In our last blog entry, we shared with you the steps for developing a compelling case for test automation. That leaves us with the question – How do you develop an Automation Development Lifecycle? Bob Galen proposes the answer in his article, “Establishing Your Automation Development Lifecycle”.
The IT Metrics and Productivity Institute (ITMPI) is a sister organization to Computer Aid. ITMPI’s main goal is to promote…
There are lots of Software Development Lifecycles (SDLCs) out there. The selected SDLC affects everything from requirements gathering to QA and testing. So just how does the selected SDLC affect what you do for QA? In this article, we look at Waterfall, Agile, and XP methods.
In our last few blog entries, we’ve explored how to develop a compelling, whiz-bang case for test automation and how to develop an SDLC for automation development. In this entry, we’d like to answer the following question based on the opinions of Bob Galen: How do you determine appropriate automation selection criteria?