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Considering Effectiveness in Test Automation - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Tomasz Kunicki @TimiTaoPL What matters about test automation is feedback. For new functionality we should have a guarantee of correctly implemented code/functionality and for old parts – of not having created new bugs. What is effectiveness (accuracy) and what change could fighting for it in tests bring? How does it differ from efficiency and … The post Considering Effectiveness in Test Automation appeared first on Nomad PHP.
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