MetaAutomation challenges quality practitioners to three Paradigm Shifts...
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Why “MetaAutomation?” The short answer is: I had to call the pattern language something.
The slightly longer answer is that it is about the quality automation space, and the “meta” is about looking … more
I start with a definition: quality automation is the problem space between driving and measuring the SUT on the technology-facing side, and information the people and processes of the business on the … more
Test cases have served teams well as a tool to enable measures of quality over time, over many runs of those test cases, so the team knows (or should) roughly whether quality is getting better, worse, … more
Last month I posted here about the false positive problem.
Here is a specific example that I learned from a friend at Microsoft, where the false positive caused a defect escape:
Imagine a shopping … more
Manual test is when a person does the actions and observations and decides whether some aspect of SUT behavior is reportable as a bug (or, other action item). This is true whether or not the tester … more