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Automation Test data – Creation and Cleaning

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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Calculating Automation’s ROI

By | May 17th, 2018|

Is it just a number game in terms of man hours?

Mostly that’s how these ‘savings’ are calculated

The reality is quite different IMHO

Equating man hours to execution time by a machine is not accurate

The way a person would test is a lot […]

Evolution in software and changing automation landscape

By | May 16th, 2018|

A segment from the talk with Jim Hazen:

Many times we stumble upon a problem and think, hmm seems no one ever had this before

Especially with automation, we probably have reinvented the wheel quite a few times

Going through the entire history of […]

Best practices for logging automation results

By | May 15th, 2018|

Here’s what I have learned over the years:

Firstly the test log is not for automation folks only,

Primarily for the whole product team to consume

Plus automation folks would like to help it in their debugging also

Keeping thwese audiences in mind, following should […]

How much documentation is enough?

By | May 14th, 2018|

From waterfall style having extensive documentation for each SDLC phase till the Extreme programming / SCRUM with very basics like user stories

I must add here, when teams say we’re going ‘Agile’, so don’t need anything except for user stories, that does […]

Starting an automation project

By | May 13th, 2018|

Make sure to follow the “Pillars of Automation Framework Design”

Unfortunately most teams start with UI automation

Which is the toughest and has the lowest return

Nonetheless it is important, so best to do it right

The 4 Pillars are:

  • Maintainability
  • Reusability
  • Scalability
  • Robustness

Description of […]

Our most important asset?

By | May 12th, 2018|

It’s one which is most scarce – TIME – and the successful know that

It cannot be created or borrowed

Every person has 24 hours, and once they pass, they will NEVER RETURN

The trick is utilize your time in the best possible place […]

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