I did my first testing in 1996, when – because I was available – I was volunteered to take on UAT for a call centre management system. For some reason, testing didn’t stick first time around. Someone must have been trying to tell me something though; a couple of years later I got a sideways move into a system testing role. This time, I got “the bug." Since then I’ve been a tester, automator, test manager, and software testing consultant. Testing is my passion, and this blog a place to share it.
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Models of Automation
Featuring Iain McCowatt
Much of the testing world sees test automation through a common lens, a common mental model. This is the paradigm of the assembly line robot: deterministic, mechanical actions repeated time and again. Whilst this model may have its uses, as with all models, it also has its failings: ways in which...google-analytics tools testing automated-testing