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We are searching for some Automation Testing Framework, different from Test Complete…

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/27

For my link archive: [WayBack] We are searching for some Automation Testing Framework, different from Test Complate… Any ideas? We are trying to select a tool for automating an ap… – Avatarx – Google+

–jeroen

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Twitter so: Testing in Production – The Isoblog.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/29

From 2017, a still relevant edited twitter conversation on testing in production, why you need it: [WayBackTwitter so: Testing in Production – The Isoblog.

–jeroen

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Happy testers day.

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/09

Fitting for a day like this.

[WayBackTesting: Hammering Nails via [WayBack] Testing: Hammering Nails – This is why I Code – Google+

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RaiMan’s SikuliX: Automate what you see on a computer monitor

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/05

On my research list:

Automate what you see on a computer monitor

Source: [WayBack] RaiMan’s SikuliX

Repositories:

It is an evolution of [WayBackSikuli Script – Home that has an other for too that can be automated with PowerPoint slides:

I should play with it: [WayBackSikuliX – QUICKSTART

Via: [WayBack] Any recommendations of automation tools for GUI testing.We tried AutoIT but it had some problems and way too technical… – Tommi Prami – Google+

–jeroen

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Open SourceTree tickets

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/07

Two reasons for this list:

  1. I messed up user accounts so the tickets are actually from two accounts (because I got confused between the bitbucket and atlassian domains).
  2. Jira searching is horrible, so hopefully Google does a better indexing of finding my own stuff back
  3. Around the 1.5/1.6 switch, 1.6 was so unstable and bugs were hardly acted upon that I didn’t keep track on progress
    • bugs are still hardly acted upon; it’s difficult getting them in another stage than the initial one
    • 1.6 is now more stable and faster, so it’s OK to upgrade

Bitbucket account:

Atlassian account.

Mac OS X:

–jeroen

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