Jesus Sanchez will be presenting the following session
Jesus Sanchez Martinez - Test and monitor one website is not that hard, but what if you need to do it to over 40 websites?Jesus Sanchez MartinezQA ManagerOnestic
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Onestic QA department made and maintained test suites, which was a huge bottleneck in our development process.
In order to solve it, management bought us an idea: our developers must be able to build their tests using a DSL framework without friction. QA maintain a big library that provides resources to developers. From there, they were free to extend this library in each project. With all of this we have a CI process, a 1 hour execution to monitor our results and of course our bot, SpongeBot.
SpongeBot can check 40+ e-commerce sites, with 4+ environments, for desktop and mobile platforms always available for developers.
With this solution we achieve to decentralize the work, add value testing production and the confidence in SpongeBot notifications if something goes wrong.
1. What got you started/interested in Testing?
Since I was at the University, 10 years ago. My degree final project was a crawler to test the University login page with different user's type.
2. What has been your best moment/highlight working with Selenium?
When I had finished my first test suite for a very important media enterprise.
3. What do you think is the biggest challenge faced by Software Testers today?
Personally, I think is hard to teach your work mates to get involved in testing in all the project stages.
4. What is your advice to testers, who are new to automation?
It is not necessary to test everything always, It is better first recognize the client strongest parts, and then focus in automate them.
5. Tell us about the session(s) you will be presenting at the conference and why did you choose those topics?
I was going to talk about how to handle in a user friendly tool integrated in Slack. We provide our developers the possibility to run test suites in different environments 'gaming' with Slack. Because we are focused on integration of our developers in our testing ecosystem.
6. What are some of the key takeaways from your session(s)?
How to develop a simple tool to help our company to have a better quality on their products.
Testers are also developers and can develop tools to help programmers, with their daily work.
7. Which sessions are you most looking forward to attending at Selenium Conf?
Diego Molina, Jim Evans, and Smita Mishra.