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For me, I use my test automation to generate data on our platform (which it does naturally).

Now, I'm not just producing gibberish. I leverage our automated data generation process used for testing to . . . "generate data" without actual machine verifications.

Example: the company I work for produces documentation for our customers. When that final documentation needs to be updated we have to create countless scenarios of data-to-document combinations. Leveraging our automated tests to produce this data-to-document has been a tremendous time saving for not only my QA team, but for the developers and our stakeholders.

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I've been in the software development space for 20+ year. The majority of my time has been either as a Software Quality Engineer or Managing Software Development efforts (Devs & QAs).
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