Integrate Kubernetes into your build pipeline and keep minimum cost.

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Test automation could be compared in some case to this “KAPLA” tower. It is smooth and easy at the beginning when there are not so many bricks, but the more you build, the trickier it gets to maintain without making compromises. Typically the bigger your system gets, the more time it takes to execute your automated tests. As a result, the development feedback loop provided by your tests increases alongside unfortunately…

UI tests execution time increases overtime

As a test automation engineer many of us have experienced this issue while maintaining and adding new UI (or system tests more generally) tests in our test suite: test…

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Following several project simultaneously, whether it is for work or personal project can be a little bit tricky to follow easily. Here we will walk through the creation of a local and free dashboard to keep track of the different projects and the status of the different pipelines within them. If you feel comfortable with CI providers rest API, you can easily extend the following example and adapt it to your needs.


I am often working on different project at the same time, both for work and private ones. Though I often face problems when monitoring them. …

or how to keep things simple and low cost.

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We are all searching for the perfect tools or frameworks for our work. In the context of load testing, what we look for is something powerful and simple, yet flexible at the same time. Ideally, you would just need edit a few variables in a configuration file, run a simple command line, get the results and be done!

Oh right.. also you might want to keep a low cost, and only pay for what you need when you need it, no more, no less.

On the same concept as my previous…

Clément Joye

IT professional with hands on automation, test and development. I’m always on the lookout for new paths and love to build solutions and systems from scratch.

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