I think that when you work as a software tester, it’s important to have your mind trained to spot things and follow the logic of an application, so the capacity to focus is a key element. We are a team of software testers working in an open space office, but on different projects. One day, I realized that we started to talk or chat if we had something in mind, without checking first if the others were busy or not. Whenever I wanted to know what the progress was with some tests, I just raised my voice and asked my colleagues how we stand. Whenever I remembered something interesting I started telling the story. They were questions, news, concerns or whatever had happened to me during the previous day:
“- Did you reply to the client’s latest email?”
I’ve been using RobotFramework with its Selenium Library for web automation for quite a while now and have always had the problem of getting any scripts that use XPath run on Internet Explorer.
Robot-sumo, or pepe-sumo is a sport in which two robots attempt to push each other out of a circle/ring (in a similar fashion to the sport of sumo).
The robots used in this competition are called sumoBots.
The challengesfor the sumoBot are:
- to find the opponent (accomplished with IR [infrared], Ultrasound, Presence sensors)
- to push it out of the flat arena
- to avoid leaving the arena (usually by means of a sensor that detects the edge, e.g BW [Black & White] sensors)
Standardclass sumoBots: …