About This Episode:
Codeless test automation has rapidly become an integral enabler of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), providing testing at speed without jeopardizing the quality of the release.
In this episode Payam Fard of Subject7 will discuss the benefits of a holistic and unified approach to testing. Discover how ti empower project stakeholders (testers, business users, SME’s, developers, SDETs, manual testers, and end-users) to upskill their knowledge and contribute more meaningfully to their organizations’ business growth and agility.
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About Payam Fard
Payam has over 20 years of experience in the software development and process automation industries, spanning both federal and commercial sectors. During his career, he recognized one of the main challenges of test automation – the mismatch between the technical experience of testing teams and the complex test automation solutions that existed in the market.
He co-founded Subject7 with the intent of developing a comprehensive test automation solution that would empower business and non-technical users to deliver sophisticated and scalable automation without the need for any programming experience. At Subject7, he has focused on ensuring the success of early customers and evangelizing the benefits of codeless technologies for the test automation industry.
Prior to Subject7, Payam spent his career developing large-scale business applications for federal agencies, working for SAIC, CSC, Raytheon, and Hughes Network Systems. He obtained B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Maryland and an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University.
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