Automation

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STARWEST Testing Mobile Testing: Where to Start Your Journey
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Your company has decided to move into the 21st century and is developing a shiny new mobile app. But you don’t know where to start. How many devices do you need to test? Can you take existing tests and modify them? How do you account for conditions such as loss of connectivity, a virtual...

Bambi Rands
STARWEST Testing Machine Learning: Will It Take Over Testing?
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Machine learning (ML), a branch of artificial intelligence, is gaining widespread adoption and interest on software development projects. Paul Merrill says that ML isn't typical programming. Algorithms can be changed and checked for accuracy at runtime to “learn” from data. Some companies...

Paul Merrill
STARWEST Testing Test Cases Are Dead, Long Live Checklists
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For testers, creating tests is critical for a healthy testing process, so it is painful to see how boring writing test cases can be. In classical approaches, test cases are overcrowded with words—mostly project information that everyone already knows. What test cases don’t have is...

Ömürden Cengiz
STARWEST Testing Use Model-Based Testing to Navigate the Software Forest
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Even seemingly simple software systems can be a dense forest of intersecting logical pathways which may leave you wondering if your testing was robust enough. Traditional test cases are flawed since they only execute the pathways the tester considered at the time the test case was written...

Jon Fetrow
STARWEST Testing The Software Testing Pyramid: A Concrete Example
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Mike Cohn’s Test Pyramid describes a test automation strategy consisting of a wide base of unit tests, service-oriented acceptance tests for business logic, and a thin layer of tests exercising the user interface. Tests that provide the quickest feedback and fault precision serve as the...

Jim Weaver
STARWEST Testing Social Skills: The Softer Side of Software Testing
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Communication breakdowns are a primary cause of IT project failure. Marcia Buzzella believes increasing the success rate of IT projects across waterfall, Agile, and DevOps methods requires a balance of social (soft) and technical (hard) capabilities to improve team performance.

Marcia Buzzella
STARWEST Testing Use Automation to Assist—Not Replace—Manual Testing
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Automation is a powerful tool to help testing but too often it is used to replicate existing manual tests. This leads organizations to spend large amounts of time and money constantly updating flaky automated tests and test teams to suffer frustration from having to focus on activities...

Jeffrey Martin
Agile DevOps Scaling Automated Tests: Choosing an Appropriate Subset
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Automated testing of an application with many dependent services can be challenging. Achieving continuous deployment across these services can be even more so. Managing, coordinating, and scaling deployments of services can become overwhelming and error prone over time. 

Manoj Pahuja
Agile DevOps Mobile Testing: Challenges and Solutions
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Now that we’ve gotten beyond the initial shock and prevalence of mobile applications, we’ve come to realize that it’s not just about making apps work. In chasing the mobile market, we often don’t really understand or choose to ignore the differences in the mobile platform when...

Philip Lew
Agile DevOps Include Automated Testing in Your Definition of Done
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Even though most teams appreciate the benefits of test automation, it is commonly viewed as too time-consuming to be included as part of an agile sprint. This results in automation being done in isolation, typically months after the user story has been completed. This can lead to several...

Angie Jones

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