One Site For Everything Automation

Latest technology information? Code samples? How to guides? Best practices? Discussion about the latest trends?
Why go from site to site to find all this in different places, we will have it all here to ensure you can spend more time learning and less time browsing.

EASY TO FOLLOW CODE

Code samples aren’t much good if they are difficult to follow. We aim to make sure that when you open our code, you know exactly what’s going on. 

HOW-TO GUIDES FOR THE MOST IMPORTANT TOPICS

A lot of sites will tell you how to do things that you’ll almost certainly never need to use in your day to day job. We aim to teach you only what you need. Whether it’s writing tests or building frameworks, we’ve got you covered.

CONTENT THAT’S EASY TO FIND

Sites that offer content on topics as broad as automation will often make it tricky to find what it is you’re looking for. We will make sure our content is split in to logical sections, with clear navigation around the site so you can find exactly what it is you’re looking for.

TRANSPARENCY

I don’t claim to be the greatest coder, nor the greatest automation tester. What I will try to teach you will be honest and clear from the start. I will write articles that detail my mistakes in the past and why it’s important that you don’t make them, because learning from experience is the best way.

Latest Posts

Testing trends

Trends – The Return of Codeless Automation

In my first ever test automation role, I was introduced to a tool called QTP which my team had used to bodge a very crude framework written in Visual Basic.[…]

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Mistakes that make you facepalm

Mistakes – Like Riding a Bike…

There comes a point in your progression of learning to code where you start to feel comfortable, almost complacent. While you acknowledge you’re far from the best coder and there’s[…]

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Selenium Locators

Selenium – XPath Unleashed Part One

In one of the first articles on the site, I talked about locators and how to use them. In that article, I talked about how XPath locators can be horrible[…]

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The Team

The team is small right now, but we’re always looking for people to contribute articles and content to the site.

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