- Whittle down big tests into smaller, shorter ones.
- Don’t wait for the perfect tool, perfect use case, perfect resources. Just start with small automation.
- Smaller tests let you learn faster, contribute sooner, create forward momentum, and get more frequent feedback.
- Let teams focus on learning test automation first before you ask them to focus on complex business logic.
- Automate in small sprints so you can gauge progress, iterate and gather feedback on them from testers, developers and product owners.
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