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Your Automated Execution Does Not Have to be Flaky

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Have you experienced flaky test automation? Particularly GUI Automation? Have you accepted flakiness as the normal state of affairs? If so, this webinar is for you.

Automated execution does not have to fail intermittently, even through the GUI. In this webinar Alan will attempt to remove the word ‘flakiness’ from your vocabulary  Your test execution is not flaky. It is too easy to say ‘flaky’ and then blame ‘GUI execution’. This is too easy an excuse. You have experienced intermittent failures.  You have chosen to live with them, you haven’t fixed the causes of intermittent failure.

In this webinar Alan will explore the myths of flakiness so you never use those as excuses again. He will also cover common reasons for intermittent failures in automated execution, and common patterns for resolving intermittent execution.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Your Test Execution is not ‘flaky’, it is failing intermittently
  2. It is possible to remove intermittent failures, even when automating through a GUI
  3. Commons solutions: synchronisation, data control, environmental isolation
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Alan Richardson

Alan Richardson has more than twenty years of professional IT experience, working as a programmer and at every level of the testing hierarchy from tester through head of testing. Author of the books “Selenium Simplified” and “Java For Testers”. Alan also has created online training courses to help people learn Technical Web Testing and Selenium WebDriver with Java. He works as an independent consultant, helping companies improve their use of automation, agile, and exploratory technical testing. Alan posts his writing and training videos on, and

3 comments to Your Automated Execution Does Not Have to be Flaky

  1. Peter Sidor says:

    Great webinar, provides a handy list of possible reasons for ‘flakiness’ and the solutions – or at least where to start looking for them.

    I hope the presentation will be available for download soon! 🙂

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