Wow, this is the 200th post I have written here on Adventures in Automation.
This blog started a bit over two years ago. As I was trying to do one last big push to try to (somehow) make the shift from manual to automated testing, my wife suggested that instead of the many research notes I was compiling stay on my computer, why not share them in a blog?
It was a fabulous suggestion! Not only did I have a code portfolio on GitHub that employers could view, they also received a walkthrough of the code with my blog from automating a simple site covering basic concepts, to building a test framework for more complex sites and testing more complex APIs.
It's still a mad scramble for me; I've only been coding on-the-job for the past two years.
Right now, I am attempting to figure out how to assemble a mobile testing framework with Serenity BDD to handle tests and reports, and Appium to handle mobile automation.
I have to say, thank you, dear reader, for all of your support over the past two years.
And, by the way .... Happy Testing!
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