Five Ways to Make Test Automation Fail


Five Ways to Make Test Automation Fail

One of the biggest automation problems is not figuring out how to finish the scripts but figuring out how to maintain them. To achieve an efficient maintenance effort, your scripts should be standardized, well documented, reusable, and easy to modify. That is what a framework—even a simple one—can give you: standards that tell your junior team members the expected result, and a mechanism for focusing your senior team members in the highly complex or reusable parts of the automation scripts.

Really good write up as to the pitfalls of automation from the good folks at StickyMinds

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