Besides its relevant and obvious benefits regarding processes and best practices, test automation should represent a shared playground between development and testers.
Testing community often refers to the challenges and complexity of the projects that require automation tests, overlooking the maintainability, readability and future proof implementation of resulted frameworks.
This workshop aims to address the code quality and maintainability attributes of test automation implementations, as seen by developers.
Writing automated checks is a critical activity for a lot of projects that aim to achieve continuous delivery. While writing code is important, crafting your test automation code is a new skill that can be learned.
This tutorial is dedicated to Mid/Senior test automation engineers who aim to improve their coding skills.
We will do group and individual exercises that will aim to address concepts such as: meaningful naming, custom assertions, composition vs inheritance and many more