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How do you utilize the fact that test automation is not delivered to the customer?

I've been struggling with this idea recently. In general (there are some exceptional case), we don't ship test automation code to our customers. But it is important to have well designed and robust test automation. But there should be something that we gain for test automation development. What would that be

Posted On: Friday 5th of October 2012 04:03:22 AM Total Views:  138
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