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Cut down Pesticide Paradox in your test automation

Let’s first see what is pesticide paradox is. I have extracted the definition and explanation from the ISTQB foundation level syllabus.

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“If the same tests are repeated over and over again, eventually these tests no longer find any new defects. To detect new defects, existing tests and test data may need changing, and new tests may need to be written. (Tests are no longer

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Sajitha Pathirana

Sajitha Pathirana

Tech Enthusiast, SDET | Test Automation Consultant, and a Product Designer. I write about QA Trends, Testing, and Test Automation.

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