Summary: When moving from doing all testing manually to introducing automated testing, the change of process often comes with some challenges that need to be addressed.
To increase the chances of success when equipping a QA team with a test automation tool, it’s important to realize that manual testing and test automation complement each other, and that both have strengths and weaknesses.
In this whitepaper, we’ll take a closer look at the role of testers and developers, and challenge traditional perceptions of their skills and responsibilities.
The role of the tester and why you should reconsider it
Use case of no-code test automation
How to close the skills gap between testers and developers