Experienced practitioners of software quality might notice similarities between my testing types diagram in this post and Brian Marick’s Agile Testing Matrix, linked here http://www.exampler.com/old- … more
In the software industry, there’s a common antipattern of working with “test automation” as if automation replicated the same values as manual testing, but faster and with fewer people.
Reality is … more
What is MetaAutomation all about?
It’s about replacing the term “test automation” with something much more descriptive, proper, generative, and less misleading: quality automation. Quality … more
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When developing software, the team needs to know that quality is always moving forward.
To do that, they need to know: “Does the system still do what we need it to do?”
The feedback must be fast … more
For automation for quality (a superset of/fix for what is often called “test automation”) MetaAutomation provides trustworthy detail and transparency on what the SUT is doing and how fast to all … more
Ruby is very popular as an automation tool.
Ruby’s creator, Yukihiro Matsumoto, had what seemed like great ideas: programmer productivity and fun, and that (to quote Wikipedia, quoting Matsumoto)
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One of the problems with the phrase “test automation” is that it implies that what a manual tester can do can also be automated, and even that it is automated when someone automates a manual test … more
Artificial intelligence (AI, or more accurately called machine learning) is all over public discussions about software testing. It seems like the next big thing! Many imply that it will take over the … more