Eran is a recognized thought leader in QA, a bestselling author, TechBeacon Top 30 test automation leader, and the Chief Evangelist and Senior Director at Perforce Software. His published books include the 2016 Amazon bestseller, “The Digital Quality Handbook”, “Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals”, and “Accelerating Software Quality – ML and AI in the Age of DevOps”, which was named the “Best New Software Testing Book” by Book Authority. With a background of over 21 years’ experience in development and testing at companies such as Sun Microsystems, Neustar, Texas Instruments, General Electric, and more, Eran holds various industry certifications such as ISTQB, CMMI, and others. Eran is a recognized influencer on continuous testing and DevOps thought leadership, an international speaker, blogger, and a patent-holding inventor (test exclusion automated mechanisms for mobile J2ME testing). Eran is active in the community and can be found across social media and has his own blog http://continuoustesting.dev.”
How to Make a Market-Driven Decision on Test Automation Frameworks
In this rapidly evolving world of app development and testing, how does one pick a test automation framework? Or decide whether to add or switch to a different framework?
In this session, Eran Kinsbruner, Author and Chief DevOps Evangelist at Perfecto by Perforce, will isolate the many moving parts and show you how to make a market-driven decision that supports your testers and developers. He will walk you through the core changes challenging web & mobile testing right now (from new devices and OSes to market innovations like APKs, PWAs, and more) and then share critical considerations among leading and emerging test automation frameworks.
- Driving forces that are impacting the mobile & web app landscape.
- Differences among mobile frameworks: Appium, Espresso, XCUITest, & Flutter
- Differences among web frameworks: Selenium, Cypress, & PlayWright.
- How to select the proper framework for your team.
- When to switch, mix, or remain with your current tech stack.