Is your current deployment frequency choked by your testing speed? Is regression testing driving you to boreout? Do you think test automation is a tough cookie to crack? Have you wondered on how to best leverage robots and humans in software testing? Are you benefitting from the speed of robots and ingenuity of humans? Are you utilizing your manual testers’ capabilities well? If you are a tester, a developer, a test manager or a product manager you probably deal with these questions in your everyday life.
Software is growing more and more ubiquitous with our daily living with each passing year. We grow more dependent on software for our daily interactions, from connecting with friends to handling banking.
As the world changes and becomes more and more digital, companies need to keep up with the development. New ideas as well as ability to create social and economic value from those ideas is becoming increasingly important. On the technology field new innovations emerge almost every day. How you define a game-changing technology and what do you need to achieve to make something truly game-changing?
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While test automation is the key to increased quality and productivity, the act of test design is often the completely overlooked aspect of test automation. Test design is a separate and distinct task and is performed before tests are executed. It is a crucial part of any testing process and has direct impact on your test automation’s bug detection capabilities.