Visual Programming for Automation with Duncan Brigginshaw

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About This Episode

Today Duncan Brigginshaw, co-founder and technical director at Odin Technology, will share some of the benefits of using the Scriptworks automation testing framework. Listen to discover a unique way to visually program automation for your web, mobile, and API tests.

About Duncan Brigginshaw

Duncan began his software development career at a young age, writing his first computer game at the age of 9, going on to achieve a Bachelors degree in computer science and joining IBM's R&D; labs in the late 90s. A move to a UK Test consultancy is where his career in Automated Testing began, culminating in managing their Automated Testing Practice delivering projects to high profile clients in the UK, before embarking on his own ventures, with brief stints at Microsoft and EA Games.

Duncan is currently Technical Director at Odin Technology, delivering software solutions that enable non-technical testers to deliver automation without the requirement to code, clients include US Federal banks, DHL, the NHS and the Bank of England. Their latest SaaS product https://scriptworks.io provides a unique drag/drop visual programming environment for Selenium and Appium aimed at modern testers in DevOps.

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