Deep work as a tester
I have been reading this great book: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25744928-deep-work that has gotten me to ask some hard questions about my work, life style, career and its progression.
Over the years I have seen many testers, automation engineers, SDETs’, QA engineers and some more variations in their title that usually have ‘Test Automation’ as a core skill set. I witnessed projects of varying complexity in mobile and web projects that have individuals…
I can’t help but get excited when apple was talking about UI testing in WWDC 2015, state of the platform talk. Yes, there is appium and yes apple usually sucks at creating testing tools but this year appears to be different. Or perhaps I am…
I accidentally found that in Xcode 9 UI tests need no more a simulator to be present to run the tests.
There are also a myriad of improvements for simulators and XCUITests.
Checkout this detailed blog post: http://shashikantjagtap.net/hands-xcuitest-features-xcode-9/ for more info.