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On Monday, September 17, 2018 by Nishant Verma in ,

The hardest part of any process is “improvisation”. A couple of days back I was pairing with my son (4 years old) on his school homework and there were a couple of realizations or new learning for me. 


While I was telling him what is right and how to do it rightly, he was less willing to hear and was kind of sure that what he knew was right. It made me think that taking feedback doesn’t come naturallyRead more here ...  https://medium.com/@nishuverma/feedback-the-key-to-improvisation-1a0c8dd36166


On Thursday, August 09, 2018 by Nishant Verma in , ,
Fellow dev & QA's willing to improvise their test automation effectiveness, take up our quick 5 minutes survey and get a custom report with pointers to improvise your test automation strategy.  Link here: http://bit.ly/2nns4PV


On Friday, July 27, 2018 by Nishant Verma in , ,
Every one who is in a competitive world wants to stand out and gets identified as a valuable person to the team, to the organization and to the external world, unless he/she thinks they are obliging the company by their presence (Pun intended).

                                                  Courtesy: Google Image search 


Then why in a team of 3 or more generally only one gets identified as a most valuable contributor or maybe just 2. This is not a “how to post” for beating the competition, neither it will help you be more productive. It will do nothing of that sort, just to set the expectations right.
Ever wondered why most of us put in the same amount of effort but the only handful of people gets noticed. One of the key characteristics which a person need on a day to day life to stand out is “diligence”. While running the company for 4 years and having been able to interface with many people on the day to day basis, I clearly felt that people who put in diligence in their work stood out as a differentiator.
There was never a chance when the diligence got unnoticed. It also softly expresses your focus and dedication to the work. Most of the time, I noticed that the small mistakes which happened could have been eliminated had the person put in some diligence.
The good thing about diligence is that the presence is quiet but its absence is noisy and gets noticed very easily.
On Friday, July 27, 2018 by Nishant Verma in , , , ,
Make your mobile test automation more intelligent with the help of Optimus Dashboard. Reach out to me in case you want a free POC for your mobile app.
Read up more on Optimus here: https://github.com/testvagrant/optimusTemplate

On Friday, August 04, 2017 by Nishant Verma in ,
Gartner projects that by 2018, less than 0.01% of consumer mobile apps will be considered financial successes. 

The challenge of mobile apps is not how to develop but how to test and how much to test when you are on your toes with competitors shipping product enhancements every week or two. Image below (pic courtesy: comScore) expresses the spectrum which is a part of the problem to be addressed by your testing strategy.




Read up my blog on how you can increase your chances of success https://goo.gl/FqwAVp


On Wednesday, July 19, 2017 by Nishant Verma in , , ,
Glad to share that my book on appium titled Mobile Test Automation with Appium is now listed under appium official site as one of the book & resources to read and learn appium.



About This Book
  • How to automate testing with Appium
  • Apply techniques for creating comprehensive tests
  • How to test on physical devices or emulators
  • Discover Appium and how to set up an automation framework for mobile testing
  • Understand desired capabilities and learn to find element locators
  • Learn to automate gestures and synchronize tests using Appium
  • Take an incremental approach to implement page object pattern
  • Learn to run Appium tests on emulators or physical devices
  • Set up Jenkins to run mobile automation tests by easy to learn steps
  • Discover tips and tricks to record video of test execution, inter app automation concepts
  • Learn to run Appium tests in parallel on multiple devices simultaneously


Who This Book Is For
Are you a mobile developer or a software tester who wishes to use Appium for your test automation? If so, then this is the right book for you. You must have basic Java programming knowledge. You don't need to have prior knowledge of Appium.

What You Will Learn
  • Discover Appium and how to set up an automation framework for mobile testing
  • Understand desired capabilities and learn to find element locators
  • Learn to automate gestures and synchronize tests using Appium
  • Take an incremental approach to implement page object pattern
  • Learn to run Appium tests on emulators or physical devices
  • Set up Jenkins to run mobile automation tests by easy to learn steps
  • Discover tips and tricks to record video of test execution, inter app automation concepts
  • Learn to run Appium tests in parallel on multiple devices simultaneously

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