Automation

July 16th, 2019, by
Famous Last Words

With ever-increasing agility and automation supporting a move to continuous deployment, the role of the tester is becoming increasingly important as we transition from control to assurance.

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July 11th, 2019, by
DevOps and the road to Nirvana

In Buddhism, Samsara means the endless cycle of death and rebirth. Life is seen as a circle where death is only a gate to rebirth and beginning a new cycle. The Buddhist say that Samsara is suffering. We cycle through this endless path of suffering over and over again. Same cycles repeat until we can’t tell them apart. Feeling like you have already lived this moment. Sound familiar?

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July 3rd, 2019, by
How do you change your gears?

Before you automate something, think about how something is done.

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June 13th, 2019, by
Power of knowledge augmentation with Collaborative Intelligence – Application to Connected Vehicles

Upon understanding the science of Collaborative Intelligence and its potential benefits in previous article, its interesting to understand illustration of the same with real life example. Here we discuss one such incidence and thereby application of collaborative intelligence based on the HAWDI platform – Our platform for Collaborative Intelligence.

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May 30th, 2019, by
Who tests the Robot?

Recently I have been set the challenge of trying to work out how to test robots and how to test (an) artificial intelligence. You’ll be pleased to know there are no spoilers in this as, well quite frankly, it remains a work in progress. Under duress, I would say my current thinking focuses on how predictable a robot should be, and how the concept of ‘expected results’ falls apart with artificial intelligence.

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May 29th, 2019, by
Incremental Test Automation Development – Synergies with Non-Test Automation Engineer Activities

In this article, I assume the basic example of a TAS SLDC being applied synchronously to the SLDC of a System under Test (SUT).

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April 22nd, 2019, by
Test Automation Meters

Test automation is preventive in nature. It is supposed to prevent bugs from getting into production before they can be detected. In the best case, test automation is invisible to the end user. So how do you evaluate something that shouldn't even appear?

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April 17th, 2019, by
The future of software testing – QA innovation and test automation

Sogeti's annual TextExpo event discussed the future outlook for the software testing industry, led by top professionals in the field. Read about my compilation of how artificial intelligence, machine learning or intelligent systems affect testing now and in the future.

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April 10th, 2019, by
Benefits of a Generic Test Automation Architecture

The usage of the gTAA constantly delivers a good overview which technologies and implementations have to be implemented in which spot in or inter between the TAA layers.

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March 25th, 2019, by
Will software robots bring you a higher paycheck rather than get you fired?

Many people are concerned about the negative consequences of technology. They fear software robots will take over administrative jobs from thousands of people, leading to waves of dismissals and unemployment. That need not be the outcome. Experts in automation know the 100-50-15 rule.

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March 20th, 2019, by
What has (test) automation ever done for me?

Functional test automation is nothing new, but yet people shy away from adapting it. It could be because the perception is that it is just not efficient or that their application does not cater for it.

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March 8th, 2019, by
The Five Things Your RPA Center of Excellence Must Do…

The five elements that help define and maintain an organization’s RPA Operating Model. Read the perfect recipe here.

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