Lessons Learned Founding an Open Source Project
Dan Cuellar, Creator of Appium
When I demo’ed what is now called Appium at the Selenium Conference in 2012 I had no idea what I was doing starting an open source project. I knew little about how open source operated and worked behind the scenes. Thanks to the help of a great community and the advice of some seasoned open source contributors, Appium has quickly become the most popular open source mobile automation framework. Along the way, mistakes were made, lessons were learned, and occasionally we got things right. I’ve put together a collection of stories and lessons that I’d like to share with others to help everyone manage, contribute to, and consume open source software projects more effectively.
QA in E-Commerce Environments with Selenium
Jesus Sanchez, QA Lead at Onestic
The role played by a QA in any software company. False miths and examples of everything a testing team can bring to all the project development levels. We will analyse the structure implanted in Onestic to test all our projects effectively and easily mantained.
Tireless traveler. IT engineer with a master in Big Data Analytics. Currently directing the QA department at Onestic, where I automate and monitor everything I can! Quality as a way of life! All my work experience has been linked to testing and how to implement this philosophy in the companies I have worked for. Active member of the Selenium community and occasional speaker. Founder of QA Minds Europe, where we offer high level training to testers and companies in Europe. Trying to expand the culture of quality by bringing together great professionals from the sector with great mentors.