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November, 2016

Should You Write Automated Tests for Your Automated Tests?

Should You Write Automated Tests for your Automated Tests? Recently, I posted 7 Ways to Better Test Automation on a few linkedin groups. The response was overwhelming. I appreciate all the comments, thoughts and other ideas. Several of the comments deserved more than a reply on linkedin, however. Over the […]

7 Ways to Better Test Automation

7 Ways to Better Test Automation 1) Test it By a wide margin, testers produce the most defect-prone code I see. Make sure to test your test code. Shouldn’t test code be the best code? It’s responsible for alerting us to whether other code is correct, so it must be […]