Discussion: "The role of the tester: automator vs manual"
Is this separation appropriate for you?
Which skills are more important to the automator: testing or programming?
Is it possible to be a Senior (at least for a salary) without the ability to program?
Moderator of the discussion: Oleksii Burdin
- Sergey Pirogov (EPAM Systems)
- Mykola Solopii (Alteryx)
- Ellina Azadova (DataArt)
- Daria Alimova (Thomas Cook/Skelia)
- Solution Architect at EPAM Systems
- Test automation expert, blogger, podcaster
- Аims to advance automation practices via popularization of knowledge at related technologies
- Contributes to the community as an active speaker and program committee member
- Founder of automation-remarks.com, QAGuild Podcast, and QAGuild community
- Winner of Ukraine IT Award 2018 “Quality Assurance”
- 5+ years of experience in testing web-based and mobile software applications
- 2+ years of teaching on offline, online courses and conferences "Testing Theory", "JS Test Automation", and "JS for QA"
- Solid experience in creating test projects from scratch at all test levels using almost all popular js/ts frameworks for test automation
- Linkedin, Github, Facebook
- Has been working for more than 10+ years in the field of testing in the following positions: SM / Lead / Senior QA
- Organizes Kyiv Testers Meetup
- In his spare time, he likes to write self-tests in Python
- QA Lead
- 13 years in IT, 8 in testing, 4 years as a testing lead
- 10 years of teaching experience and speeches at conferences
- Specializes in developing test strategies, team management and the development of QA specialists
- Co-author of courses for testers
- Delivery Manager at Thomas Cook/Skelia
- She have been working in IT for 11 years, worked for a long time as a QA manager in setups for 12-15 teams, last year - PM&DM in small setups for 4-5