Join Us for Our Meetup: Stop Compromising Quality Featuring Angie Jones
Test and Monitor | Posted June 14, 2018

SmartBear and Angie Jones are joining forces to teach you everything you need to know about setting up an automation strategy for success in our upcoming Ministry of Testing meetup. Trust us -- this is one you don’t want to miss.

Angie Jones is a Senior Automation Engineer at Twitter who is a guru of strategic test automation. She is continuously sharing her insights and experiences with the global testing community at conferences such as Romania Testing Days, StarEast, Selenium Conference, and of course Agile Testing Days USA, where she will be delivering a keynote prior to the meetup.

We are ecstatic to welcome her to the SmartBear headquarters to discuss “Which Tests Should I Automate”. As automation takes the spotlight for faster testing, it’s important for teams to realize that not every test should be automated. Angie will walk you through the process of deciding which test cases should be automate and which should be reconsidered.

Additionally, Bria Grangard and Joan Liu of the CrossBrowserTesting team will be covering how you can approach issues of speed and scalability within your organization, arming you with a checklist of action items for supercharging test automation that you can implement right away.

If you’re in Boston, come by the SmartBear HQ in Assembly Row on June 26 to enjoy snacks, drinks, and mingling, while enjoying all three talented presenters live. If you can’t come in person, you can still tune in remote by streaming on Youtube Live.

For more information and registration, visit the Ministry of Testing Boston meetup page. Add this event to your calendar.


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