Category: user experience

Test automation styles and alternatives to the Page Object pattern

Alister Scott has posted some code examples on that show different solutions to a problem that arises for people implementing the Page Object pattern for test automation. I found Alister’s approach solutions interesting, because as my automation usually models business/user goals and/or domain features/concepts,  I don’t often have my own page abstraction.  See […]

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The essence of goal-driven design

I work with James, and he emailed this quote around the office – “UNIX was not designed to stop you from doing stupid things, because that would also stop you from doing clever things.” (attributed to Doug Gwyn) I had forgotten about my response until I re-subscribed to his blog just now. “Unix needs an […]

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