Jim Hazen by Jim Hazen

First Steps to Automation in Testing

A few years ago a colleague of mine said to me, "You've got some excellent material in your presentations. Have you ever thought about writing a book?". At first I didn't take the suggestion seriously, but later on, while readying another talk for a...

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by Kristin Jackvony

The Positive Outcomes of Negative Testing

As software testers and automation engineers, we often think about the "Happy Path"- the path that the user will most likely take when they are using our application.  When we write our automated UI tests, we want to make sure that we are automating...

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by Daniel Knott

5 Tips To Improve Your Mobile Testing Skills

The overall quality should always have the highest priority on every software product. This is especially the case for mobile products, since mobile customers have much higher expectations of the software running on their personal devices. To keep up with...

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Karen Teboulle by Karen Teboulle

Test Automation Challenge – Share Your Superpowers!

A test automation challenge that will enable you to share your superpowers with the entire automation community!   What’s the challenge? This 15-minute test automation challenge is all about combining API and UI tests for better coverage and...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

The Bugs Are Already Here! – The Testing Pyramid & Game of...

Spoilers are coming! Please be advised that this blog post will include details of major events that take place in season 8 episode 3 of Game of Thrones. This weeks episode of Game of Thrones saw the long awaited Battle of Winterfell. This was easily the...

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Karen Teboulle by Karen Teboulle

Create Recorded Tests with TestProject (No Coding Skills Required!)

The opinion on "record and playback" is diverse, and there are some in the test automation community that don’t find recorded tests to be as beneficial as coded tests. However, if utilized while incorporating best practice to enhance the automated test...

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Nir Tal by Nir Tal

How to Stabilize Your Automation using Telnet, Java and PowerShell

In this article, I will demonstrate the use of a custom Telnet function that I have created as a precondition to running our E2E testing. The function uses a Java API that interacts with PowerShell console named jPowerShell. The Problem Some systems...

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Shai Glatshtein by Shai Glatshtein

Export Recorded iOS, Android and Web Tests to Java with TestProject

The term "record and playback" gets a lot of bad rep in the test automation community and some don't find it to be as beneficial as coded tests. However, I find such tools to be of great advantage, especially if used in a smart way while utilizing best...

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Petri Kainulainen by Petri Kainulainen

Write Dockerized End-to-End Tests With JUnit 5 and Selenium WebDriver

It’s hard to configure the environment that is required to run end-to-end tests which use Selenium WebDriver. The problem is that every computer that runs our end-to-end tests must have a desktop environment and we must install the used web browsers on...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

7 Reasons to Skip Tests

A brilliant article by Piet Van Zoen was recently published which discussed reasons not to skip tests. In this article I'm going to discuss reasons why we might need to do the opposite.  To clarify, I do not think we should be skipping tests. I strongly...

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