Criteria to decide number of test cases to be automated per day/hr?
User tomeble (email@example.com) posted:
I completely agree. Each project is going to have it's own metrics.
Each team member will need to code and debug at least one
representative test case in order for management to accurately
estimate the needed resources and time to completion.
I've been on projects where you could get done 3/day and projects
where you could get done 10/day.
It would be unrealistic to expect to begin a new project and estimate
how many scripts/day you can code (and therefore how long it will
take you to finish them), without first examining the manual test
cases, the AUT, the human resources and coding some samples.
Then, even after you have mgmt your estimate, you should do some book-
keeping in case you need to revise your timelines, etc...
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