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A bug is still a bug

Do you know this situation, when you implemented some automated tests based on a requirement, but a test has been failing for ages because a bug in the implementation was never fixed? Yeah, that tends to happen. When you create an automated test, you read the requirements and the acceptance criteria. You discuss technical solutions. You, together with the product owner or business analyst and the team establish what is the expected behavior of the feature you will build. So, when you write your automated tests, you know exactly what...


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Published By: The Testing Planet - Wednesday, 11 July, 2018