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Creating an Effective Web UI Test Automation Process with Selenium and Jenkins
Wednesday February 15th 2017 at 6PM
Featuring Stephen Burlingame
(location details provided below Eventbrite link)
About This Discussion:
Everyone loves talking about QA test automation but few organizations actually create an effective process. This discussion will focus on three main concepts. First, creating a solid test automation plan before even the first test case is written. Second, an introduction to the cost effective tools of Selenium and Jenkins from which to do the web interface regression tests. Third, how to act on this framework to have confidence that stable releases are being put into production environments.
Attendees will take away knowledge regarding how to identify areas for regression test automation and a general knowledge on set up and execution of Selenium framework coded in Python and running in Jenkins. Attendees will also understand key talking points to use when communicating success to your organization.
About Our Speaker:
Stephen Burlingame graduated from Binghamton University in New York with a BS in Computer Science in 2004. His first introduction to software quality assurance occurred during his senior project where he documented critical defects in software designed to diagnosis breast cancer in digitized mammograms.
Since his graduation he has worked in the quality assurance field exclusively. In 2006 he joined the medical claims clearinghouse Navicure, Inc. He is currently Director of Quality assurance for Navicure and is responsible for overseeing the testing an application that processes more than 1 million transactions daily
In addition to his QA work Stephen has spoken at previous Atlanta SPIN meetings as well as StarEAST QA conferences.
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Provide a forum for the open exchange of ideas and experiences related to software and systems process improvements. In addition, provide free and low cost training opportunities to technology professionals allowing our local professionals to be competitive in a global marketplace.
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