Who let this guy in here?
The last few weeks have been a great learning experience for me - I can officially say 'I can write code'. ... It will be bad code, to be sure, but it's code! I had the opportunity to (be allowed to) pursue what I deemed a high business-value target - introducing test automation (outside of unit tests). One PluralSight course later and guy thinks he can dev. Spoke to our QA guy, and he was enthusiastic, a few other devs mentioned it was a good idea, so hay, here we are. The course: https://www.pluralsight.com/courses/automated-testing-framework-selenium In C# no less, which our team has been using a fair bit. We're still in early days, but the repo has grown quite a bit - now have tests/framework pieces across 3 different applications. I have absolutely zero development background (aside from PowerShell scripting and basic tutelage of a few sharp folk over the years), but the need was there. Somebody had to do it! ( they will rue the day, at some point )