Lessons I learned from my developers: A tester’s perspective
by Corina Pip, “I’m a Little Tester” blog & comic series
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“As an automation focused tester, I have always worked in a team where my developers were within reach. I could ask them questions or they would willingly offer some advice that would help me write efficient code, and become better at understanding how the software works. In this talk I would like to share the most important lessons I learned from working with them, to show how beneficial learning from developers is, and how working closely with them can help you easily solve issues by applying their way of thinking.”
Corina is a Senior Test & Automation Engineer, with focus on testing by means of Java, Selenium, TestNG, Spring, Maven, and other cool frameworks and tools. Previous endeavours from her 11+ years testing career include working on navigation devices, in the online gaming industry, in the aviation software and automotive industries.
Apart from work, Corina is a testing blogger and a GitHub contributor. She is the creator of a wait based library for Selenium testing and creator of “The Little Tester” comic series. She also tweets at @imalittletester.
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