The (MIS)Estimation of the Bewilderment Factor in Test Automation Projects
What happens in a test automation project when input test case designs to be automated and their associated requirements are not trustworthy or they change, evolve or become inconsistent, even when the project is already started?
One of the main consequences of such kind of situations is bewilderment. This answer poses a challenge: how to deal with the bewilderment factor in projects?
The bewilderment factor is the extra effort produced as a result of one or more of the following circumstances [...]
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