In the past, in order to be a viable contributor in the world of Quality Assurance, all you had to know was enough about computers to run an application and how to collect test results. Today, as test automation becomes a more critical aspect of the QA landscape,...Read More
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When done properly, testing automation can be a highly effective productivity booster, and a quality enhancer for your product pipeline or system development projects. But it can be difficult to apply best practices when a team is just starting this...Read More
There’s something attractive about joining and building a startup. The startup world is filled with stories of unicorns and big exits. However, long nights, challenges, and failures are unavoidable. I had co-founded my own startup after college and was part of...Read More
There are a core set of questions any developer or tester asks when evaluating a new tool. What does it do? How does it help save me time or improve the quality of my product? And assuming the answer to those questions is of interest, How do I integrate it into...Read More
I saw the transformation happen right before my very eyes. A few years back, around 2008, I was working at a commercial website that had about a hundred and twenty people in the IT Department. Of those one hundred and twenty, ten to fifteen were UI testers. Their...Read More
Test automation can automate some repetitive, but necessary tasks. But if you're not careful, you can quickly fall into the rabbit hole of chasing failing tests and lose sight of the equally necessary exploratory questions: “Can our users easily complete the user...Read More