Beyond Record and Playback

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The Behind-the-Scenes View of Web Test Automation
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Summary:

The PADDIS methodology is not just theory. It's based on actual, hands-on experiences in automating Web site testing at UPS in which both success and failure was experienced. Through it all, the PADDIS methodology has been refined, enhanced, and simplified. If the PADDIS methodology is used for test automation, rather than an ad hoc, chaotic process, your QA department will be able to truly "do more with less."

The PADDIS methodology is not just theory. It's based on actual, hands-on experiences in automating Web site testing at UPS in which both success and failure was experienced. Through it all, the PADDIS methodology has been refined, enhanced, and simplified. If the PADDIS methodology is used for test automation, rather than an ad hoc, chaotic process, your QA department will be able to truly "do more with less."

About the author

Michael Prisby's picture Michael Prisby

Michael Prisby has ten years of experience in the Information Technology realm, specializing in Quality Assurance and Test Automation. He has a Master of Science degree in Computer Information Systems, and is the current Associate Department Chair for the Information Technology Department at the University of Phoenix, Maryland campus.

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