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The Pathologies of Failed Test Automation Projects

  • 09/03/2017
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Learn to avoid these mistakes

Creating test automation projects can be a tricky and time-consuming process. By detecting possible faults early, you will improve the likelihood that your test automation projects will be a success.

This eBook analyses five failure patterns that contribute to test automation project failure.

 

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Michael.Stahl 1.1Michael Stahl is a SW Validation Architect at Intel. In thihttps://huddle.eurostarsoftwaretesting.com/ebook-pathologies-failed-test-automation-projects/s role, he defines testing strategies and work methodologies for test teams, and sometimes even gets to test something himself – which he enjoys most.

Michael has presented papers in SIGiST Israel, STARWest, STAREast, EuroSTAR and other international conferences.

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Daragh Murphy

Daragh is Content Marketing Specialist for EuroSTAR Conferences & Huddle. An avid rugby fan, Daragh loves to watch Munster and Ireland games. If you see him at the EuroSTAR Conference he might have a video camera in his hand - stop him and ask him about his beagler (beagle/king charles cavalier cross) pup Nelson.

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