Tuesday, November 6, 2012

MetaAutomation Grows Up: New, Refined Definition

I'm preparing for my talk tonight at SeaSPIN meeting in Bothell, WA, with details on the site here:
This is the first time I've presented the material in this medium (a one-hour talk) and in preparing, I have a new and more refined definition:
Metaautomation is a meme of well-known practices and interrelated software technologies, used to communicate, plan, and execute on scaling automation up in strength and effectiveness and integrating software quality more effectively into the SDLC.
First-order metaautomation describes technologies applied at automation runtime.
Second-order metaautomation includes techniques applied to artifacts of one or more automated tests at some time after a test run is complete.

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