How using Cucumber in Selenium can help you show what you test. Isn’t it bothering you that you are one of the few in your company who is able to automate tests? Wouldn’t it be much better if business managers, users and functional testers could read and understand your automated test-scripts or even better: be able to help you creating and executing automated tests? This masterclass will help you describe your automated tests in normal sentences so you can let your colleagues write the test and you can handle the automation. Richard and Robbin will go over the basics of using Cucumber with Selenium. Together we will set up your tests and navigate through a test website. You will write tests in structured steps which will help you presenting and communicating your tests on a functional level.
In addition, you will be able to avoid redundancy in code and test steps, which reduces the time for maintenance. After this course you will have a basic understanding of how you can harness the power of Cucumber to structure your test and have both development and business help you with creating and improving your automated tests. Because you can (and should) do the entire masterclass on your own device, you will be able to take it home with you and run it for yourself or demo it to colleagues. You will be able to modify it for your own application with ease and start implementing it in your test process immediately!
This is an introduction masterclass for testers who want to improve their automated tests and make them readable for the business. Although little knowledge about test automation is required to be able to start and complete this masterclass, some experience in using Selenium and Java is recommended. What you will need is a healthy curiosity to improve the speed and quality of your testing process and the drive to streamline your development process flow.
Richard and Robbin are both working as Testers at Qquest and will host their masterclass on Tuesday September 22, as one of the hands-on masterclasses that day. Interested to see more of the program? Visit the program page!
Live conference: to meet responsibly and safely
Your health is important to us! With the current guidelines it is possible to host a physical conference this year with 1,5 social distance. We will follow all the guidelines set by the Dutch Government and the RIVM, and take appropriate measures to ensure all of our guests’ safety. Below you can find more details about the corona protocol for Test Automation Days. More information.
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About Test Automation Days
Test Automation Days is a unique two day conference focused on test automation. In 2020 we will celebrate our 10th anniversary on September 22 & 23 in Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, The Netherlands.The first day will be focused on opportunities for the attendees to learn by doing! A tutorial/workshop day full of half-day workshops, where tools, technologies and innovative practices flourish! The workshops will give novice, medium-experienced and advanced test automation engineers the opportunity to gain and share their experiences.
The second day will be more focusing on exchanging ideas and tips through talks and presentations, including master classes of two hours for more hands-on experiences.