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Implementing the Test Pyramid as QA

I am definitely using the test pyramid as one of my 'guidance' tools. I frequently combine it with the 4 Agile Testing quadrants in talks and presentations.        &...
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Implementing the Test Pyramid as QA

The Test Pyramid is not something you implement, but more a guideline showing how to spread the testing efforts. Also it should be a guide to prevent an Agile anti-pattern "the ice-cream test cone". ...
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Avoiding GUI test overload working on legacy systems

I think the problem is how the organization or team thinks about testing. It's not an activity that should be done only by a specific role we call a Tester. You said you work in an agile environment, ...
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Tool to track the testing pyramid state

I like the guidance from https://automationpanda.com/tag/testing-pyramid/: each layer of tests should be an order of magnitude smaller than below. The Testing Pyramid should be a guideline, not a ...
Michael Durrant's user avatar
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Avoiding GUI test overload working on legacy systems

What would be the return on investment of creating 5000 tests? Lets assume that each test takes half a day to create from scratch (assuming that there is a documented business process flow or manual ...
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Where do we create end-to-end tests for a new feature?

The answer of the question depends on few factors: If the acceptance tests are written in the same technology stack as the software under test and if the framework is testing only one product and not ...
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