Impressive and engaging talks at the Northern Lights testing conference

5/17/16 / by Gordon Mckeown posted in automated testing, defining software tests, defining test scope, GUI testing, QA testing, Quality assurance, Test automation, test scalability, Testing tools, TestPlant Events, UI testing, Gordon McKeown, Northern Lights conference, Test tools

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I recently presented at the Northern Lights conference in Manchester. This conference was hosted by the BCS (British Computing Society), and my talk was “Tools. Techniques. Trouble? Why test automation is getting more difficult, and what can be done about it.” You may have seen my blog post from ahead of the show, but if you haven’t yet, you can find it here.

I focussed on automating user interactions with the System under Test (SUT) and automating the creation of test scripts but not the automation of the testing process itself. I addressed both functional and load testing.

For those who weren’t there, here are the key points that I covered in my presentation:

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