I started in Software/IT Industry in Delhi, India over 6 years ago from now. I entered in the IT industry originally to be a Java Developer because this language was in high demand. It was the default language used in my college course curriculum.
But as I gained experience, the business requirements drove me to develop my QA testing profile. My learning focused more on the testing side and I eventually became a QA Engineer. I have worked on several data migration projects and tried my hands at Manual Testing. Finally, I decided to move into Automation Testing because I quickly realized this is where I could add the most value. I realised that my QA skills could help significantly increase the productivity of the projects I worked on.
I felt really good about this topic and the subject. So I tried my best to explore new interesting tools as much as I could. At the same time, I was interested in learning about new domains encountered during the job I was doing for companies. Till now I got the opportunity to work in various domains such as US-HealthCare, Gaming, Logistics, Smart Locks, BFSI & Lifesciences.
Learning and performing automation by gathering knowledge on new domains was at first a little challenging to me. But somehow I managed both, as I am an avid learner. So I decided to learn new domains and in parallel, I tried to Automate regular tasks which I used to do manually.
In the beginning, I started with front end web-application Automation using Selenium and then extended this capability using API Testing using Postman. Then I extended this again to Performance testing, for that I used J-meter. I also got to work with CI/CD tools and for that I worked on Jenkins a lot.
My evaluation of Vitaq AI as the new AI Test Automation Tool.
Frankly speaking I have never expecting this type of tool in the current market.
I found it very intuitive to instantiate my required Test Actions and then connect them with each other to create a user jorney model of my test space. The tool is simply amazing and I found it so very easy to work with.
I love the concept of defining my User Journeys (User Sequences) that I care about as test goals. These goals targets are then used by the Test Automation AI to achieve my Test Automation Goals. This is a very powerful feature and lets me use the power of my computer to give me excellent test results, that I would normally have had to run and explore manually over a long period of time to achieve similar results.
Measuring QA testing progress
The QA coverage dashboard is easy to understand. It is fast to identify how much percentage (%) of my user journeys have been ‘covered’ and gives a great sense of understanding for where we are in our testing towards achieving the Test Automation Goals.
The simplicity to use the Vitaq AI Test Automation Tool makes it a tool which will be liked by everyone from QA tester, to development tester and even project managers. By deploying the power of advanced AI Machine Learning algorithms I could get much more done in much less time and Vitaq can definitely help to find defects and bugs which other approaches miss.