Are you ready to take the red pill?
Mobile has changed the way humans interact with computers. This is great, but as engineers we're faced with an ever growing matrix of environments our code runs on. The days of considering only a handful of browsers and screen resolutions are not coming back. How can engineers cope with the Matrix? We'll cover how Google is fighting this testing problem on workstations, in the cloud and in your head...
"I'm trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You're the one that has to walk through it."
Ivan Janicijevic is a Senior Software Engineer in test and is passionate about building android development and test infrastructure. Having joined Google in 2006, Ivan worked on the Google Checkout team, developing automation infrastructure. He then helped the Google Wallet Android engineering team by building internal development infrastructure, build / release systems, and moved them from zero automated test coverage to having hundreds of tests verifying every code submission. Then, Ivan worked on making state-of-the-art development, test, and release infrastructure available to all Android application developers at Google. Today, Ivan is working on mobile infrastructure for ads projects in NYC.
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!) to the 8th Avenue side. The A,C,E trains stop on the 8th Avenue side of the building.
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.
Google volunteers will also be present at the event to answer any questions you may have, look for people who are wearing "Google" t-shirts.
See you there!