Manual vs. Automated Testing: the Chicken and Egg Question Answered!

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November 13, 2011

Manual vs. Automated Testing: the Chicken and Egg Question Answered!

Manual vs. Automated Testing: the Chicken and Egg Question Answered!

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October 29-30, 2011
Renaissance Moscow
Test Automation for Trading Systems

Marina Kudryavtseva, ClubQA Co-Founder, Kostroma

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November 13, 2011
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  1. Manual vs. Automated Testing: the Chicken and Egg Question Answered!

    Marina Kudryavtseva EXTENT October 2011
  2. Post Trade System

  3. Preconceptions Advantages Automated Testing Manual Testing Within a short period

    of time, you can cover all the major test cases. Using tools, you can check all kind of cases like performance and load of the software. It is the best choice for regression, functional, performance, load testing. This testing can be executed on different operating platforms within the same allocated period of time Within a short period of time, you can obtain test results of many test cases. It is used in both big and small projects The test cases can be added or removed according to the direction of the project. The more time tester spends testing a module the grater the odds to find real user bugs  Tester can execute random/sapient testing. Disadvantages The tester can launch a set of tests multiple times. In certain cases, automated tests do not allow finding the root cause of defects. Real performance and load numbers cannot be determined for a huge number of clients. Manual testing is time consuming. Each time there is a new build, the tester must return all required tests – which after a while would become very mundane and tiresome.
  4. Testing of complex GUI

  5. From manual to automated and vice versa

  6. Testing & Checking The Context-driven school was founded by CemKaner,

    BrianMarick, JamesBach, and BretPettichord. The school was founded on November 21, 1999.  Checking is something that we do with the motivation of confirming existing beliefs.  Testing is something that we do with the motivation of finding new information.
  7. Summary Automated Testing Manual Testing Manual Testing Automated Testing Automated

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  8. Summary Automated Testing Manual Testing Manual Testing Automated Testing Automated

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