Let's knock down some dominoes!
In this workshop you'll be challenged to set up dominoes in a way that solves puzzles. In doing so, you'll learn the basic principles of good test automation: how verification steps affect what we learn from tests; how dependencies affect our testing outcomes; how interactions with third-party systems work with and against our goals; and how time limits us in what we can know about our systems under test.
Where ever you are in your test automation journey there is more to learn. Join us to have fun and gain insights into automated test design and execution!
Learn the basic principles of good test automation: * how verification steps affect what we learn from tests* how dependencies affect our testing outcomes* how interactions with third-party systems work with and against our goals and...* how time limits us in what we can learn about our systems under test
Paul Merrill is Principle Software Engineer in Test and Founder of Beaufort Fairmont (http://beaufortfairmont.com/). He's spent the last 17 years implementing solutions for a wide range of industries, from Healthcare to Advertising to Mobile. Paul spends his time working to transition teams to automated testing.
Beaufort Fairmont Automated Testing Services helps organizations transition to automated testing. You’re Agile, but is your Testing Agile?
Paul co-hosts “Reflection as a Service (http://reflectionasaservice.com/)”, a podcast about Software Development, Automated Testing, Tech and Entrepreneurism.
Angie Jones is a Consulting Automation Engineer at LexisNexis who advises several scrum teams on automation strategies and has developed automation frameworks for countless software products. As a Master Inventor, she is known for her innovative and out-of-the-box thinking style which has resulted in more than 20 patented inventions in the US and China. Angie is also an adjunct college professor who teaches Java programming and is a strong advocate for diversity in Technology. She volunteers with organizations who champion this cause such as TechGirlz and Black Girls Code.