Automation

Interviews

Why Manual Testers Shouldn't Fear Automation: An Interview with Chris Loder
Video

In this interview, Chris Loder, automation architect at InGenius Software, addresses the misconception that the goal of automation is to replace manual testers.

Jennifer Bonine
Artificial intelligence brain Why Testers Should Take Control of the AI Narrative: An Interview with Tariq King and Jason Arbon
Video

In this interview, Tariq King, the senior director and engineering fellow for quality and performance at Ultimate Software, and Jason Arbon, the CEO of test.ai, explain the role artificial intelligence plays in modern testing and why you should establish a foundation right now.

Jennifer Bonine
Paul Grizzaffi Testing, Heavy Metal, and Unrealistic Automation Expectations: An Interview with Paul Grizzaffi
Podcast

In this interview, Paul Grizzaffi, a principal automation architect at Magenic, details the parallels between software testing and heavy metal music, as well as the issues that arise when management places unrealistic expectations on automation engineers.

Josiah Renaudin
Geoff Meyer How Machines Will Impact the Way You Test Software: An Interview with Geoff Meyer

In this interview, Geoff Meyer, a test architect in the Dell EMC infrastructure solutions group, discusses whether or not testers should be nervous about artificial intelligence, what testers can do right now to keep up with the times, and when AI is most useful for software teams.

Josiah Renaudin
Angie Jones It’s Time for Testers to Own the Shift-Left Narrative: An Interview with Angie Jones

In this interview, Angie Jones, a consulting automation engineer, explains what it means to shift your testing left, why management if often in control of how it’s done, and why testers already have the right skills to test earlier in the lifecycle.

Josiah Renaudin
Jennifer Scandariato How Manual Testers Are Evolving into Automation Engineers: An Interview with Jennifer Scandariato

In this interview, Jennifer Scandariato, the director of test engineering and leader of the Women in Technology initiative at iCIMS, explains the changing role of the manual tester, how they can adapt to a much faster environment, and why security is more important than ever before.

Josiah Renaudin
Jennifer Scandariato Re-engineer Your Development to Stop Creating Defects: An Interview with Jennifer Scandariato
Video

In this interview, Jennifer Scandariato, the director of test engineering and leader of the Women in Technology initiative at iCIMS, explains how you can alter the way you develop your software to avoid creating defects—through culture, continuous integration, and automation.

Jennifer Bonine
Geoff Meyer Analytics, Data, and How Testing Is like Baseball: An Interview with Geoff Meyer
Video

In this interview, Geoff Meyer, a test architect in the Dell EMC infrastructure solutions group, explains how test teams can succeed by emulating sports teams in how they collect and interpret data. Geoff explains how analytics can better prepare you for the changing nature of software.

Jennifer Bonine
Hans Buwalda The Tester’s Mindset versus the Developer’s Mindset: An Interview with Hans Buwalda
Video

In this interview, Hans Buwalda, the CTO at LogiGear, explains how software developers have the mindset of creation while software testers are more concerned with how things might be destroyed. He details why testers don’t always need to code and why UI and API automation matters.

Jennifer Bonine
Gil Sever How AI-Assisted Test Automation Can Transform the UI: An Interview with Gil Sever

In this interview, Gil Sever, the cofounder and CEO of Applitools, explains the importance of automation in modern testing, why you need to be customer-obsessed, and how your UI can determine the success of your applications.

Josiah Renaudin

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