LOL it's funny DDD is NOT an architecture. It's an approach! Do not misinform engineers

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Developers across big tech companies have started using automated testing tools, which are proving to be very effective and efficient too. Testers should turn themselves into developers, although it may take time to build the development skills. If they don't do, they would not be able to find a place in big product development companies.

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Indeed, the landscape of software testing has transformed significantly over the years.

Scalable, Standardized Tools: With the advent of AI and Robotic Process Automation, we're seeing an era of highly scalable and standardized testing tools. These powerful tools allow developers to build their own automated tests, improving efficiency and reducing human error. Such an approach not only accelerates the testing process but also increases its reliability.

Knowledge Dissemination: The spread of testing knowledge through education and consulting has led to a more informed and skilled developer community. This empowers teams to incorporate best practices from the outset and solve problems more effectively.

This shift is reminiscent of the transformative power of technology that Steve Jobs embodied. Just as Jobs envisioned and actualized user-friendly, standardized tech products, today's testing tools have brought standardization and efficiency to software testing.

In the grand scheme of things, these trends are creating an ecosystem where quality software can be developed more quickly and reliably, ultimately contributing to the evolution of the technology world.

It's a fascinating time to be a part of this journey.

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