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The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – CI/CD/DevOps

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, TDD, testing

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – Sorry, QA does not own Automation

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, TDD, testing

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – Failure to Take a Leap of Faith

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, TDD, testing, Uncategorized

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – Not Truly Integrating with your Agile Practice

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, TDD, testing

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – Failure to Deal with Culture Issues

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, TDD, testing

Path from Waterfall to Agile for HP Unified Functional Testing (formerly QTP) users

ATF is pleased to announce our solution for companies looking to move from HP’s Unified Functional Testing (UFT) (formerly QTP) to today’s leading edge open source solutions. Many HP UFT users have wished to make the move to open source

Posted in agile, automation, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, testing, Uncategorized

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers – Lack of Transparency

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, ATDD, automation, BDD, best practices, selenium, TDD, testing, Uncategorized

The “Killer Dozen” Automation Implementation Killers: Choosing the Wrong Tool Set

Many organizations today are moving towards automated testing for the right reasons, but unfortunately the vast majority experience a spectacular failure. Often at Meetups or talking to potential customers who have failed at one or more automation implementations, I continue

Posted in agile, automation, best practices, continuous integration, selenium, testing, Uncategorized

Comparing an ATF to Commercial Products: Support for File Uploads/Downloads and Dialog Boxes

Comparison: Support for File Uploads/Downloads and Dialog Boxes As part of an ongoing blog series, we will delve into a discussion of the differences between an ATF and the various commercial products on the market. This blog series will discuss

Posted in automation, selenium, testing, Uncategorized

Comparing an ATF to Commercial Products: Test Case Reporting, Management and Metrics

Comparison: Test Case Reporting, Management and Metrics As part of an ongoing blog series, we will delve into a discussion of the differences between an ATF and the various commercial products on the market. This blog series will discuss one

Posted in best practices, selenium, testing, Uncategorized

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