Ask Me Anything - Modern Testing

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Alan Page

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Join us for an engaging Ask Me Anything (AMA) featuring Alan Page, a renowned expert in software testing. In this session, Alan dives into the world of Modern Testing, providing valuable insights and expertise.

The conversation covers a range of topics, including how newcomers can navigate the path to becoming modern testers, instilling a quality culture within teams, and whether there are scenarios where traditional testing may be more appropriate than modern methods. Alan also clarifies the distinctions between the fourth and seventh principles of modern testing. This AMA webinar recording offers a concise yet informative glimpse into the evolving landscape of software testing and the principles guiding its future.
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Alan Page

Director

Alan has been improving software quality since 1993 and currently leads an organization that includes software infrastructure, tools, documentation, and quality coaching. Previous to Unity, Alan spent 22 years at Microsoft working on projects spanning the company – including a two-year position as Microsoft’s Director of Test Excellence. Alan was the lead author of the book “How We Test Software at Microsoft”, contributed chapters for “Beautiful Testing”, and “Experiences of Test Automation: Case Studies of Software Test Automation”. His latest ebook (which may or may not be updated soon) is a collection of essays on test automation called “The A Word: Under the Covers of Test Automation”, and is available on leanpub .
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