Teams will produce two major deliverables: Automation code and an automation concept.
Since this is an international event, we need the results in English.
The programming language is free to choose for the teams; our judges are automation practitioners and can handle it.
The automation code needs to be given to the judges for review and inspection.
We recommend something common like github; but any open readable storage will suffice (please don’t send dozens of single txt files please).
The content and format of the automation concept is up to each team, but it should help the decision maker figure out about the situation of the automation, if it needs further improvements, what to invest in next, and so on. Ideally, the concept would also include how you decided what to automate and how your team spent their time.
For example, your report would start with a description of the state of the SUT, then it could include what you think is most important to automate; then you could add some details about your strategy and the key problems you found.
At the end of the competition, you will need to email your concept and the code storage links with the subject line “Test Deliverables for [Team_Name]”. (The email address will be provided to teams in advance).
We expect to receive it “shortly after” the official end of the competition. Ideally, teams will allow some time within their time box for this. We are willing to allow a grace period of 5 minutes to receive it.