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Infinity symbol made with code Continuous Testing, Shifting Left, and Test Automation: Getting It Straight

Continuous testing can help you achieve the optimal balance between speed and risk and deliver high-quality products faster. But what exactly does continuous testing entail? Is it just shifting testing left in a DevOps environment? And where does automation fit in? Here's a breakdown of all these testing concepts.

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Wayne Ariola
Action-based test design checklist Leverage Your Actions to Get More Out of Test Automation

Test design can contribute greatly to how manageable and maintainable your automation is. Hiding detailed steps in actions makes their automation easier to maintain, and the high-level actions can be leveraged to define less common tests. Here's how you can write tests as a sequence of actions to improve coverage.

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Hans Buwalda
Robot doing a hand signal 4 Advantages of Applying AI in Software Testing

We’re always looking for smarter, faster, better ways of testing. As the popularity of artificial intelligence grows, more and more testers are realizing its capacity to make cumbersome and time-consuming tasks simpler. AI is coming, so we should take advantage of it. Here are four benefits to applying AI in testing.

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Ester Brierley
Human-like robot with artificial intelligence The AI Testing Singularity

Machine learning is rapidly growing more powerful, already sometimes imitating the actions and judgments of humans better than humans. In the near future, even before machines are conscious, they will be able to mimic human software testers. What will be the impact of AI on testing? Jason Arbon has a bunch of ideas.

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Jason Arbon
Robot playing a piano Robotic Process Automation in Software Testing

Robotic process automation (RPA) systems develop a list of actions to automate a task by watching a user perform that task in the application's GUI, and then repeating those tasks directly in the GUI. But RPA tools differ from other tools because they can handle data among multiple applications—including for testing.

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Mukesh Sharma
"No code" typed inside brackets Merging New Codeless Test Automation with Your Existing Code-Based Test Scripts

Adopting a codeless solution can be an amazing boost to quality, productivity, and tester career growth, but in most organizations, such test suites will have to be merged into existing code-based test scripts. To succeed, developers, testers, and management all should consider the differences between the two options.

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Eran Kinsbruner
Michael Bolton Is All Testing Exploratory? A Slack Takeover with Michael Bolton

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub for a day to answer questions and engage in conversations. Michael Bolton, a speaker and thought leader in the testing industry, hosted this Slack takeover, which led to discussions about test exploration, tools, and testers as gatekeepers.

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Owen Gotimer
Tester at a computer What Is Continuous Testing All About?

Continuous testing started when DevOps got hot as organizations began trying to figure out how to make everything in the software delivery process more continuous and testers felt they were being left out of the DevOps movement. If you want to get started with continuous testing, here are three things you should know.

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Jeffery Payne