Microsoft the next General Motors?

I was reading an article a few months ago entitled, “is Silicon Valley the next Detroit…”, and I found it very interesting.

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Automation Adoption

One of the basic challenges with test automation is adoption.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve cataloged licenses for a company and found out they already have many different automation software packages, none of which is being used.  Traditionally I’ve been told that is because the tools don’t work and that the teams had a hard time implementing the automation.

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My Attempt to Clarify My “Everything” statement

I got some comments on my post “Test Everything all the Time” — most notably people commenting that it’s impossible to test “everything”.  I can’t agree more.  The intention of the post was to make the point that we need to be able to test “everything we can” all the time.  That is, you should be constantly iterating your automation, and not “waiting to run” the automation.  Also, the point was to talk about how test design can solve all of your problems, not the automation tool.  The tool is just an means to an end.

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