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Enterprise Test Automation Framework

May 4, 2017

Discover how to implement an Enterprise Test Automation Framework that will greatly expedite your testing processes.

With the continued rise of Agile testing, QA teams are challenged with how to automate testing in order to "keep up". Many QA teams have implemented automated testing - but without leveraging an Enterprise Test Automation Framework they typically face the difficulty of maintaining and extending sometimes fragile frameworks and scaling automation across projects.

Like a Testing Center of Excellence, an Enterprise Test Automation Framework can help organizations galvanize their automation resources toward a consistent, standards-based delivery that results in highly scalable, easily sustainable, and quickly deployable test automation.

Join Robert for this overview of how to assess, plan, and implement an Enterprise Test Automation Framework to support your Agile processes. Learn how to create a vision, strategy and roadmap -- and to determine the right technology stack for the framework. Additionally, you will learn the roles, responsibilities, and accountabilities as well as best practices used for the framework's implementation. By applying this approach, you will be able to keep your automation in line with your Agile sprints and maximize benefits.


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Keller (EE/CS) 3-111 (Look for signs)

This Month's Meeting
Program Manager: 
Molly Doyle I Principal Essentialist,TRISSENTIAL
Robert Gormley, Trissential
Enterprise Test Automation Framework
University of Minnesota, Keller Hall

5:30 - 8:00 p.m. at The University of Minnesota
5:30 start for networking, 6:15 start of meeting


Please note the free parking process at the U has changed.
Free parking tickets will be handed out in the meeting.

Speaker Bio: 

Robert Gormley has more than 15 years of experience in software quality assurance, with deep expertise in agile, TDD, automation, mobile testing, development lifecycle process improvement, and TQM, as well as experience developing new services and solutions within software quality. With a master's degree in Education and a CSM, Robert is a frequent quest presenter for Quest and other conferences, and truly enjoys mentoring and sharing his knowledge to support those in the QA and software test engineering roles.