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Sauce Labs Presents Automated Testing Myth Busters!
Posted by Bill McGee in Best PracticesNews & Product Updates

As more organizations embrace DevOps, Continuous Integration (CI), and Continuous Delivery (CD), deploying automated tests using Selenium (or Appium) scripts has rapidly become the de facto standard. When done right, Selenium tests can be resilient, reusable, and significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to exercise your web or mobile application and give feedback to developers. But not [...]

The Case for End-To-End Testing in the Age of DevOps

In the age of DevOps, virtual machines, continuous delivery, and microservices, is end-to-end testing necessary? Is it even viable? The short answers are "yes" and "yes". But don’t just take my quick word for it. Let me explain why end-to-end testing is crucial for effective DevOps. Defining End-to-End Testing Before we consider what value end-to-end testing brings to an organization, let [...]

The Sauce Journey - Global Scrum
Posted by Joe Alfaro in AgileBest PracticesScrumThe Story of Sauce

A long time ago (1963), in a technological world far, far away, JCR Licklider, the Director of the Advanced Research Projects Administration, had an idea for a a network that would allow teams at geographically dispersed research centers to engage in "cooperative programming" through networked "time share" computers. That idea was realized in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Administration [...]

A Deep Dive Into Continuous Integration Using Jenkins Pipeline

Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration (CI) tool that helps orchestrate the development processes (build, test, and deployment) with automation. The CI pipeline offers many ways to create the automated pipeline, from freestyle project to the first-class plugin called Pipeline. You can quickly build out an end-to-end CI solution by developing and loading pipeline scripts from the source [...]

Avoiding the UI: Why and How to Run Tests With Scripts

There's no doubt about it: a user interface (whether it's graphic or text-only) can be very nice, at least when you need to make decisions in real time or enter data on the spot. But when you know exactly what you're going to do and how you're going to perform each step, and you have a set of tasks that you're likely to perform more than once or twice, any kind of user interface can slow you down, get in the way, and eventually become a maddening, time-wasting annoyance.

Software Testing Tools for Your QA Team

Ashley Hunsberger, Greg Sypolt and Chris Riley contributed to this post. Software testing tools are a vital resource for every successful QA team. But with so many tools and testing frameworks out there - from Selenium and Protractor to Espresso and Xcode - how do you choose which are best? How should your toolset vary depending on whether you do desktop testing, mobile [...]

Team Building and Quality Assurance

Ashley Hunsberger, Greg Sypolt and Chris Riley contributed to this post. How do you build an effective team of quality assurance (QA) engineers? Where do you look to recruit the best QA professionals? How should you integrate your QA team within the rest of your organization? These and other questions related to the topic of team building came up during a recent webinar hosted by Chris Riley, [...]

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