6:00 – 6:30 PM: Networking, Meet/Greet
6:30 – 8:00 PM: QA THE AGILE WAY main event
Our topic this month is: Assuring your skills “Grasping Selenium”. This will be an interactive learning session!
In a software automation test engineer role, you will be responsible for performing analysis on architecture process to determine the best framework and tool to use in each situation, in an effort to develop functional automated test scripts giving the client greater test coverage in a shorter amount of time.
A great tool to start off with is with Selenium.Grasping Selenium will support your knowledge growth in automation and prepare you to use other tools in the future.
Our Mentor will be Antwan Maddox, lead Test Engineer , AgileThought
Antwan Maddox has worked in Quality Assurance for over 10 years.
Starting his career as a software developer has aided him in utilizing key development practices and principles to develop strong customized frameworks for large enterprise application projects at AgileThought.
The following will be a list of the concepts that we will cover to aid in aligning you toward the software automation test engineer career path:
Selenium Automation Framework Design & Development
• Selenium, an extensible automation framework
• What is a an automation testing framework and what are its properties
• Why Do We Use a Test Automation Framework
• What are the different types of automation frameworks
• What are the different automation testing framework models
• Set Up Project for Selenium Automation Framework
• WebDriver Extensions Methods
• Selenium Page Objects
• Custom methods for controls
• Managing Test Data through
• Manage and Read Configurations using Configuration Manager
• WebElement Extensions Method
We will be using Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise Edition. We encourage all participants to follow along, as we build an automation framework from scratch.
Soda, coffee, and water for this meetup are made possible by our generous sponsor & event hosts Bisk
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