Seretta Gamba has 40 years’ experience in development and fifteen in test automation.
After going through all the usual developer roles, in 2001 she was put in charge of test automation for her company. She developed a framework that enabled her company to quickly get excellent results. Having talked about the framework in a couple of conferences she met Dorothy Graham and was invited to write a chapter in the book, Experiences of Test Automation. With Dorothy Graham she has been developing the Test Automation Patterns Wiki and is now writing a story book about the patterns.
In this tongue-in-cheek talk I will show how easy it is to disrupt or utterly ruin a test automation project. By describing seven proven methods to reach this end, I intend to give managers, testers and automators the means to recognize early on if their automation is in danger.
And by ‘warning’ against possible defences I will actually give them the tools to counter and solve such issues