We are quite familiar with the concept of randomly failing automated tests. Those are the tests that even though there is no change in the feature they are testing, they either fail randomly at the same step, or they fail at random steps. Handling the results of such tests can be tricky, and some teams… Read More
I write a lot of automated tests. Most of the times, it all goes nice and smooth, like a good song. But once in a while i run into an automation situation that leaves me completely baffled. Debugging does not reveal how to fix it, and it is not very obvious to me what is… Read More
As you have probably seen, my new course on JUnit 5 is now available at Test Automation University. It’s an introduction to all the amazing features of this framework that you can use in your automated tests, with, of course, plenty of examples.