About This Episode:
Are you having difficulty deciding what test automation technology to use for you and your team? In this episode, Sneha Viswalingam and Carlos Kidman share their approach to selecting tools. Discover how important it is to have a strategy before choosing a framework for your team, build vs. buy, how to evaluate an automation framework, python, and more!
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About Sneha Viswalingam
Sneha is a Director of Quality Engineering at EVERFI. She shares technical knowledge by blogging, speaking at conferences, and podcasting. She is a value-driven engineer interested in engineering technical solutions and building high-functioning, creative, and psychologically safe teams. She also highly values the human side of tech and believes that workplace empathy and kindness can transform lives and increase productivity.
Connect with Sneha Viswalingam
- Blog: www.linktr.ee/code_her_stories
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/snehaviswalingam/
- Twitter: sviswalingam
About Carlos Kidman
Carlos Kidman is Head of Engineering at an AI company but was formerly an Engineering Manager at Adobe. He is an instructor at Test Automation University with courses around architecture, design, containerization, and Machine Learning. He is the founder of QA at the Point, which is the Testing and Quality Community in Utah, and does consulting workshops, and speaking events all over the world.
He streams programming and other tech topics on Twitch, has a YouTube channel, builds open-source software like Pylenium and PyClinic, and is an ML/AI practitioner. He loves fútbol, anime, and gaming.
Connect with Carlos Kidman
- Company: www.qap.dev
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/carlos-kidman
- Twitter: CarlosKidman
- YouTube: UCNvYBOCETf7MByrYKDTU3fQ
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