Basic XPath Example

Learn how to utilize XPath successfully and reliably for your test automation efforts. Debunk the myth that XPath’s are hard to use or flaky. Follow this quick tutorial and begin building work class test automation with XPath today.

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Coaching Entry-Level Automation Engineers

I recently shared a simple way to assess the maturity of an Automation Engineer. Let’s review that assessment again. Automation Engineer Assessment* Entry-Level: Tries to automate everything in sight.* Mid-level – Automates every test regardless of value or criticality.* Senior-level – Automates based on an #evaluation, value, and criticality. Let’s focus on Entry-Level Automation Engineers and some coaching to progress into…

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5 keys to building a highly effective test automation team

Successful test automation requires far more than simply writing code. It entails building a team that is innovative, has discipline, and can create long-term, sustainable automation. Here are the key factors to consider when building a highly effective test automation team. Source: https://techbeacon.com/5-keys-building-highly-effective-test-automation-team

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3 More Fundamentals of a Successful Testing Team

Many QA managers seek a formula for creating an effective testing team. While they may pursue endless tools and lifecycle approaches, the answer is actually simpler. We’ve already talked about three fundamentals for a successful testing team: a common language, core testing concepts, and a smart automation strategy. Now, we’ll look at three additional fundamentals…

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