Are you a new test engineer, or want to put yourself out there but aren’t sure how to contribute? Are you the lone tester in your organization, having to seek support outside your company? Or are you trying to start a community from scratch because your area is lacking? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, this episode is for you. Julie, Joel and Evan will share lessons learned, useful tips, and pain points based on their experience in creating communities and meet-ups from scratch.
About Julie Laursen
Julie is a QA engineer and evangelist with 11 years of experience in various IT roles including QA, NOC, and operations management. Julie holds a Masters in Business Administration, Bachelors in Information Technology and Associates in Computer Programming.
About Joel Hendershott
Test Architect at ESO. He wears the mantle of owner of quality proudly and found passion in all things test. Currently digging deep into performance automation and ensuring quality across big data platforms and pipelines
About Evan Niedojadlo
Engineer with a wide range of test automation development, software quality, DevOps and Salesforce.com experience
- LinkedIn: julie-laursen
- LinkedIn: joel-hendershott
- LinkedIn: evanniedojadlo
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