Testing 123! The Release Process for Google's Chrome for iOS

Get a peek into iOS development--from making sure our apps and policies stay in compliance with Appstore development restrictions, to understanding the interesting points of being a large company that occupies the AppStore alongside individual developers. This talk will explore the release process for Chrome for iOS, including an overview of our product development strategy, automated testing frameworks, and manual testing processes.

Google Presenters:

Ivan Ho

Ivan joined Google in 2012 as a Tech Lead / Manager. Ivan currently works on development, test, and release infrastructure for AdWords Front-end in NYC. Prior to joining Google, Ivan was the CTO/VP Engineering for a NJ tech startup (Evident Software). Before that, Ivan worked at Goldman Sachs, Northern Telecom, and Bell Northern Research.

Lindsay Pasricha

Lindsay has been a Software Test Engineer at Google for the past 8 years, and has worked on projects like Google Web Search, Google Maps, Google Docs and Chrome during her tenure. She was featured in the book “How Google Tests Software,” has launched dozens of Google products, and has led global testing teams. Prior to her Google career, Lindsay was a Software Engineer at AOL. Lindsay received her degree in Computer Science from George Washington University in Washington DC.

We expect space to fill up quickly. You can typically catch talks once posted to our YouTube channel.

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The agenda for this event is: 

5:30 - 6:30 pm: Attendees Register / Networking 
6:30 - 6:35 pm: Welcome & Intro  
6:35 - 7:35 pm: Presentation 
7:35 - 8:00 pm: Q/A 

Please note the venue entrance is on the 8th Avenue side of the building, and you should enter at the 8th Ave / 16 St corner. If you mistakenly go to the 9th avenue entrance, building security will ask you to walk around the building (on the outside!) The A,C,E trains stop on the 8th Avenue side. 

The RSVP name will be provided to the building security in advance - so please do register with your real name (first/last) as this will significantly speed up registration. Security requires you to show a form of identification at the time of check-in. If you require special accommodations, please let us (the organizers) know.

Google volunteers will also be present at the event to answer any questions you may have. Look for people wearing "Google" t-shirts.

Registration will open on Friday, August 15 at 11:00 AM ET.

See you there!

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  • Stephen N.

    This event will only be shown on Apple TV!

    1 · August 21

  • Karl

    Lindsay & Ivan thanks for sharing your experience in software testing and release management. Google volunteers thank you for staying to host this event every month!

    August 20

    • Don H.

      Anne and Paul, nice debate.

      August 21

    • Don H.

      This is a public forum, we can take the positive and the negative. Both of you have valid points......

      August 21

  • Paul S.

    Great speakers, but how about installing another paper towel dispenser in the restroom. It's hard to air dry wet hands. While you're at it, have the courtesy to fill the soap dispensers.

    August 19

    • Paul S.

      Anne: It is the custom to also comment on the facility where an event is held. You might have noticed the sign in the restroom instructing employees to wash their hands before returning to work. Normally, not having seven out of eight soap dispensors working, nor providing any means to dry one's hands after washing, would not be a concern. However, food handlers were on site. I am shocked that Google would allow such a condition to exist. The meeting was well-organized and the speakers were great. It was corporate Google that fell down on the job last night.

      August 20

    • Don H.

      Paul, You are not Steve Jobs. He is dead.

      August 21

  • Waqas S.

    Awesome team to organize such an event. Thanks for the very informative tech talks.

    August 20

    • Ivan H.

      Waqas, thanks for attending and glad this was informative.

      August 20

  • Shawn R.

    The build process, Apple's continued covert ops and Googlers on Git! Lindsay P.'s awesome anecdotal trip through product dev to delivery. Glad to be android, go Studio - Good Stuff!

    1 · August 20

  • Ivan H.

    Super excited to have met many of you last night. I'm glad many found the talks interesting last night. Have a great week everyone.

    8 · August 20

    • Abe K.

      Thanks for the talks.

      August 20

    • Georgia J.

      Thank you! Always informative.

      August 20

  • Kamal K.

    Was hoping that the talk would be a bit more technical in nature. Nevertheless, it was still excellent and well presented.

    1 · August 19

  • Usama S.

    I was trying to get there before 6:30 but won't be able to make it. Sorry.

    1 · August 19

  • Ernie

    How do I release my spot? The page just says "Your RSVP: Yes" and there's no link to change it.

    1 · August 19

    • Maxim R.

      too late now. RSVP are closed because the event started.

      August 19

  • Maxim R.

    Folks, you don't have to announce that you are releasing your spots and you don't have to ask for spots from the waiting list.
    There's a waiting list. As people release their RSVP the next person in the waiting list moves up. It's as simple as that.
    There's not trading, asking or begging.

    4 · August 19

  • Alexandra W.

    I have to release my space - I hope someone on the wait list can use it!

    August 19

    • T.A. F.

      Hi Alexandra, I'd love to take your place.

      August 19

  • T.A. F.

    Hi Alexandra, I'd love to take your spot!

    August 19

  • Annie H.

    Realizing there's one more hour to go and I'm still pretty far down on the waitlist, so... Have a great event guys and hope to catch you next time!

    1 · August 19

    • Richie L.

      If there's a video later on, I'd love to take a look!

      August 19

    • Marco P.

      You should go. You can take my space if you like.

      August 19

  • ellen f.

    I am going to have to give my space up as I am not able to get out of work...have fun

    August 19

  • T.A. F.

    Would love to learn more.

    August 19

  • Stephen N.

    My attendance is sponsored, "All the people that couldn't attend and updated their RSVP to NO." Many thanks!!

    August 19

  • Don H.

    250 attending, sorry not interested.

    August 18

    • Don H.

      One time I was at Google event, there were hundreds of people, and the building got 8 floors, elevator was full..... Not a great experience. I know many of you are Google lovers. But I am the exception.

      August 19

    • Andrew J.

      Don, the biggest problem is that you complain with every Meetup that Google NYC Tech Talks hosts. Wouldn't it be a lot easier for you to unsubscribe from this Meetup group?

      8 · August 19

  • Sedef

    I would also like to attend if space permits.

    August 18

  • Natalie C.

    I would love to attend if a space becomes available. Please let me know! Thank you for setting this session up - should be a great event.

    August 18

  • Brandon F.

    Hey Friends! I'm a designer from Brooklyn with almost 9 years of experience designing & developing brands and mobile applications for startups Let me know if there are any opportunities to chat! www.infiltrate.tv

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    August 18

    • Maxim R.

      After 9 years of experience you still have not learned that it's a bad idea to SPAM?

      August 18

  • Anne M.

    147 waiting. Any chance of a video?

    5 · August 15

    • Sara M.

      There will be a video. They usually post them up on the youtube channel a few weeks later or whenever they get around to it.

      2 · August 15

    • Anne M.

      That would be really great. I know policy was not to post numerous of the google videos. I can only see one from NYC, posted January of an October talk. I really hope the policy can change. SF, CA has it seems several 500-people capacity rooms, but alas NYC does not appear to have that luxury. thank you!! http://www.youtube.co...­

      August 15

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