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Once more about writing asserts…

┬áSpoiler: I’m not going to re-invent a wheel or say extraordinary things in this post. All of the following is nothing more than well-known but passed through the prism of my experience. Internet is overflowed by articles how to write good unit (and not only) tests. Most of them are based on the The Art…

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Do you need a mentor?

– All code I write is… bullshit? – Yes, it is. (conversation between 2 developers somewhere in the Middle-earth) The cruel truth is that the dialogue above is valid for most of the people involved in programming to some extent (developers, automation guys, DevOps, etc.). It sounds crazy because you like coding, you do our…

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How to organize custom waitings in your C# tests

Every test automation specialist may encounter a situation when he needs to wait for something in his automated tests. For example, if he is testing a desktop application, he might need to wait for its GUI to be loaded completely. Or if he is designing automated tests for a web application, he might need to…

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