Robot Framework - Jenkins CI & Git Version Control (

Robot Framework Agile best practices and automated continuous testing!

Created by: Bryan Lamb

Produced in 2022

What you will learn

  • More effectively collaborate with team members on new test automation features using Git version control
  • Create separate versions of your test automation scripts for dev, qa, and stage environments
  • Never be in fear of losing your test automation scripting work
  • Integrate Robot Framework tests into a Jenkins CI pipeline so your tests run automatically with each build, or at intervals you specify
  • More easily trigger Robot Framework tests and track execution trends using Jenkins

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Overall Score : 90 / 100

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Course Description

In this course I'll teach you how to integrate several key tools that any good test automation resource should know. We'll discuss several concepts that will take your skills and salary to the next level:
  • Collaboration using Git version control
  • Integrating Robot Framework with Jenkins CI
  • A complete end to end example
  • More!
By the end of the course, you should feel confident to pursue a role with any company who needs to introduce continuous integration and test automation into their software development lifecycle.Who this course is for:
  • Manual QA professionals who need to automate their regression testing
  • Manual QA professionals who want to learn best practice collaborative scripting processes
  • Developers who need to automate their smoke testing
  • Test automators who want to integrate automation into the build & deployment cycle

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Instructor Details

Bryan Lamb

Bryan Lamb is a 20 year veteran tech leader, entrepreneur, and educator. He runs a creative services company (development, audio, and video), and creates ultra-high quality online training courses!
Bryan's goal is to help improve your life, help you earn more income, help you gain confidence with a variety of skills, and empower you to do greater things that you ever imagined were possible!



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Assumes Pycharm has been installed, that does not appear to be a pre-requisite of the course however. (This is my first course so I really don't know what to expect).

Very well explained. Clear and concise, love it.

Very good Git, GitHub and Jenkins information.

The course isn't what I thought...I was hoping a course about Jenkins and Robot, but it is focused at Jenkins configuration.The first and second part are wonderful but this course isn't so good.

mis nog info over het automatisch runnen van meerdere jobs tegelijk of na elkaar

Excellent course which teaches you how to configure and run jobs on Jenkins, in order to execute test scripts from a remote GitHub repository.

Great ... to follow along. was able to do it on a single weekend..

By D K on

This part is better than the RF tutorials! The RF tutorials is painfully focused only on selenium. It would have been good to have a section or two on appium, and custom python and java classes as RF keywords. Please do add a 10 min section on each!

Great course good insight how to run your tests from the Jenkins pip-line, configurations etc well explained tutorials

it could go deeper on more jenkins plugins and possibilities, but it worth the money, alot ot usefull tips although not recommended for experienced users.

i wish here was more advance info about plugins

Well structured and said.