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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 [...]
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I was asked a very interesting question today, ‘what is your management style?’
While I could go the leadership route, there is something else also equally valuable..
Each person is knowingly (or unknowingly) working towards some goal.
It’s like every object on earth is […]
The importance of encapsulation / wrapper layer
A question I asked the participants in last week’s training:
Usually encapsulation is understood as a way to hide the implementation details.
While that is true, there are a lot of other great benefits as well.
I learned […]
Discussed a lot of topics including ‘Advanced Selenium’ locators today
And here are a few tips I gave the class:
– I always try to find a parent for the area of the page I want to use,
– Then within that area […]
What most automation trainings are missing?
Explaining the fundamentals, and that’s where I like to start..
Starting with installing the tool is not a great way
With automation the ‘why’ is far more important than the how
Automation done well is time intensive and requires […]
“The smallest good deed is better than the grandest intention.” John Burroughs
Don’t shy away from spreading knowledge (more in the video – Testing Heroes)
I know how hard it can be to create content in your spare time
After a 9 – 5, […]
“Web automation training” and pseudo code – The missing piece of the puzzle
From an automation training session I was conducting last week..
In most automation trainings the course content starts directly from installing the software
While setting up selenium surely is a basic […]