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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part VII

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part VII

The previous post in the series can be found here. Time flies. Over 4 months have passed since the last post about our automation journey - there are so many other topics to cover that the posts related to testing…

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When X is not 'built-in' anymore ...

When X is not 'built-in' anymore ...

I'm not really a Scrum aficionado. Actually I'm pretty far from calling myself that way ;) But I can still remember the moment years ago when I was reading through Scrum Guide & some accompanying materials and I've found out a…

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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part VI

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part VI

This blog post is about: why Operation Kalashnikov was doomed to succeed, what does it mean to have an emotional bond to a mission, why Front-End Engineers have smashed what was so hard for Quality Assurance specialists, what kind of…

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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part V

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part V

This post is all about how we've decided to revamp our FINAL approach to E2E automated testing in a way that was supposed to maximize the chance of final success. Warning, post contains: AK-47, what's wrong with "tightening the screw"…

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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part IV

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part IV

This blog post is all about: the difference between focus on doing and focus on getting done, importance of owning your own metrics (KPIs), why data can be double-edged sword (but the transparency is still the key), that engineer who…

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Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part III

Our Continuous Testing odyssey - part III

This blog post is all about the difference between operational & aspirational work, how does the waste disguise itself, why QA is so prone to over-doing, that QA is much more similar to other disciplines of engineering than one may…

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