This September was quite productive, as i had 4 test automation related articles published, which i recommend reading: Creating an Architecture for Your Automated Tests Writing Automated Tests in Small Increments 4 Times Your Automation Passed While Bugs Were Present Now That You’ve Created Automated Tests, Run Them! Enjoy.
Branches are beautiful, on trees. Branches in the code are not what many testers like to work with. The whole branching process appears to be very cumbersome: creating the branch, keeping it up to date with the main branch, deleting it once the work is done, these all seem to take a lot of time… Read More
During my talk at the recent SauceCon conference, i described how you can write reliable Selenium tests by using WebDriverWait based methods to wait for page events to take place. I am now happy to announce that my little project, thewaiter library that i mentioned in the talk, is available to use from the Maven… Read More
Writing automated tests is no longer the biggest challenge in the testing community. Writing reliable automated tests is. So many times tests that were once written are sent to the garbage bin or thrown into oblivion. They are unreliable and people will just ignore them when they are running, simply because they have a history… Read More
This is something i heard quite a few times: why bother writing automated tests, as they will not find any bugs anyway?
When starting to learn Java, one of the first things you are taught is that a class consists of several things, among which are the ‘methods’. A method is nothing more than grouping of several code lines. Since tests are code, the same principle applies to writing your Java based tests. Especially if you are… Read More
The What I have a bunch of tests that i would like to run faster, by making them execute in parallel. In my tests: I am not using a DataProvider and only want to make the same test run several times. I am using a DataProvider and want my test to run with the provided… Read More