An easy way to Automate your UI Testing without the programming skill

An easy way to Automate your UI Testing without the programming skill

Scrum isn't easy, but it's effective. One of the things that teams struggle with is a way to automate their testing and learning techniques like Test-Drive Development or Behaviour-Driven Development.  Both which can be implemented in both the back-end and the front-end code.

One team, I work with also automates the UI testing. One tool they use and they include as part of their Definition of Done for each feature is building a test automation using...

Xamarin Fix: "Xcode license must be accepted in order to be connected..." Issue

Xamarin Fix: "Xcode license must be accepted in order to be connected..." Issue

I just recently updated my Mac to Sierra and Xcode 8.2.1 and right away had issues connecting to the Mac using the Xamarin Mac Agent from my Windows PC.  I made sure that the versions of Xamarin on the Mac and Visual Studio on the PC were the same version but kept getting the error "Xcode license must be accepted in order to be connected and working against the Mac".

You Might Be an Amateur Programmer and Not Even Know It

You Might Be an Amateur Programmer and Not Even Know It

The Professionals are organized, communicate regularly, and go above and beyond, Amateurs do not. Now, the term "Amateur" here sounds condescending, but it's not meant to be. It is a state based in two orders: the persons' mindset, and secondly, what they physically can or cannot do. This concept also extends to programming, where we encounter the two types: Amateurs and Professionals.

In addition to the Amateur and the Professional types, there is a third type, verbosely named 'the Amateur Who is Called a Professional'. This third type has four subsets that are worth mentioning.