Intro to Test Automation Design, in The Testing Planet (& more)

The Testing Planet from  the Software Testing Club has indeed landed! It is chock full of excellent articles about testing, both technical and cultural. Just a sample of the titles: “Yes, It’s Personal”, “Context-driven Jumping”, “Testing & Creativity”, “Weekend Testing Fun”. I am extremely proud that my article, an introduction to test automation design, is on the front page!

Though The Testing Planet is available digitally, I urge you to subscribe to the print version. 1) it is way more fun and convenient (at least for us folks who prefer an actual newspaper with our morning tea), 2) it supports the magazine, and we need to support it and keep it going! The Software Testing Club rocks, it’s a great way to meet and exchange ideas with testers all over the planet. Give a little back to your testing community by supporting The Testing Planet.

Methods and Tools

I wrote a tool review of FitNesse for the Summer issue of Methods and Tools magazine. Please let me know if you have any questions about it.

3 comments on “Intro to Test Automation Design, in The Testing Planet (& more)

  1. Thanks for the lovely words 🙂

    If anyone is going to CAST hunt down Anne-Marie Charrett – she has some Testing Planet copies to give away 🙂

  2. Links in the article have spelling errors:

    >Information and downloads to install Robot Framework:
    >http://code.google.com/p/Robot Framework/wiki/Installation

    should be http://code.google.com/p/robotframework/wiki/Installation

    > Robot Framework Selenium Library downloads, including the demo:
    > http://code.google.com/p/Robot Framework-seleniumlibrary/

    Should be http://code.google.com/p/robotframework-seleniumlibrary/

    > Look up Selenium commands here:
    > http://code.google.com/p/Robot Framework-seleniumlibrary/wiki/LibraryDocumentation

    Should be http://code.google.com/p/robotframework-seleniumlibrary/wiki/LibraryDocumentation

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