Category: Software Testing

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The Hermit of the Spring

Lessons for both sides of the story. Has this ever happened to you?

Software Testing Tackle Box

Testing is Like Fishing

The longer I do it, the more I realize that testing software is a lot like fishing. Now I’m no expert on fishing, but I do know some things about fish: different species of fish like certain kinds of bait some fish live only in certain areas fish have a lifespan and will only be available at…
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What If Your Testers Could Automate?

For every software company, there comes a time where the testing team won’t be able to move any faster. There’s only so much testing that can happen and still hit reasonable deadlines. That same company will usually solve this with test automation. Either they’ll hire one or more automation engineers, or buy an external tool.…
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Yes, Write Frameworks from Scratch

So I saw a LinkedIn post the other day saying “Please stop writing frameworks from scratch”. It ended up being a product plug for yet another tool claiming to do everything needed for test automation. I get why this tool, and dozens of others, keep coming out. I’m sure a lot of it is because…
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Dashboard or Automated Test?

If you just want to see what’s going on, do you need to automate a test for that? Nope! Try a dashboard instead.

Arch DevOps Coder on a Mac

We’re Not Paid to Code

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