The chance to ask Joe & Paul any Test Automation question of your choice
Automation testing is difficult. Which is why we are turning to the experts.
April 26, 2:00pm ET
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Ask Me Anything About Test Automation
You've Got Questions, Let's Get Some Answers
We are excited to kick off a new series called "Ask Me Anything". On Ask Me Anything, you have the chance to ask our community of industry experts and customers any question of your choice. Our guest(s) will answer the most popular and interesting questions.
Automation testing, like all development efforts, is difficult. Many projects don’t succeed. Which is why we are turning to the experts.
Joe and Paul live and breath Test Automation on a daily basis.
Join us on April 26th from 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST as Joe and Paul answer your most pressing questions on test automation. By the way, it’s free!
(This Q&A is for anyone thinking about or currently working with test automation.)
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About Joe Colantonio
Joe's mission is to help individuals and companies succeed with test automation awesomeness
Joe hopes that the work he is doing with automation can help the testing community reach their goals as well as learn from my automation wins and failures. He share what he has learned in the actual testing trenches each day. Joe Colantonio is currently a test automation architect for a large Fortune 100 company. He is also the founder of JoeColantonio.com ,TestTalks.com, and AutomationGuild.com a blog, podcast and online automation conference dedicated to helping people and organizations succeed with creating automation awesomeness.
About Paul Grizzaffi
Paul doesn’t think of automation in terms of test cases or test scripts. He defines automation as the judicious application of technology to help humans do their jobs; in our case, the humans are testers. Using this broad definition of automation gives us a wide range of opportunities with which to provide value in our testing organizations. Taking advantage of this range allows us to think of automation as a force multiplier that helps us be more effective, efficient, etc.
Paul’s career has focused on the creation and deployment of automated test strategies, frameworks, tools, and platforms. He has created automation platforms and tool frameworks based on proprietary, open source and vendor-supplied tool chains.
Paul Grizzaffi is currently a Principal Automation Architect at Magenic. He is also an advisor to Software Test Professionals and STPCon, as well as a member of the Industry Advisory Board of the Advanced Research Center for Software Testing and Quality Assurance (STQA) at UT Dallas. He is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.