The MetaAutomation blog is about applying automation to quality measurement, storage, and communication, in order to ship higher-quality software faster. Better transparency and communication across roles and geographies make happier teams, too!
The QA role reports to the rest of the software team on product quality. Conventionally, “test automation” just helps them get information faster; although, whether that information is trustworthy or … more
The basis for the MetaAutomation pattern language, and the reason for it, is at the core quite simple.
Everybody on the team (or, almost everybody) does manual or exploratory testing with the SUT. … more
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