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Observations and lessons learned from automated testing

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3 Author(s)
Berner, S. ; Zuhlke Eng. AG, Zurich-Schlieren, Switzerland ; Weber, R. ; Keller, R.K.

This report addresses some of our observations made in a dozen of projects in the area of software testing, and more specifically, in automated testing. It documents, analyzes and consolidates what we consider to be of interest to the community. The major findings can be summarized in a number of lessons learned, covering test strategy, testability, daily integration, and best practices. The report starts with a brief description of five sample projects. Then, we discuss our observations and experiences and illustrate them with the sample projects. The report concludes with a synopsis of these experiences and with suggestions for future test automation endeavors.

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Software Engineering, 2005. ICSE 2005. Proceedings. 27th International Conference on

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15-21 May 2005