About this Episode:
Performance testing involves more than just a performance test tool. In this episode, Harinder Seera shares what other critical activities or required in performance engineering. Discover Hirander’s journey into the world of performance testing and what he did to learn to become a real performance tester.
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About Harinder Seera
Harinder has over ten years of performance engineering experience working as a consultant, advisor, and evangelist. He works with companies of all sizes and industries where his expertise is needed. He is a Global IT Advisor at Guidepoint and Blockchain Advisory Board Member at Global Skill Development Council.
Currently leads a performance engineering team at NAB where he is setting up performance engineering capability for the Master Data platform.
He is the author of the “Introduction To Blockchain” ebook and a co-author of an IBM Redbook on “Performance and Capacity Implications for Big Data”. Speaker at various conferences/meetups and contributor to various publications.
Connect with Harinder Seera
- Blog: ozperf.com/blog
- Twitter: HarinderSeera
- Git: github.com/hseera
Learn more about the free PAC performance events
Since its beginning, the Neotys Performance Advisory Council aims to promote engagement between various experts from around the world, to create relevant, value-added content sharing between members about several topics on the minds of today’s performance tester. Some of the topics addressed during these councils and virtual summits are DevOps, Shift Left/Right, Test Automation, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence.
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