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“The anatomy of outsourced automation developer” “The anatomy of outsourced automation developer” Presentation Transcript

  • THE ANATOMY OF OUTSOURCED AUTOMATION DEVELOPER 2014
  • PROCESS… PROCESS? PROCESS!
  • • Developer – Scripting – Platforms – Environment setups • Tester – Work with test cases – Bugs reporting • Auto QA – Supportability – Constant SUT changes Automation specifics
  • Hands Instruments: • More instruments – more hands! • Sometimes to fanatic – I used this before, it will work now!
  • Legs Platforms/languages • More languages – faster rump up • Automation language is just syntax • Transition should be easy
  • Automation directions • UI testing • Services • Performance/Load • Security Back
  • Reporting & Analysis • Descriptive outputs • Easy to analyze logs Eyes
  • • Attitude to work Heart
  • • Communication • Negotiation • Goal definition Face
  • Brain Structure Ambitions - Where I came from? Overall situation understanding - What? Tester - hm, Ok Development - Should I know OOP? Problem solving skills - fffff*ck… again?
  • Tester Evolution?
  • • Communication & Client Facing • Do the right process • Practice alignment • Process alignment – RUP? – Context driven testing? – Agile environment? – Do the testing, бл...? • Guidance-guidance-guidance And successful projects?
  • THANK YOU!