December 6th, 2013
We had an interactive audience for the webinar -”Are Your Test Cases fit for Automation?” – on Nov 27/Dec 04, 2013. Below are some of the questions posed by the attendees to the speaker Mr T Ashok, Founder & CEO of STAG Software -
- SLide 10 -like BCNF for DB design, do you have similar NF for Automation with HBT?
- Typically AUtomation of scripts starts only when the Functionality or UI Flow is near frozen and Manual TCs are robust. Your suggestion.
- How effective will it be for a product automation when there is a constant UI change?
- If manual testers club multiple test conditions into one scenario how can we automate those ? suggestion
- If the bugs are coming repeatedly while testing, Dev is giving the builds every twice a day for a critical fixes, how to ensure the quality in this case? Any specific cases appreciated…
- When we have frequent changes in app functionality(Un-stable), Which frame work is preferable? How should we approach for automation?
- How do we decide the tool?
Listen to the answers by clicking on the play button below:
You can also access the webinar presentation slides & webinar recording here.
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December 6th, 2013
Good automation is more than frameworks, tools and scripting. The inherent structure of scenarios/cases plays a vital role in ensuring rapid development and optimized maintenance. A ill-formed structure makes the script complex making it error prone and costly to maintain.
STAG Software presented a webinar on Nov 27/Dec 4, 2013 on an interesting idea “Fitness for automation” wherein it examined the properties of test scenarios/cases to ascertain if they are good enough to automate. Also what needs to be done in the case where it is “unfit” is outlined. The is one of the applications of “Hypothesis Based Testing” (HBT) to ensure rapid automation and optimized maintenance.
You can view the webinar slidedeck below:
You can view / download the webinar recording here. You can also hear to the Q&A session of the webinar session here.
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December 5th, 2013
Testing is interesting as it is unbounded. Customer expectations constantly expand, overall development effort/time is expected to shrink and quality constantly increase!
This requires good problem analysis and solution synthesis skills. At the HSTC 2013: “Think Testing” Conference held on Nov 21/22 at Hyderabad, T Ashok presented a talk that outlines an interesting thinking approach where analysis is done via “structured description” and solution synthesized via “prescription formulation”. Applications of this approach in test base lining, strategy formulation, test design, intelligent reporting is discussed in the presentation below:
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