Selenium-Driven A/B and Accessibility Testing in Intuit's Small Business Team

Agenda

6:30 dinner & networking 
7:00 announcements 
7:10  speaker + Q&A 
9:00 Lights out!

Abstract

The Quality Engineering team within Intuit's Small Business Marketing team plays a key role in building scalable quality automation solutions that integrate with marketing tools to support web analytics, A/B testing and multi-variant testing. A Selenium/WebDriver-based framework is the backbone of the automation infrastructure. The QE team has built custom modules on top of this framework to intelligently interact with marketing tools such as Adobe's SiteCatalyst, Sitespect, Google Analytics and Ensighten. In addition to supporting functional testing and A/B testing, they have also built a Selenium/WebDriver-based accessibility tool that empowers marketers, designers and developers to make Intuit's webpages more accessible to people with disabilities. 

Speakers:  Niru Anisetti and Anil Suryanarayana

Niru's Bio:

Niru Anisetti is a Quality Engineering Manager in the Small Business Online Channel Marketing team at Intuit. She is responsible for developing test strategies for marketers to run campaigns and promotions for QuickBooks, Payments and Payroll products. She also oversees the online channel analytics data to drive unit conversions through page level analytics. Before Intuit, Niru was at Yahoo! for eight years guarding the quality fort for the Yahoo Photos, Globalization, Mobile and Tiger teams.

Anil's Bio:

Anil is a Software Quality Engineer at Intuit, developing end-to-end test automation solutions for high-traffic, high-revenue marketing pages in the Small Business team. Before Intuit, Anil worked at Yahoo!, building frontend automation for Maps, Media and the Android weather application. While working at Yahoo! and Intuit, he also developed an interest in building digital accessibility solutions for web, desktop and mobile products. Anil is an active member of the accessibility community in the Bay Area. 

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  • r p

    Mary Ann May's meetups always, well organized and teaches you something.

    May 16, 2014

  • Amit G.

    Hi,

    I work with A9.com (A subsidiary of Amazon.com) and we are looking for automation QA engineers for our team (advertising technologies). If you are interested to apply, please contact me at [masked].

    More details here - https://www.a9.com/careers/?jvi=oMcEYfwk,Job

    Regards,
    Amit

    May 12, 2014

  • Anil

    April 27, 2014

  • Chetan D.

    Will this be streaming online?

    April 21, 2014

    • Mary Ann M.

      Sorry, but we're not going to have streaming or a recording for this Meetup. I'll check into whether the presenter can make his slides available....

      April 21, 2014

    • David

      Will the slides be available? And I noticed the event was recorded? So will the recorded session be available as well?

      April 26, 2014

  • Jackie J.

    The speakers were very patient and answered a lot of questions. I think that they were very helpful. This was the most interactive meetup I've been to so far.

    April 24, 2014

  • Shivashis B.

    Great talk. Lot of interesting questions and insights. Looking forward to similar meetups on topics like tracking, content validation approaches and automation design

    April 24, 2014

  • Shruti

    Great talk

    1 · April 23, 2014

  • markdevisser

    For those of you who were at the meeting and are interested to join us for the Appium launch party at Sauce Labs on Friday May 2 at 7pm, please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/appium-10-launch-party-tickets-11231077455

    2 · April 23, 2014

  • Sherin

    Hi Mary! Besides RSVP, do I need to register somewhere?

    April 22, 2014

    • Mary Ann M.

      Hi Sherin! RSVP'ing is all you need to do for now. Once we arrive at Intuit, they'll probably want us to sign an NDA at a registration table. Look forward to meeting you--sounds like it will be your first South Bay Selenium Meetup!

      April 22, 2014

  • David

    Is this going to be just a high level overview or will some details be covered on how the custom modules are built or integrated with Selenium/framework? I don't suppose any of this work in some form is (already or to be) open source?

    1 · April 2, 2014

    • Anil

      David, thanks for your questions. >>> Is this going to be just a high level overview or will some details be covered on how the custom modules are built or integrated with Selenium/framework? A/B Testing - overview of marketing tools; demo of integration with Selenium/framework
      Accessibility Testing - overview of accessibility rules; demo of accessibility tests in selenium


      >>> I don't suppose any of this work in some form is (already or to be) open source?

      That's correct. Most of it is currently built and maintained in-house. For accessibility testing, we do have a ruby gem (non-selenium variant) that's open source and available at github: https://github.com/eve...­

      April 3, 2014

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