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Where and Why we Automate

blog.gurock.com – I see more test automation projects that start and then are later abandoned, than started and subsequently celebrated for what they contribute to a software project. This generally starts with a complaint that it takes the QA group too long to perform regression testing. Managers demand test automation, and testers have a knee jerk reaction and begin building tests using WebDriver. Inevitably, these WebDriver tests still take too long and are so unstable that the staffing cost is higher than the team performing regressions testing without automation. In my experience, software professionals ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Simon Knight @ 2018-01-03 11:00

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