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Simplifying test automation for everyone

Simplifying test automation for everyone

What is Automation Testing?

Automation testing is a critical component of the software development life cycle. It is the practice of running tests on software or websites with minimal human interaction. It's the most effective way to ensure that your code is tested in a consistent and repeatable manner, which improves the quality of your software applications and allows you to fix problems or avoid mistakes that would otherwise be difficult to detect manually. Because it allows for repeatable and consistent results over time, automation testing is more efficient than manual testing.

With Testsigma, a powerful open source test automation platform for web apps, mobile apps, and APIs, you can build stable and reliable end-to-end tests at DevOps speed!

For those who want to know more about how Testsigma is simplifying test automation, we are delighted to have Rukmangada Naidu & Amit Wadekar from the team for an AMA Session.

About the speakers

Rukmangada Naidu (aka KR): KR is the founder and CEO of Testsigma, an open-source and codeless test automation platform for testers worldwide. KR started Testsigma as a cloud-based test automation platform with the vision of simplifying test automation for everyone. Testsigma's open source community edition has been launched, too, increasing the scope of its application and usability.

Amit Wadekar: Amit is the Director of Key Account Management at Testsigma. He drives multiple teams like Pre-sales/Technical Sales, Account Management, Customer Success, and QA for the organization.

What will you learn in this session?

  1. The basics of test automation
  2. Various tools in the testing ecosystem
  3. Monetizing open-source products
  4. Tracking the growth of open source products
  5. Comparison with other test automation alternatives
  6. Opportunities to contribute and the rewards
  7. The roadmap of Testsigma

Feel free to ask any questions you have in the discussion thread below! And don't forget to RSVP to attend the live AMA session. See you there