Magic Object Model Halloween with Paul Grossman

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Paul Grossman Magic Object Model Feature

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About This Episode

In this Halloween special Paul Grossman (AKA the Dark Arts Wizard), will share some automation tales that will chill your testing bones. Listen up to discover a unique approach to dynamically identify objects in your applications. Stop being afraid of automation, and listen now.

About Paul Grossman

Paul Grossman

Paul Grossman has 10+ years designing test automation frameworks in Selenium, UFT, QTP and even Winrunner. His focus is in demonstrating the ROI of automation beginning with a two million dollar justification on his initial project. Paul has been a conference speaker at HP Discover in Las Vegas, HP Universe in Florida, Micro Focus AMD in Dallas, QAAM in Maryland, Joe Colantonio’s Automation Guild and spoken at the Chicago Quality Assurance Association lunch and learn meetings. He is an instructor at the International Institute for Software Testing teaching courses on automation techniques and Regular Expressions. He has participated in beta test releases for most of his career and often posts demos to his YouTube channel. His experience includes HP ALM administration, implementation, customization and adapting the Page Object Model to Micro Focus Business Process Testing. He is known for creative solutions for AJAX synchronization, on the fly object identification, and using AutoIT to extend test functionality.

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Paul Grossman Magic Object Model Feature