The path to becoming a seasoned test automation professional is more about the journey itself than reaching and conquering the final level, says test automation evangelist Jani Haapala. So far, we can see four levels, but other more challenging and enlightening stages may lie in our future.
Even in the best of times, we are constantly being asked to deliver more for each dollar in our budget while simultaneously maintaining existing output. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you stretch your IT budget in 2019.
Expanding the use of test automation beyond standard release pipelines to include security testing can offer major benefits. The question is, how can we integrate security testing into the software development life cycle?
In today’s fast-paced world, no one questions the overwhelming benefits of test automation. In a rapidly-moving environment, test automation ensures reliable test results, boosts the productivity of quality assurance and helps decision-makers lead with accurate and timely information. Now, new human-readable software tools have put the power of test automation into the hands of non-tech business testers.
Ecosystem testing presents IT professionals with unique challenges: in an increasingly interconnected world, ecosystems are more complex and interdependent than ever. Moreover, there are no standard solutions for testing complicated systems that may feature hardware, software and multiple interfaces.