Here I’ll cap off my current round of “modern testing” posts by discussing a bit about the lucid approach that I’ve brought up along the way.
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I’ve gone through a lot of posts on modern testing and I’m nearing the conclusion of my thoughts on this. (Or so we can hope, right?) Here I’ll recap a bit and then push forward.
In my previous post on modern testing and resilience, I indicated that testing and quality assurance spend a lot of their time, as disciplines, being in danger from their own practitioners. This is most often a problem when the disciplines … Continue reading
This post follows on from the previous (see part 1 and part 2). Here I’ll close out this series of posts by performing a bit more abstraction and finish up with some thoughts about how and to what extent the … Continue reading
In the first post of this series, I got us set up with a Serenity repository using Maven as our build tool. I also started us on the path of applying Cucumber-JVM by putting a feature file in place. In … Continue reading
I’ve talked a bit about Serenity in previous posts as well as Cucumber-JVM. Here I’ll combine the two and talk about how to set up a simple Cucumber-style project. Along with this focus, I’ll be concentrating a bit more on … Continue reading
In two previous posts (on design pressure and sources of truth) I talked about the context that a modern test team is often fitting in with. Here I’ll get more specific, particularly in regards to some strategic elements.
This post follows on from the previous (see part 1 and part 2). Here we’ll wrap up the test we started with by making sure the test actually performs some sort of verification. This will complete my initial tour of … Continue reading