Working as a test automation engineer in a software development team has its challenges, certainly during a pandemic. A large part of our communication with the development team consists of reporting bugs. So, even more so now, working isolated from our home-offices, we need to be aware of the perception that all testers do is finding bugs and ‘throwing them over the wall’.
Luckily, there are many testing tools that can help facilitate team collaboration. These tools help us visualize our test efforts and remind our team members that we share a common goal: delivering a quality product.
Today we will take a closer look at 2 test automation tools that enable the developer-tester collaboration.