Nils Wild, M. Sc. RWTH

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Nils Wild
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Transformation towards Test Automation
  • Researcher: Nils Wild
  • Time: 2020 – ongoing

Test automation is a central requirement in DevOps, which many companies adopt to increase the quality of their products and reduce the time to market. Despite the efforts, most companies still rely on manual testing to assess the functionality of their products. Besides the time to automate Tests, expertise is needed to design suitable test cases and to achieve the necessary testability of the products and automatability for the test cases. On the one hand, this requires a definition of testability and factors that hinder and promote it. On the other hand, testability does not guarantee automatability. This must be considered as well. Enabling these features of the software and the transformation of manual tests into automated tests can be considered as refactoring tasks.

Publications

Latest publications:

  • Nan Soe, Nils Wild, Sansiri Tanachutiwat, Horst Lichter (2022):
    Design and Implementation of a Test Automation Framework for Configurable Devices. In 2022 4th Asia Pacific Information Technology Conference ,Association for Computing Machinery,Virtual Event, Thailand, pp.200–207.
    Doi:10.1145/3512353.3512383
  • Nils Wild, Horst Lichter, Peter Kehren (2020):
    Test Automation Challenges for Application Landscape Frameworks. In Proceedings of 2020 IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation Workshops (ICSTW) ,IEEE, pp.330--333.
    Doi:10.1109/ICSTW50294.2020.00059 PDF
  • Christian Plewnia, Andreas Steffens, Nils Wild, Horst Lichter (2020):
    A lightweight collaborative approach for teaching software project labs with industry partners. In Joint Proceedings of 3rd Software Engineering Education Workshop (SEED 2020) & Workshop on NLP Advancements for Software Engineering (NLPaSE 2020 ), Singapore, December 1 , Vol. 2799 ,CEUR-WS.org, pp.1--8. PDF
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Winter semester 2022/2023

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