30 Days of Automation in Testing Day 8: Demo your automation


(Heather) #1

The challenge for Day 8 of 30 Days of Automation in Testing is

Demo some of your automation to ʻnon-technicalʼ members of your team.

I’ve grabbed some of the tweets I found for this

How did you succeed with the task?


(Kumar) #2

I had created some sample solution files that I usually use to mentor testers who are keen on learning automation.

Please refer this link to view the sample automation solution file on Java platform: https://github.com/kumarcode/javaAutomationAutoTrader
Please refer this link to view the sample automation solution file on C# platform: https://github.com/kumarcode/sampleCsharpAutomationEbay

Following the above solution could be pretty straight forward for those who already have some understanding about the basic OOPS concepts.

Please reach out to me for any assistance, I’d be happy to help. You can also refer this link for further details: https://qakumar.wordpress.com/2018/07/09/day-8-demo-your-automation/


(Karishma) #3

#Day 8 :Demo you Automation
Katalon Studio is a free and powerful automated testing tool for web testing, mobile testing, and API testing.
I created and demo scripts with Katalon on how to Automate Web Applications and API Testing .


(David) #4

I am actually behind in my 30 days, but this literally just happened today.

I have been working on automating a very tedious process that we sometimes have to endure. First I took the person through the tedious process the manual way. This took a couple of hours, but partly because we were automating the ‘how-to’ documentation along the way with screen shots. It takes most people about an hour if they are already familiar with the process.

Then we did it using my automation tool, which takes a couple of minutes. (it still requires interaction with a piece of hardware.)

“Wait…you wrote this!?”

She was very impressed. Of course I joked how it took me 3 days to make a 1 hour task take 2 minutes. But most of those days were spent learning a new automation tool :smiley:

She wants to learn it now.

-Dave K


(AMIT) #5

I demoed Automated Security Testing using OWASP-ZAP API using Python by incorporating automated UI functional tests.


(Pablo) #6

@amtoya - I did something similar last year where I demonstrated how QA can use simple tools like BugMagnet, BurpeSuite, and ZAP to perform first-level Security Tests.

It went well. Security is where I’m headed in my career.


(Pablo) #7

I have the same thing, written in both JAVA and PYTHON, but IP (intellectual property) restrictions prevent me from posting any source material.