In the first two installments of this webinar series, we looked at models based on the test automation pyramid, models based on the agile testing quadrants, and other shapes of visual models (even an iceberg!) to help identify risks and goals and help your team formulate a test automation strategy.
In Part 3, you’ll learn guidelines for implementing your strategy, using a simple approach of running small experiments, then learning and adapting.
- Building the necessary skills
- Guidelines for choosing test automation tools
- Managing your automated tests
- Fitting automated test suites into your build pipeline
Watch the webinar below!
Check out the slides here.
Resources for more learning:
- “Modeling your test automation strategy”, parts 1 and 2, https://www.mabl.com/blog/modeling-your-test-automation-strategy-webinar, https://www.mabl.com/blog/modeling-your-test-automation-strategy-webinar-2
- “Test automation: Five questions leading to five heuristics”, Joep Shuurkes, https://testingcurve.wordpress.com/2015/03/24/test-automation-five-questions-leading-to-five-heuristics/
- “Powerful test automation practices”, parts 1 and 2, Lisa Crispin and Steve Vance, https://www.mabl.com/blog/powerful-test-automation-practices-pt-1, https://www.mabl.com/blog/powerful-test-automation-practices-pt-2
- “Test Suite Design”, Ashley Hunsberger, https://github.com/ahunsberger/testSuiteDesign
- Accelerate: The Science of Lean and DevOps, Nicole Forsgren et al, https://itrevolution.com/book/accelerate/
- Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams, and More Agile Testing: Learning Journeys for the Whole Team, Lisa Crispin and Janet Gregory, https://agiletester.ca
- “Analyzing automated test failures”, https://www.mabl.com/blog/lisa-webinar-analyzing-automated-ui-test-failures
- Strong-Style Pair Programming and Mob Programming Guidebook by Maaret Pyhäjärvi, https://leanpub.com/u/maaretp