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The intersection of widespread adoption, early success stories, and technological maturity have created an inflection point for software test automation. It’s an incredible time to be expanding an automation program – or just beginning one.

Join Kobiton’s Shannon Lee, Rudolf Groetz, and as they discuss the current state of test automation, where their own automation journeys have taken them, and how you can leverage automation platforms to boost your productivity and business outcomes.

Kobiton recently released our annual State of Automation survey results to take a look at the state of automation today, with responses coming from those in the testing world. In the results, we examine several key trends software teams can capitalize on as they get set to enter the next phase of growth: hyper-automation. You can download the results here:

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Rudolf Groetz

Rudolf has been in IT for 30 years and has been a passionate software tester since 2008. He works as an agile engineering coach & agile learning guide for the topic & test automation at Raiffeisen Bank International in Vienna and lives the motto „Test automation is not an act, test automation is a habit!“. In addition to various author activities, including for IX-Magazin, he organizes the Agile (Test) Automation Meetup in Vienna and the TestBustersNight Vienna 6 times a year.

Shannon Lee

Shannon Lee is an Atlanta, GA native working as a Developer Evangelist for Kobiton to help bring the good word of innovative technology! Shannon is an avid learner who enjoys challenging herself in learning new trends in software development, test automation, and applied data science. Given her positive and collaborative personality, Shannon also enjoys engaging with like-minded individuals with goals of inspiring and encouraging others, especially women in technology, as well as learning from brilliant minds within the DevOps community.



October 13, 2022
at 1:00 PM EDT

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