Automated Testability: The Missing Link in Test Automation

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Summary:

Many organizations invest in test automation tools that become "shelfware." One answer is automated testability-how well an application supports the implementation, execution, and maintenance of automated testing. John Fodeh explains how the quality of an applications automated testability is defined by control; visibility; consistency; reliability; persistence; and documentation.

Many organizations invest in test automation tools that become "shelfware." One answer is automated testability-how well an application supports the implementation, execution, and maintenance of automated testing. John Fodeh explains how the quality of an applications automated testability is defined by control; visibility; consistency; reliability; persistence; and documentation.

Learn ways to improve automated testability during the early design stages of the application to dramatically increase your test automation success. Plus, find out how to improve automated testability in your current applications.

About the author

John Fodeh's picture John Fodeh

A consultant at HP Software, John Fodeh has several years of experience in the field of software testing, quality management, and process improvement. John has presented at numerous conferences including STAREAST, STARWEST, EuroSPI, and EuroSTAR. John can be reached at john.fodeh@hp.com.

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