30 Days of Automation

This text was written as an answer to the “30 Days of Automation in Testing” Challenge. Check it out in the Ministry of Testing forum.

Checkout other posts of the #30daysoftesting in this blog here.

Greg Paskal’s “Test Automation in the Real World”

The second day of #30DaysOfAutomation is one of the simplest: Start reading a book related to automation, in order to comment about it by Day 30.

Although I had in my to-read stack some classic and books that I am more anxious to read (and re-read), as Mosley’s “Just Enough Software Test Automation” and Graham’s “Experiences of Test Automation”, I will play safe and pick a shorter and easier to read: The 100 pages long “Test Automation in the Real World: Practical Lessons for Automated Testing”, by Greg Paskal will be my choice.

Test Automation in the Real World: Practical Lessons for Automated Testing cover

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For its extent, I do not expect to have an detailed description of practices, cases, and ideas, but maybe one thing or two can trigger some interesting reflections.

Let’s see…