From Manual Testing to Continuous Testing with Jorge Luis Castro Toribio

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About This Episode

Is your team or organization trying to make the transformation from manual testing to continuous testing? In this episode, Jorge Luis Castro Toribio will share his experience and some tips to do just that. Listen in to discover the true story of how a group of ninja Agile testers changed their way of delivering value. Jorge will share the main aspects of their strategy for this new way of delivering software. Don’t miss it!

About Jorge Luis Castro Toribio

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Jorge is an agilist, DevOps Program Manager, Test Manager, Agile Coach and global speaker who feels passion for Testing Automation, Agile, DevOps and business agility. He enjoys research and learning about business agility and working with cutting-edge technologies. He has been learning continuously for more than 12 years and is still learning new ways to foster business agility and team greatness. He has worked in several roles (developer, tester, IT program manager, Software engineering in Test manager, QA manager, agile coach) which helps him to see the big picture and operational and team members dynamics happening inside organizations. This experience lets him help teams design, build and implement digital, DevOps and agile transformation strategies. He encourages focus on: People, Productivity, Continuous improvement, Innovation and having fun to enjoy success in our agile journeys.
Jorge has been a speaker in Agile and DevOps events in Lima, Ottawa, London, Amsterdam, Bengaluru, Mexico, and US.

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