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What Flaky Tests Can Tell You

Flaky tests pass or fail unexpectedly for reasons that appear random. It can be easy to use flaky tests to discredit automated end-to-end testing, but they also can tell you things—about both the application and your team dynamic. Josh Grant gives some technical and human examples of times flaky tests helped his testing efforts.

Josh Grant's picture Josh Grant
The Politics of Accessibility Testing

Web accessibility is often spoken about in terms of design, programming challenges, frameworks, and technical solutions, but there are also personal difficulties for the people involved. This article addresses some of the cases of initial resistance and provides a few practical ideas on how to minimize the challenges.

Albert Gareev's picture Albert Gareev
Less Is More: Picking Your Test Automation Language

It's a classic dispute: Two test automation engineers can't agree on which programming language to use. In some contexts the strong points of a certain language definitively make it the right choice, but what do you do when either language could work well for a project? That's when it becomes a managerial decision.

Michael Stahl's picture Michael Stahl
The Impact of Quality-Driven Development

When the development and QA teams work independently of each other, there can be some duplication of test efforts—which results in wasted time. The solution: quality-driven development, with QA-implemented automation run in the development environment. This is the story of one team's venture into this new process.

Praveena Ramakrishnan's picture Praveena Ramakrishnan

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