2016 Speaker Proposal: Fail Proof Ways to Run Beautiful Tests Regardless Of Browser Choice by Kevin Berg

2016 Speaker Proposal: Fail Proof Ways to Run Beautiful Tests Regardless Of Browser Choice by Kevin Berg

What happens when you have thousands of tests that run beautifully in Chrome, but half of them fail in Internet Explorer? Unfortunately, this scenario is all too common for developers, and remains a major sore point for teams tasked with getting software out the door that runs in a growing number of browsers.

This talk will discuss how access to cloud-based Selenium Grids makes it easier than ever to run functional test suites in every imaginable operating system and browser combination. The result is less time and hassle adapting testing suites to each particular browser. Join Dr. Kevin Berg of Sauce Labs as he shares hands-on insight into ways you can optimize your tests for cross-browser functional testing.

The session will cover:

  • The role of testing in a CI/CD Pipeline.

  • Why cross browser testing is important: Websites look and behave differently depending on the browser in which they are displayed. Developers should aim to create a valuable experience for users regardless of the browser they have chosen.
  • How to use waits, error handling, and page objects to architect reliable cross-browser automated Selenium and Appium tests to speed up your development process.

Kevin BergDr. Kevin Berg is a Customer Automation Specialist at Sauce Labs where he works with prospective, new and existing customers to adapt their tests and frameworks to enhance their parallel and cross browser testing capabilities. Originally from Montana, he has written 30+ test framework examples that exhibit both parallel execution and cross browser testing capability for both desktop and mobile.

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