[Webinar] Discover Key Trends in Test Automation in 2023

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Hi Community members, :wave:

In the next 12 months, where do you find yourself in the ever-evolving landscape of software testing? Staying ahead of the latest trends is essential for success and elevating how we approach testing.

Join the Dallas Three on 2023-06-26T14:00:00Z - Mike Verinder, Paul Grizzaffi, and Rex Jones II, as we delve into the exciting realm of test automation and uncover the key trends shaping the industry. Whether you’re a software tester, QA professional, or testing team lead, this webinar is your guide to understanding the impact of AI, exploring trends in open-source tools, and gaining practical insights into the future of testing.

Key takeaways

  • How is AI affecting the Test Automation space (R&D, Regulatory, Company Bans)
  • Trends in Open Source Tools
  • What will a tester’s world start to look like 12 months from now?

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Our speakers

Paul Grizzaffi Rex Jones Mike Verinder
Paul Grizzaffi - Senior Automation Architect at Vaco Rex Jones II - Certified Software Tester Engineer, Trainer, Author, Blogger & YouTuber Mike Verinder - Chief Community Advocate at Katalon, Inc.
As a Senior Automation Architect at Vaco, Paul Grizzaffi is following his passion for providing technology solutions to testing, QE, and QA organizations, including automation assessments, implementations, and through activities benefiting the broader testing community. An accomplished keynote speaker and writer, Paul has spoken at both local and national conferences and meetings. He is a member of the Industry Advisory Board of the Advanced Research Center for Software Testing and Quality Assurance (STQA) at UT Dallas where he is a frequent guest lecturer. When not spouting 80s metal lyrics, Paul enjoys sharing his experiences and learnings from other testing professionals. Rex Jones II has a passion for sharing knowledge about leadership and testing software. His background is development but enjoys testing applications. Rex is an author, trainer, consultant, and former Board of Director for User Group: Dallas / Fort Worth Mercury User Group (DFWMUG) and member of User Group: Dallas / Fort Worth Quality Assurance Association (DFWQAA). In addition, he is a Certified Software Tester Engineer (CSTE) and has a Test Management Approach (TMap) certification. Rex created a social network that demonstrates Programming and Test Automation videos. In addition to the social network, he has written multiple Programming / Automation books covering VBScript the programming language for QTP/UFT, Java, Python, Selenium WebDriver, Page Object Model, and TestNG. Mike Verinder is the Chief Community Advocate at Katalon. Mike has 20+ years of experience in digital technology. He is an expert in Automation, Cloud services, AI DevOps, Digital Transformation, and more. Mike also founded and has managed the Selenium Automation Users Community of 181K+ members.

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This was a great webinar. Looking forward to more like this.

I also wonder if a weekly podcast following similar themes (i.e. without demos) might be a good platform for both general brand awareness and user retention.

@albert.vu @mike.verinder @Coty

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Thanks Russ !
Looking forward to having you in one when your up for it !

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Hi folks, :wave:

For those who would prefer the “Too long, didn’t watch” version of the webinar, below is a short article detailing all the topics that were discussed in the session :point_down: