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I recently explored TestProject
And here’s my experience:
Every tool focuses to solve certain problems in automation
While the scope can be wider, most tools have a specific few problems they are really focusing on
With TestProject, a platform for developing automation scripts, one problem […]
The foundation of relationships
In some industries measuring success is very easy
The ‘work done’ is quantifiable, which makes managing the job easier
In other cases, like the software industry, most of the work we (are supposed to) do is intellectual
Quantifying the ‘work […]
An automation framework analogy
Thanks to Ryan Bedino for reminding a slide a prepared 4 years ago
If we give the analogy of a car, Selenium WebDriver would be the engine
An engine alone does not do the job,
You need a lot of other […]
The law of reciprocity and office relationships
Here’s what I have learned:
Sometimes office relationships can be tricky to deal with
But mostly they become as tricky ‘as you make them’
At one point in my career I had to make a decision,
Should I keep […]
Browser automation vs Automation in test (Test Automation)
What is the difference?
In many cases folks assume both are the same, wherein the real problem lies.
Automation of tests can be done in MANY different ways,
One of them being ‘browser automation’.
On those same lines, […]
Explaining structure of a program
Here’s an analogy I like to use in training:
Software programs are grouped in different layers to give them structure
It also makes them easy to maintain, port to other platforms and many other benefits
An analogy I give is […]