1. Orientation for testing tools

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    30. July 2013 by Michael Wowro

    there’s an overwhelming amount of testing-tools outside. And there’s a new website, helping us to get an orientation: http://www.testtoolreview.com Advertisements

  2. SKIP Mechanics in Robot Framework

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    8. July 2013 by Michael Wowro

    I haven’t found a sophisticated solution to SKIP in Robot Framework (compare this issue). So you have to implement such …
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  3. Catching Heisenbugs in Test Automation

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    22. June 2013 by Michael Wowro

    “Ah, but I may as well try and catch the wind.” (Donovan) GUI-based testautomation (hopefully done with Selenium WebDriver) is …
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  4. The Myth of Colocation

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    22. June 2013 by Michael Wowro

    The myth of the efficiency of colocation in IT was created by software engineers from the First World to protect …
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  5. Panta rhei in IT

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    30. May 2013 by Michael Wowro

    or why commitment is impossible for a pro There is a general problem with estimating the effort of an IT-task …
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  6. Robot Framework is a programming language

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    10. May 2013 by Michael Wowro

    Working on a large project (~200 web developers) with Robot Framework (RF) for ~3 month, I consider the notion of …
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  7. To automate or not to automate

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    21. April 2013 by Michael Wowro

    The question of “which test cases are to automate” is a core question in a QA-project. To answer this question …
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