Shannon Lee is an Atlanta native working as a Developer Evangelist for Kobiton with five years of experience in the technical world of DevOps. Completing two Bachelor’s of Science degrees in Biology and Mathematics, from Georgia State University, 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.
Implementing Mobile Automation
With recent global events fueling online behavior, consumers have become increasingly “mobile-centric.” In the face of rising usage are increased competition and a need to innovate continually, which inevitably means moving to mobile test automation for higher-quality and fast releases.
However, mobile automation isn’t a “set and forget” implementation. In fact, a comprehensive rollout may involve several components, including access to real devices for increased testing, automation frameworks like Appium, scriptless automation solutions, and visual testing. Each of these systems requires a specific role or set of skills in your organization.
In this presentation, Shannon Lee will discuss the challenges of implementing mobile test automation, what you should consider when moving to automation on real devices, and what skills your QA team may be missing.