I’m excited to announce I’ve been accepted to talk at a bunch of upcoming events.
Espresso: A Screenshot is Worth 1,000 Words
Do your product owners, designers and the people that pay you understand what in the world your Espresso tests are doing and why they are valuable? You’ve spent so much time and effort writing these tests and your whole team deserves to get the most benefit out of them. In this talk you’ll learn how to setup your Espresso tests to take programatic screenshots, and leverage the Robot pattern of testing for clean, readable, and maintainable tests. You’ll also learn guidelines on when it’s appropriate to write Espresso tests instead of Robolectric or Unit tests, and how to leverage mock data to make your Espresso tests run with Tesla-like speed.
I have architected the Espresso test setup for our Capital One Wallet Android team and helped execute our ongoing continuous integration efforts. We’ve seen a 4x+ speed improvement over Appium, have more maintainable tests, and now have visibility for anyone to look into our test coverage.
- Richmond Java User Group (RJUG) – September 21st – Richmond, VA
- DevFestDC – September 23rd – McClean, VA – 20% Off Ticket Link
- Droidcon NYC – September 29th/30th – New York City
“Continuous Integration Tips & Tricks for Android”
This is a co-talk with Dan Jarvis, the tech lead for Capital One Wallet for Android.
- Android Summit on August 26th in McLean, VA