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October, 2016

The Public Relations of Test Automation

Does anyone recognize the hard work your team does to get automated testing working? Do leaders in your organization understand the significance and benefits of what you’ve accomplished? Register now to learn more about how to make sure your contributions to the product in the form of automated testing are […]

Clarifying the Role of Test Automation Engineer

The Role of Test Automation Engineer Updated (6/26/17) – Clarified how much manual is “required” for test automation. I’ve been made aware of assumptions I made in my last post about allocating automation engineers’ time. Please read that before reading this. We all function on assumptions everyday at one level or […]

Allocating Automation Engineers Time

Allocating Automation Engineers Time Update (6/26/17): I’ve updated to clarify amount of manual testing I’m referring to. Update (10/17/16): I’ve clarified some of the terminology here in a new post. People want to believe automation engineers are not software engineers. But, the same skills and environment that are needed for […]

What should I automate first?

Every team asks this question at some point. The answers to this question are as varied as the people asking it. But what are the tried and true methods for selecting which tests to automate first? The answer may surprise you! This event has ended. Find the recording here.  

Free Webinars on Automated Testing!

New Free Webinars – Automated Testing Check out our upcoming and past webinars over on the webinars page. Sign up for the next one. We’ll be talking about what to automate first. There are a lot of different thoughts about this, but we’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t during […]