1. The Team Imagine having all entry-level developers work on a project together. Imagine having a leader or manager that had never participated in a software development project. It would be…

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  2. You may have noticed over the last year or so, more of the Beaufort Fairmont webinars are done by guests than by me. That’s for several reasons. First, I’ve personally…

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  3. The popularity of JavaScript stacks using libraries like React and Vue is growing as developers are looking to simplify their web application development. This trend encourages testers to be more…

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  4. You’ve written a large suite of test cases over the last few months. But every time someone changes the data model or wipes the database, you find yourself working extra…

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  5. Do you feel like your Selenium Test Automation Engineers are not in sync? Do you often wonder if they have the same goals? Do they sound like they’re from different…

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  6. Several times in the last few weeks I’ve had a conversation about duplicate test cases. It’s a familiar conversation to me. The other person asks whether it is ok to…

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  7. Join us for a conversation with Greg Paskal. Greg is a natural innovator, pioneering new approaches across the Quality Assurance landscape. Greg enjoys mentoring others in sustainable approaches to manual…

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  8. Creating Testing Ideas

    Over the last couple years, Angie Jones and I have facilitated a “Dominos of Automation Workshop” (check out the fun we had here, here, here and here) at several conferences. StarEast…

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  9. Do you want to continuously improve as a tester or automation engineer? Over the last few years, Beaufort Fairmont founder, Paul Merrill, has noticed an area for potential improvement for…

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  10. I’ve spent a lot of time lately talking with teams about how to choose a tool for automation. It is a big deal for most teams and it’s a choice…

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