Synchronise WebDriver and Avoid Flaky Test Automation - My New Online Course is Available on Linkedin Learning Now
Mar 8, 2016
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I know that some people will have read, and been able to implement the notes I published after testing the House of Test Data Generation contest application.
I also know that a video can help people overcome issues trying to implement the notes because you’ll be able to see my testing in action and the steps I take to create the project and add the jar to the project etc.
So I have turned the case study notes into a set of free videos.
I have uploaded the first video to YouTube, if you want to watch it prior to signing up to watch the videos for free on the training site.
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