Experienced practitioners of software quality might notice similarities between my testing types diagram in this post and Brian Marick’s Agile Testing Matrix, linked here http://www.exampler.com/old- … more
In the software industry, there’s a common antipattern of working with “test automation” as if automation replicated the same values as manual testing, but faster and with fewer people.
Reality is … more
What is MetaAutomation all about?
It’s about replacing the term “test automation” with something much more descriptive, proper, generative, and less misleading: quality automation. Quality … more
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Tools are devices to
Amplify force or speed, like a pry bar or bicycle
Give capabilities that humans don’t have, like a network sniffer or a magnetic compass
It has been said (not by me) that “ … more
“Quality automation” is a new term I introduced that I use to replace “test automation.” I did not do this to annoy people or drive a claim into the fertile ground of semantics! I did it for some … more
One would think that people who make automation to drive the system under test (SUT) would be eager to preserve the quality knowledge of how the SUT is driven and how it responds, how fast, etc. For … more
Automation to help the whole team measure and manage quality is called quality automation. This is related to “test automation,” but better because it considers the whole team and it avoids the … more
It’s been three months since my post here on AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence, or Machine Learning).
So, I wanted to post an update in my understanding on this set of technologies:
At the time of … more