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Do self review often on the below areas: How much time you are spending before and after automation? Ideally automation should reduce your work. Are you spending more time on fixing the automation for minor requirement change or for new requirement? If yes then you have to improve the automation design. Are you having Root cause analysis meeting with QA ...
It is difficult to get direct feedback on testing skills, especially with regards to test techniques. I do have a couple of suggestions though: Find a testing mentor. This can be someone who has the same amount of experience you do but maybe in a different area or someone with vastly more experience. It doesn't really matter as long as you can learn from ...
And here are a couple of others: Cucumber Robot Framework
Here are some tools for you ; Selenium - http://docs.seleniumhq.org/ Watir - http://watir.com/ DejaVu - https://www.npmjs.org/package/dejavu
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