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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 [...]
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Want to learn or hire for automation?
“To be technical or not to be, that is the question”..
While speaking at a conference I tried to outline the journey of a tester
While there were a lot of lessons to learn, the premise was […]
DevOps and Tenacity
Here’s the relationship..
The differential between the good and the great is Tenacity
The great know to hashtag#NeverBackDown / hashtag#NeverGiveIn, and that’s what makes them great
Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm (Winston Churchil)
In delivering software […]
I’m often asked how to learn automation
On of the most important skill is programming..
Firstly, often times this subject is not approached the right way
Folks attempt at ‘codeless’ or ‘keyword based’ automation at first
IMHO, while it might work for a finite scope […]
“AutoMagic” – Jim Hazen
Here’s what it means:
The assumption of automation being a silver bullet to solve all testing problems
Depicting the thought process of automation somehow ‘magically’ doing all the testing we have toBy following some simple steps (record and playback) and […]
Deleting a batch run result for a Jenkins job
Why would you want to do it and how..
I must mention first there is a ton of value in using Jenkins,
It’s not only easier to run, use and share results, but also can […]
Often folks start learning the semantics and forget the concept
The same goes with learning Jenkins, so here’s the ‘concept’:
There used to be so many steps to deploy a product (ask someone who has been in a release manager kind of role)