July 1, 2016

Blogging about automated testing frameworks

When I first started this blog, my undergrad and grad school degrees in computer science and software engineering were gathering dust! What a difference a few years makes.

This blog started way back when I was still trying to break into the automated testing field. It became more than that once I was hired at Fitbit-Boston, embedded in the team developing automated test frameworks. I started writing about:
As a manual tester, I loved getting paid to explore and understand new technologies, see how they do (or don't) work. As an automated developer, there are so much more technologies to explore!

Selenium Conference 2016

Ugh! I always feel so far behind... Selenium Conf 2016 happened in Bangalore, India back in 6/24/2016 to 6/26/2016, a whole four days ago, and I still haven't had any time to check out their schedule...

I love that they turn their schedule posted on the web as a way to archive the presenters videos and slides. https://confengine.com/selenium-conf-2016/schedule

What I am excited about is:


This is exactly what I was looking for!

... I wonder if over the Fourth of July Weekend I can fit in a spare day to watch these videos, take notes, and turn them into new blog entries?

As always, Happy Testing!

-T.J. Maher
Sr. QA Engineer,
Fitbit-Boston

// QA Engineer since Aug. 1996
// Automation developer for [ 1.5 ] years and still counting!
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