Join us for our next meetup at Lithium on 10/1/13 when we hear from two great speakers on test parallelization and JS cross-browser compatibility testing.
Per usual, we'll kick this off with drinks and pizza at 6:30, followed by the talks at 7pm. See you then!
Optimization through Parallelization
Dramatically improve the scale and speed of testing
through the use of parallelization techniques. This includes writing test modules that can be run independently, doing as much preloading of test data as possible, and using parallel test runners.
Bio: David Borin
I am currently a software developer in test at Rackspace's San Francisco office. Previous to this I worked at Google and was part of the Postini acquisition. I also worked at Inktomi and Brodia. I come from a customer service / tech support background, having taught myself Python and Ruby after transitioning to a quality engineering role. In my spare time (what's spare time?) I help take care of my wonderful and amazing 4 year old daughter, play the ukulele, grow some grapes on the side of our north bay home, and make some wine (or at least try to).
Bio: Alan Parkinson
I am co-founder of Hindsight Software and experienced Test Automation engineer. My software development experience spans 14 years with the last 5 years focused on automated testing and quality. When not helping companies adopt BDD and automated testing through training and coaching I contribute to testing related open source projects including Cucumber-JVM and Karma.
Lithium Technologies, Inc
Lithium Technologies helps leading companies use social media to engage customers and drive business results. We create vibrant social communities across websites, Facebook, and the broader social web that increase sales, reduce service costs, and accelerate innovation. But it’s not just about software, the way our team works is just as important. We strive to be the vendor that our customers want to work with, and we know that customers aren’t just logos, they are real people. We think that approach shines through.