Test automation engineers: How to build partnerships that matter

Test automation engineers: How to build partnerships that matter Summary: Automation engineers generally work solo or in small teams. This is why it’s important to know how to leverage others’ skills, which can help with all types of work such as test script development, virtual machine management, and promotion of the automation that we build. Source: https://techbeacon.com/test-automation-engineers-how-build-partnerships-matter

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Test Automation in the Real World: An Interview with Greg Paskal

Test Automation in the Real World: An Interview with Greg Paskal Summary: In this interview, Greg Paskal, a technology innovator in quality assurance, sits down to discuss standing up and running a QA organization, his book Test Automation in the Real World, and the importance of a healthy company culture. Source: https://www.stickyminds.com/interview/test-automation-real-world-interview-greg-paskal

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Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) Review with Greg Paskal – Test Talks

Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) Review with Greg Paskal – Test Talks 133: Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) Review with Greg Paskal – Test Talks Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) Since I’m getting ready to put on my first online conference dedicated to automation, I thought it would be fun to hear about Google’s Test…

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Greg Paskal: Removing “Test” from Test Automation – Test Talks

Greg Paskal: Removing “Test” from Test Automation – Test Talks 19: Greg Paskal: Removing “Test” from Test Automation – Test Talks Removing “Test” from Test Automation Are you harnessing the full power of test automation? There are many instances in which automation can assist you by saving time in ways you may not even be…

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