Lessons From a Performance Journey

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About this Episode:

In this episode, Leandro Melendez, AKA Señor Performo, will share some stories and mind-blowing epiphanies about his journey and missteps as a performance engineer. Discover lessons learned from real-world examples of what worked and what didn’t in his performance testing efforts. Listen up to hear tips and tricks for scripting techniques as well as best practices, scenario modeling, project management styles, risk assessment, and principles.

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About Leandro Melendez

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Leandro has more than 20 years of experience on the IT business from Developer, DBA, Project Manager and others. The last 10 years he has been working on the QA area, especifically on the Performance and Load testing area using tools as WinRunner, LoadRunner, JMeter, HPDiagnostics, NeoLoad, AppDyn, Dynatrace and many others. Has served multiple S&P500; customers all over the USA, Mexico, Canada, Brazil and Austria. He is an author of an internationally popular performance testing blog called Señor Performo (www.srperf.com) where he curates a diverse set of learning material for performance testers and

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