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How to Migrate from Manual Testing to Continuous Testing in 6 Weeks

Start Date:11/24/2020

Start Time:2:00 PM EST

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

It’s still true that many companies today test their mobile applications manually. Why is that? Testing two different platforms, multiple device manufacturers, multiple development frameworks, plus testing frameworks that are difficult to set up and maintain can lead even large enterprise organizations to feel the need to continue this process. 

Join Shani Shoham, CEO of 21, as he shares lessons learned after 6 years of building autonomous testing for mobile apps and testing hundreds of applications. Shani will also outline:

  • What it takes for companies to achieve continuous testing for their mobile development in a matter of weeks
  • How to optimize your continuous testing to test what is important
  • How to ensure real coverage in only a few weeks

Shani will discuss the various frameworks, offer tips to make the best of them and share lessons learned after working with hundreds of organizations. 

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Speakers

Shani Shoham

Co-founder

21labs.io

Shani Shoham is a serial entrepreneur and engineer, currently on his third testing company. 21 Labs, his current company connects testing and production autonomously. Prior to 21 Shani was the President of an AI-based testing company and has worked with engineering and QA leaders at companies such as Salesforce, Walmart, Verizon, and others to tackle their QA challenges. Shani is an alum of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as well as the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. Shani currently resides in Silicon Valley.

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