BIG Testing – How to Design Tests

Hans Buwalda


Large-scale testing projects can stress many of the testing practices we have gotten used to over the years. This can result in less than optimal outcomes. A number of ideas and concepts have therefore emerged to support industrial-strength testing of big and complex projects. In this excerpt from a larger workshop Hans Buwalda shares experiences and the strategies he and his colleagues have used for testing on large projects, both in Europe and the US. Learn how to design tests specifically for automation and how to successfully incorporate keyword testing.....

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About Me!

Hans has been working with information technology since his high school years. In his career, Hans has gained experience as a developer, manager, and principal consultant for companies and organizations worldwide. He was a pioneer of the keyword approach to testing and automation, now widely used throughout the industry. His approaches to testing—action-based testing and soap opera testing—have helped a variety of customers achieve scalable and maintainable solutions for large and complex testing challenges. Hans is a frequent speaker at STAR conferences and is lead author of Integrated Test Design and Automation.

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