Sunday, April 15, 2012
Where I work, customers have no such choice. When we upgrade our releases, every customer worldwide either gets some new features or suffers from the fact that we have to deliver another series of extra releases to fix what we've broken in the previous update. Anyhow, it is only a question of time until cars also get equipped with software that you may or may not need to upgrade/patch on a regular basis in order to keep them running while all those oldies will still work fine without.
Friday, April 6, 2012
And often, even if none of those typical UI test automation challenges is one that you face today, you will still have to sit there watching the script running, so you're ready for some extra test script babysitting actions. If you weren't there observing your scripts but going out for a coffee instead, don't expect your roboter to have completed successfully its job when you've come back to your desk...
That is just a few of the reasons, why I love testing below the UI so much.