Nikoleta Roganovic-Arapovic by Nikoleta Roganovic-Arapovic

How to Avoid False Results in Test Automation

When automated testing retrieves inconsistent results for no apparent reason, then we know we are dealing with false results in test automation. In case of a failed test, further analysis will be required causing a great waste of time working on a...

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by Amir Ghahrai

Test Automation Strategy for Your Agile Project

In this article, I'll list down the key points to consider when starting to plan your test automation strategy for your agile project in order to get the most out of your test automation endeavor! Executive Summary Automated testing is a core activity...

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Seretta Gamba by Seretta Gamba

Surprising Lessons from a Junior Software Engineer

We've all been there, starting our software testing career as a junior software engineer. I will start this article by quoting “If you don't make mistakes, you're not working on hard enough problems. And that's a big mistake.” - F.wikzek....

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by Rogerio da Silva

Software Testing Interview Questions

Are you preparing for a software testing job interview and want to know what to expect? First, improve your chances by getting updated on the world’s most desirable test automation skills. After crossing that from your list, here are the top 20...

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Alan Richardson by Alan Richardson

Stop Finding Simple Bugs. Use Automated Validation Tools Early.

Recently, I realized that I wasn’t taking advantage of as many automated validation tools as I could be. Hopefully, after reading this post you will question whether you are incorporating enough automated validation tools in your testing process. The...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

How to Use Selenium with Ruby (Part 1)

Ruby is a well-known object oriented programming language specifically made for developing client environments. In 2004, a framework named RoR or ‘Ruby on Rails’ was developed for this language which ignited Ruby’s success in the applications...

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