Mob programming: Is it a (m)obsession?

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During my professional career I heard a lot of agile ways of working for developers. Think about the pair programming sessions or the Pomodoro way of working where you have work iteration of 25 minutes so you have a better focus during your workday. These things make totally sense if you are a developer, but […]

Android UI Automation frameworks

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So basically UI Automation is really hot right now. You see a lot of test conferences where big companies are talking about their solution to automate your repetitive integration tests for mobile platforms. We know that for websites, the automation is already mature enough. But since the introduction of the smartphone and apps, companies are […]

Test Automation Vision

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When I was at the CAST2016 Test Conference in Vancouver, I also was visiting the keynote from Nicholas Carr who spoke about his vision for test automation in general. A lot of people think that it is a good thing to automate everything so we can reduce our manpower for the company. But Nicholass preached that […]

Tester and Scrum

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When we are transforming our way of working from a waterfall to an agile way of working like Scrum, we see some shifting in rolls inside the IT world. For example if you want to adapt scrum, rolls like a testmanager are not needed anymore. A lot of testers who are currently active in a […]