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How much coding is required for software testers?
Hi community, I have heard this many times: “Testers must be able to code”. Do you agree? In my latest video, I am sharing my point of view on this question. Do you agree? What is your experience on this topic?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wurSKYq3Ot8Looking forward to reading from you.#HappyTesting
I’m new to games testing , so I was wondering if there are any tools out there which uses re-enforced learning or ML to navigate through the game ?The game is being developed in Unity and I know Unity has tools to script automated tests but I’m more looking for tools which automatically would be able to traverse the game. is there a tool out there which would do this?
Unanticipated beefits of Tosca?
I am a sales guy at Tricentis. I have a prospect asking me “what are the unexpected benefits of Tosca?” We have talked about all of the expected benefits (300% Plus ROI. Faster releases. Better quality releases. Increased risk coverage. Overall reduction in cost. etc) but she wants to get a feeling for the unanticipated value that her testers may experience.The list I have so far is:- you can use it for scraping data from websites and other applications. - it forces you to build modular vs monolithic test - You can use it for data loading- You can use it as a general purpose macro engine to tie together business processesAny other thoughts? What value have you gotten from Tosca that you weren’t expecting?
How do you write your test cases?
I want to ask a question that is both simple and complex to answer: How do you write your test cases?Why do I say it is simple?Well I mean according to some definitions testers write test cases and since they do it often it should be easy. Also there is a ton of information online on how to write a test case, what should it contain, so again, easy and simple.Why do I say it is complex?Well, a PM once told me that the tests should be written in such a way that a person coming from the street should be able to run them. I mean that is not impossible to do but it will take time, a lot of time. One has to find a way to explain concepts that are not really in the day to day dictionary ( API for example).I think that they want somenthing like this When tests steps are really clear - YouTube 16What do you think? How do you do it?
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