g. use dockerized environments) but there is the old fashion way too
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 […]
I think you should have the capability
An argument for not using a multiple tools is “Too many cooks spoil the broth”
While this was more valid years ago, now most vendors know there is an inevitable need for integrations
Automation used to be […]
Did you know you can parameterize your jobs?
Especially helpful for automation
You can parameterize things like the app version / browser / DB / automation framework parameters from within Jenkins
Scheduled job runs will have default values selected every time they run
For manual […]
In the start I thought just to reduce cost, here’s what I’ve learned till now:
– Yes some folks still think to reduce cost; <False> Automation only increases the testing cost
– Substitute testers; <False> Automation cannot substitute tests done by a person