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  • Automated Mindset

    Automated Mindset A part of my fascinating role in Testim.io is arriving at our customer's headquarters and helping them achieve their automation goals. This type of Solution Architecture is truly challenging and interesting because there is no "One size fit all approach" and each company has its own unique challenges, agenda, mindset, and skillset.There are many difficulties in implementing test automation, one of which is changing your mindset from manual testing to automation-oriented perception.One of the first things I tell everyone I meet is "before a single line of code is written, stop! take a piece of paper and a pen and list down your goals. Plan as detailed as you can what it should be like".I noticed by talking to testers, that it is very difficult for some of them to detach themselves from what they are used to perform manually and try to think about automated tests from a different point of view.One of the biggest common mistakes is attempting to automate every manual test case you have ever written. Besides the fact that I see no value in planning, authoring, and maintaining thousands of "Backlog tests", such quantity and approach often lead to "Throwing away" or quarantining a significant part of the tests and is just not a correct way to design what should be automated.I recently had a chance to sit down with a few testers and let them show me what they plan to automate. One of the things I wanted to get to their attention is[…]

    16.07.2019 | 6:21 קרא עוד...
  • Do what works with what you’ve got

    Do you have an infinite amount of time and money at your disposal?I don’t. Never had. Yet, I still tend to dream of an ideal world for my professional work as a software tester.In my vision, our profession, software testing, is respected. We’d be the rock starts of development and we’d always get to work our magic early and enough. Wouldn’t it be wonderful?Now I percieve a problem there. In my mind, I live with ideals while the reality is very different. Deadlines hammer on and all resorces from time to money come scarce.…The problem that I see and feel is the gap between my ideals and the reality.It’s something that Einstein said long ago that finally put my mind at rest.A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.The way to mastery is not to look at the gap of problems beween ideals and reality. It’s not to complain in an attempt to change the world.The world won’t ask for your consent anyways, so there isn’t much more to do. It instantly becomes easier to breathe when you accept the world as it already is.Look for what is. Then do what works with what you’ve got.

    16.07.2019 | 5:51 קרא עוד...
  • If I could change one thing in the Agile Manifesto…

    I recently attended an Agile workshop for new joiners at my company, where as part of the workshop, the agile manifesto and principles were presented. For those of you that haven’t seen the manifesto in a while, here they are: The manifesto seems to have stood the test of time. I’ve not seen any edits […]

    16.07.2019 | 3:50 קרא עוד...

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