The success of Automation is often correlated to its ROI. Here are 5 KPIs that we find universally applicable when it comes to quanitfying your Test Automation.
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This article was developed from concepts in the book Global Software Test Automation: A Discussion of Software Testing for Executives, by Hung Q. Nguyen, Michael Hacket and Brent K. Whitlock Introduction The top 5 pitfalls encountered by managers employing software Test Automation are: Uncertainty and lack of control Poor scalability and maintainability Low Test Automation ...
I’ve been teaching a lot lately, was in India for one week, and I’m off to Seattle in two weeks to teach on performance topics. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, it allows me to stay sharp with current trends, and provides a nice break from the “implementation focus” that I generally have day to day.
Test execution and utility tools that can make your job easier My first exposure to the necessity for testers to have an array of tools was from the groundbreaking article “Scripts on my Toolbelt” by Danny Faught. Danny laid out the ideal approach to any testing job, and it got me thinking “How can I ...
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Introduction A common issue that I come across in projects is the relationship between test automation and programming. In this article I want to highlight some of the differences that I feel exist between the two.
Recently while teaching a workshop on Testing Dirty Systems, I uttered this “Randyism” off the top of my head, “Test automation is not automatic.” I realized immediately that I had just concisely stated the problem in making test automation a reality in many organizations. Most testers know that test automation is not automatic. (Wouldn’t it be great?) However, ...
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Test automation can provide great benefits to the software testing process and improve the quality of the results…. but its use must be justified and its methods effective. The reasons to automate software testing lie in the pitfalls of manual software testing… As we all know too well, the average manual software testing program:
Introduction As a consultant and trainer, I am often asked by my clients and students how to deal with automated acceptance tests. One common question is whether automated acceptance tests should use the graphical user interface (GUI) provided by the application.
Are you familiar with Anti-Patterns? Are you unsure of how to avoid them? This infographic breaks down 8 different Anti-Patterns to watch for, how to fix them, and ways to avoid them. Get TestArchitect Team Free
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