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Challenges

In many software development projects, software testing creates a bottleneck that delays the release process. The larger the project, the worse the bottleneck. The alleged miracle cure for this is “test automation.” Theoretically, test automation works like this: Once implemented, it’s available 24/7. In practice, things look different, however. For too often, the resources deployed do not produce the desired results.

Goal

This workshop allows you to achieve the greatest possible effect with test automation with Appium. Here, we will discuss your requirements and desired tool. 

Target group

  • Suitable for teams and individuals
  • Recommended for: software testers, software developers

Contents

In this workshop, you will learn about the 4 most important aspects of test automation:

  1. Why do we use test automation?
  2. What risk do we want to address with test automation and where?
  3. How can we use tools such as Appium correctly to address this risk?
  4. Who should participate in test automation?
Jakob R. Jaworski

Our Trainer: Jakob R. Jaworski

Jakob R. Jaworski is an AOE Academy Trainer in the software testing sector. He discovered his passion for software testing in 2013: At the time, he was studying business IT and assisting with test management on a software development project for an SAP application. Since then, he has focused intensively on all aspects of software testing and software development, and he can rely on many years’ experience in both traditional and agile projects. Together with some like-minded individuals, he organizes the Software Test User Group Rhein-Main.

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