The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may seem like a thing of the past. Despite the original proposals being released in January 2012, there was still the much-anticipated mad panic earlier this year. As the implementation date
Three years ago I joined a company that was re-platforming its tech stack and transforming from waterfall to agile. With this, the software development and testing teams were being divided up into two pizza size, cross-functional teams.
I’ve been using SpecFlow for many years and it has definitely been a trusty ally, but recently I’ve been getting increasingly frustrated with it. Some regular frustrations include: no IntelliSense when writing scenarios “ambiguous step definitions” errors
Just under a year ago the team and I made the bold decision to delete our existing suite of automation UI test. The suite was your traditional web test framework – SpecFlow, Selenium WebDriver, Page Object Model.
Over the past year or so, I’ve been actively using my deck of TestSphere cards, mainly as a way of introducing people to the mindset of testing. Recently, however my good colleague Stu Crocker introduced me to