Decoding Automation: a no-code podcast by Leapwork

Decoding Automation is a no-code podcast brought to you by Leapwork and hosted by Lucía Cavero-Baptista and Maria Homann. Gain insights into the world of codeless automation through interviews with top industry experts and learn how to optimize your enterprise for digital transformation through no-code automation.

#9: Codeless test automation and ROI

In this episode of Decoding Automation, Owen Savage talks to Leapwork's Head of Business Value Consulting, Kristian Bjørn, about the benefits of codeless test automation for return on investment (ROI).

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#8 Top 4 Test Automation Trends in 2022

In this episode, Anand Chandra from the renowned IT consultancy firm Accolite Digital, and Sune Engsig from Leapwork, share their predictions on the top 4 test automation trends to look out for in 2022, as they reflect on the challenges facing the QA industry this year and beyond.

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#7 Best practices for building maintainable and scalable test automation

In this solo episode of Leapwork's podcast, Maria Homann shares expert advice from Leapwork's automation specialists on how to build test automation that is easy to maintain and scale.

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#6 How no-code test automation closes the skills gap in software development

In this episode, we discuss the roles and responsibilities of testers and developers, and how those roles have changed over time - particularly with the introduction of test automation. We talk about how skills gaps in software development have become a common issue, and how automation in some cases becomes a barrier to agile, instead of an enabler, and how no-code helps solve these issues. We also touch upon topics such as citizen development, Shadow IT, scaling and maintainability.

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#5 How to Benefit from Test Automation and RPA, fast

In this episode, we talk about the differences between test automation and RPA, and how businesses can benefit from these technologies. We discuss a business case where a process went from taking about 45 minutes to 2 minutes, and automation specialists Sune Engsig and Florin Manole lay out the requirements for automation tools that will let businesses see these types of benefits, fast. We also talk about no-code, low-code, citizen developers, and more.

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#4 How to do Regression Testing Faster

Development and QA teams face a lot of pressure to release faster and more frequently. With the economic downturn that has followed the corona crisis, the pressure to do more with less has only increased. What's more, maintenance burdens, developer dependencies, and time restraints create even more bottlenecks and slow down the release cycle. So how can we do regression testing faster while ensuring quality? Praveen Kumar, Leapwork’s Customer Success Director, answers this question in this episode.

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#3 Will AI Take Over Automation?

What is artificial intelligence and how is this technology used in the automation world? Florin Manole, Leapwork's Director of AI & Analytics, talks about all things AI, such as ML, OCR, and NLP, while discussing hyperautomation and self-healing technology, two of the most trending topics at the moment. Learn about real-world AI use cases and how to implement AI in your organization.

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#2 What are the requirements for successful automation?

In today's episode, we find out which are the key ingredients that will allow you, your team, or organization to create the perfect automation recipe for success. Sune Engsig, Senior Evangelist at Leapwork, explains how governance, stable automation and having an 'automation mindset' are key requirements for successful and scalable automation.

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#1 The No-Code Manifesto: Codeless Automation

In this first episode, Claus Topholt gives a short introduction to The No-Code Manifesto.

Learn what no-code automation is, his motivation behind the manifesto, and what a future with no-code automation could look like.

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