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Test Automation, Whose job is it?

Easy. It must be the QA team, the responsibility of the QA manager surely? Mind you, the QA team are not usually responsible for bug creation, so the developers must play a role. And the Shift Left argument proposes that

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Get the Grinch out of Testville.. and your QA Dept!

“He puzzled and puzzled till his puzzler was sore. Then the Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before. Maybe test automation, he thought… doesn’t have to be so painful. Maybe automation perhaps means a little bit more!” Had our Grinch

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What turns a tester into the Grinch?

“You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch. You really are a heel. You’re as cuddly as a cactus; You’re as charming as an eel. Mr. Grinch! You’re a bad banana with a greasy black peel!” The Grinch can be identified in

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How the Grinch stole scripting

“Every Tester in Testville liked testing a lot. But the Grinch, who sat north of Development – did not. The Grinch was a Tester and he hated the whole damn lot! Now, please don’t ask why; no one quite knows

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A trip to Eindhoven – tunnels and potholes.

The annual Infor M3 User Association meeting in The Netherlands is always interesting.  A chance to catch up with M3 friends, to learn about what they are doing and where Infor are taking their ever increasingly impressive technology.  And it

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Revolutionizing Regression Testing at ASUG DFW

Did you find out how to Revolutionize your Regression Testing approach at ASUG DFW? Whether you did or didn’t get to see Jonathan Pearson explain this ground-breaking approach in Irving last week,  you might want to access the original slides.

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Man holding head and chin indicating headache and tootache

Toothache, Headaches and Manual Testing

Painful medical conditions and manual testing may not initially appear to have much in common, but while neither will kill you, they both impact your productivity and the world would be a more pleasant place without either of them. Science

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Marston’s test automation reduces business risk

Marston’s Plc, the world’s largest brewer of cask ale, that operates around 1500 pubs, 6 breweries, and exports to 65 countries worldwide is well aware of the need for business continuity. Watch this short video highlighting how they manage their

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Revolutionizing Regression Testing at ASUG Chicago

Did you find out how to Revolutionize your Regression Testing approach at ASUG Chicago? Whether you did or didn’t get to see Jonathan Pearson explain this ground-breaking approach,  you might want to access the original slides. Click here to view.

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ASUG Chicago-Revolutionize your Regression Testing

Learn how to Revolutionize your Regression Testing approach at ASUG Chicago. With six SAP implementations across five countries the IT Director of CertainTeed, a division of St. Gobain, understands the critical importance of regression testing best practice. Join us for this session

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Application Quality – Where’s the Big Win?

Every year we are contacted by companies looking to improve their application quality, typically for one of two reasons. Firstly, they may have been hurt by critical bugs reaching the live environment or they may simply want to lower the

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ege’s M3 upgrade gets the red carpet treatment

ege is one of Europes leading companies when it comes to the  design, development and production of carpets. Upgrading from a very old version of Infor M3 to 13.4 could have floored many but not Thomas Bjerregaard, ege’s Test Manager:

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