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In my quest for testing knowledge in which hindsight lessons were born, I am trying to dig deeper in the…

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If you follow this blog on a regular basis, although my writing is never regular, or you saw me speak…

The post Hindsight lessons about exploration: The science of testing appeared first on Mr.Slavchev .

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As a second part of the hindsight lessons about exploration, I’d like to focus on a topic I don’t see…

The post Hindsight lessons about exploration: Testing documentation – “think outside the dox” appeared first on Mr.Slavchev.

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After the unexpected success of the series “Hindsight lessons about automation”, I think I need to spend more time in…

The post Hindsight lessons about exploration: What is testing? appeared first on Mr.Slavchev.

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After I am done with the topics like “why is automation important” and where should our automation effort be allocated, I am getting in more specific advices, related to how to create tests that are useful and easy to support. In this chapter, we will focus on the AAA principle. Of course, as all articles […]

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In this part of “Hindsight lessons of automation” I will try to focus on another key question that is crucial for automation and it is – what’s worth automating? Why automate this, over that? Why are people wasting so much time writing UI tests and so on. In order to get to that, we will […]

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This chapter of hindsight lessons about automation is dedicated to models of automation. When we say “a model” or “to model” we mean to (random definition from Google, luckily a correct one): a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing or of a proposed structure, typically on a smaller scale than the original When we […]

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This is the last part of Hindsight lessons about automation that I write for now, I think I wrote enough about my automation philosophy of testing and personal experience with it. The last part that I want to share is related to a project I am involved in for about a year so far and […]

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In this part of hindsight lessons about automation I will continue with the principles of automation and I will focus on the one, that I believe is the most significant, at least in my career – the test isolation principle. Edit 04 Aug 2018: A reader let me know, that there is more information about […]

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I came back from one of most exciting conferences I presented at, so far, Eurostar’s little brother – UKstar 2018. It was my 3rd participation in a conference out of homeland, so I still consider myself a lucky bastard for having the opportunity to speak at such a great international event. I met many people […]

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