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CI/CD is not a one-size-fits all solution. Using CI/CD to run automated UI tests as part of the build process, be it in a headless or a headed-UI mode, requires carefully picking the tools, strategies, and tests to run in the pipeline. It requires a cultural shift in every organization, especially the ones that still practice entirely manual UI testing.

This session is promoting the tactical and practical aspect of test automation in an Agile software development environment. It gives an insight into bringing UI automation into CI/CD through a real-life scenario that will be presented on a level, that even junior QAs can reach and get a decent understanding of. More experienced test engineers will benefit from hands-on tips on how to structure their test suites and what type of automated tests they should consider integrating into their pipelines.

Learning objectives:

  • How to set up automated UI tests to run as part of CI/CD
  • How to build a test stack that doesn’t slow your pipelines
  • How to use headless test automation to speed up in-sprint testing

Learn more about Progress software here.

Speaker

Ramiro Millan

Ramiro has over 20 years of experience in software engineering, QA, and management. He has worked with small startups and large multinational enterprises. Ramiro has spent over a decade at Telerik and Progress in roles including product management, sales engineering, Testing product leadership, and as recently as 2017, leading Professional Services for DevTools and for Sitefinity. Ramiro currently leads Progress’ Automated Testing solutions division.

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November 29, 2022
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