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Test Focus: ATDD in Practice & Effective SDET

please RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/seattle-software-test-talk

=== Agenda =====
6:00pm - 6:20pm, Pizza & social
6:20pm - 6:30pm, Introduction
6:30pm - 7:30pm, Acceptance Test Driven Development in practice by Kevin Klinemeier

ATDD is a whole-team approach to software development, applying the ideas of Test-Driven Unit Tests to projects and iterations as a whole. We'll look at how it brings developers, QA, analysts and stakeholders together, then examine the test automation tool Cucumber's support for this approach.

7:40-8:30pm, Effective SDET, by Jeff Carollo, Google

I will share my experience in what is SDET, the role responsibility, and how will become an effective SDET.

8:30pm - lucky draw.

Speaker:

Kevin Klinemeier has been in software development for nearly twenty years as a developer, team lead, and software architect. His current role as Technical Agile Coach involves short professional courses on agile engineering topics coupled with hands-on coaching for teams looking to transition to Scrum or Lean processes supported by cutting-edge development and testing techniques.

Jeff Carollo has worked in development and test roles at a wide range of companies. I’m currently a Technical Lead at uTest.com, having built uTests’s AppGrader and Applause.com. Before this, I held engineering leadership roles at Google, working in the centralized testing team, and on projects such as personalized search, Chrome Browser, Chrome OS, Google Toolbar and Google Voice. I also worked on teams at Microsoft including the Distributed File System Replication engine (DFSR.) Along the way, I also held engineering positions with Hewlett-Packard, IBM and NASA. I recently published the book ‘How Google Tests Software’ with co-authors James Whittaker and Jason Arbon. I received my degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University.

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  • Blaine B.

    It conflict with an earlier Meetup but I will attend late, hopefully.

    July 10, 2013

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