About
As test automation engineers, many of us are asked to do more and more test automation. Leadership may be asking you for the percentage of manual test cases that have been converted to automation scripts, or the dreaded question, "Why wasn't this caught with our test automation scripts?"

Join Janna Loeffler, Director of Engineering at mParticle, as she talks through how to efficiently scale your test automation efforts.

In this webinar you will learn about:

• Common inefficiencies in test automation practices
• Test automation metrics
• Reporting out your test automation efforts

Discover how scaling your test automation may not be a technology problem but more so a cultural problem.
When
Tue, Jan 25, 2022 · 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
Presenters
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Janna Loeffler
Director of Engineering, mParticle
Janna Loeffler has more than fifteen years of software quality experience. She holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and a master's degree in business administration. Working in a variety of software engineering roles, including development, testing, quality assurance, and DevOps, has provided her with a holistic view of software engineering. She has worked on a wide variety of products, such as industrial controls, embedded medical devices, websites, mobile applications, and theme park attractions. Janna has a passion for helping people build high-quality software more efficiently.
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Alison Wade
President, TechWell
Alison Wade is the President of TechWell and an accomplished executive dedicated to the business of software. For the past fifteen years, she has worked with industry leaders developing programs for software development and testing professionals. She currently serves as the Program Chair for EPIC Experience, STAREAST, and STARWEST. She plays a vital role in Agile + DevOps West and East and also served as the program chair for STARCANADA and Mobile Test and Dev. Alison strives to increase awareness of diversity in the software industry concerning both the workforce and the role of software beyond commercial products and IT departments. In 2015, Alison launched Women Who Test, a program dedicated to women in software testing womenwhotest.com. You can find her at @awadesqe or @womenwhotest.