Share your biggest frustration with automation in testing!
Ok, so I do not have an immediate answer to this question. I can actually say I have no real big frustrations, but for the sake of the challenge I will try.
Let’s start with a list of possible top frustrations around automation in testing:
- ‘Automation in testing’ still has that buzzword aura around it
- The endless discussion test automation vs automation in testing vs automated checking etc.
- I personally like ‘automation in testing’ but am not opposed to ‘test automation’
- Having to convince new people (management/teammembers) every time of the added value of automation in testing.
Out of those I have to go with the first option: the buzzword aura around the term.
Happy frustrationless testing!