Happy New Year from TestCraft!
What a way to end the decade. The demand for faster software releases is higher than ever, and we at TestCraft are stoked about the ways we have helped testers become more integral to the development process. We want to thank you for being part of our growing community, and for taking part in the many conversations we’ve had over the year about test automation, DevOps, and QA. None of this would have been possible without you.
Some exciting highlights from 2019 include:
- 35+ million test elements executed
- 200% increase in the number of applications tested
- 6,450 average maintenance hours saved per customer (that’s 3 years, on average!)
- 1 sexy new UI
We hope that you’re enjoying your holiday break, whether it’s by wearing ugly sweaters or drinking champagne to your heart’s content. Here’s a roundup of some of our most popular posts to curl up with by the fireplace (or space heater) until 2020.
Our top guides:
Our Selenium testing eBook, which shares everything you need to know before implementing Selenium automation testing into your manual testing operations.
This ultimate checklist with all the top questions you should ask when selecting a test automation tool, compiled from a pool of 5,000+ conversations with testing executives.
A comprehensive overview of codeless test automation, and how it’s making a major impact on the world of software testing.
Webinar fan favorites of 2019:
Chris Kenst’s talk about how to participate in code reviews as a tester.
A panel discussion about the impact and scope of AI in testing, featuring Paul Grizzaffi, Jennifer Bonine, Eran Kinsbruner and Dror Todress.
Our webinar with BossBoss of Ministry of Testing Richard Bradshaw, where he challenges our community to redefine test automation in our companies.
The best of the TestCraft blog:
This list of the top 7 QA blogs you need to follow in 2019 (and in general).
These best practices for doing effective test design so you can set yourself up for test automation success.
Some important advice for convincing your management team to take the plunge and invest in automation testing.
Happy New Year from the TestCraft team!