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Published on Mar 21, 2017
Too often, when discussing test automation, we focus on how time-consuming it is to set it up. Indeed, there is a significant effort required to implement a framework, add test cases and maintain all that as requirements evolve. However, a very important component remains overlooked: the daily routine of monitoring test results, including detecting defects both in the automation framework or the product, logging them in a tracking system, and removing the false positives caused by known issues.