The "A" Word. Under the Covers of Test Automation

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  • 58 pages
  • The "A" Word. Under the Covers of Test Automation
  • Alan Page
  • English
  • 09 November 2017

About the Author: Alan Page

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The "A" Word. Under the Covers of Test AutomationOF CONTENTSIntroductionTesting Failing To SucceedThe Robots Are Taking OverTo Automate The Coding TesterGUI ShmooeyDesign For GUI AutomationIt S Probably A Design ProblemIn The MiddleTest Design For AutomationOrchestrating Test AutomationLOL UR AUTOMASHUN SUCKZ Exploring Test AutomationMusings On Test DesignBeyond Regression TestsTesting With CodeMore On Test DesignCoding, Testing, And The A WordLast Word On The A WordResourcesABOUT THE BOOKIf You Ve Read My Blog For The Last Few Years, You Ve Probably Read Everything Here Already Although Without Some Much Needed Editing This Is A Collection Of Blog Posts From My Blog Rearranged, Edited And Polished A Bit And Put Into An Ebook.The Book Is Free If You Want Or You Can Pay All Proceeds Go To The American Cancer Society I Just Wanted To Gather My Thoughts On Test Automation In One Place And Share Somewhere And Leanpub Has Been A Fantastic Tool In This Trip.I Ll Update The Book As Needed Including Edits, As Well As Expansion On Ideas If When Requested.

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10 thoughts on “The "A" Word. Under the Covers of Test Automation

  1. Ion Buzu says:

    Although the style of this small book is not as argumentative, with a strong anchorage in a scientific approach and having an accuracy for how notions are used, as is the case with James Bach and Gerald Weinberg, it does offer some revelatory insights about what is known as test automation and attacks some big myths and folklore about test automation that is out there in the industry Here are the most important insights which stuck in my mind He starts by talking about Philip Amour s Five Orders of Ignorance and relates them to testing Testing has two dimensions proving something that we know checking if specifications are implemented correctly or not and finding out what we don t know it s the level of lack of awareness when we don t know what we know or do not know and lack of process when we don t have yet a method of acquiring the above needed knowledge Knowledge acquiring testing is continuous exploration, experimenting and interaction with the product With this idea in mind, Alan Page continues through his series of texts in the book The biggest mistake of people who are initiated into automation is to think how can I automate this If a manual test can easily be automated, then probably this is a shallow, superficial test and your automation strategy is of the same kind You shouldn t think how can I automate this, you shou...

  2. Helena says:

    DAMN RIGHT