03-02, 17:00–18:00 (UTC), Gather Town
Joe will interview Pekka, Tatu and Ed about Robot Framework, its capabilities and its community.
Pekka, Tatu and Ed are absolute experts in Robot Framework.
All from a different angle.
Pekka ,as the inventor and Core-Developer, has 100% insights and knowledge of its internals.
Tatu, as a long time library maintainer of Selenium Library and now Browser library and a heavily active person in the community, has knowledge about its use and its capabilities from a developer and users point of view.
Ed is one of the community leaders and keeps the community active and he is also the inventor of Robot Frameworks community organisation MarketSquare on GitHub.
Ed Manlove is a Robot Framework community member and leader who is dedicated to building up the community. Currently he is a member of the SeleniumLibrary team and helps lead the ecosystem of projects around web testing using Selenium. He has been a part of the Robot Framework community since 2011. Most recently Ed has been a Robot Framework Coach and Mentor consulting with a few clients and creating targeted robot training courses for them. You can see his latest contributions on his GitHub profile.
I'm a QA Engineer at DB Schenker and like to help projects getting started with their Test Automation journey. And most of the times, it involves Robot Framework.
I love the dicussions Slack channel with the community about Robot Framework and its ecosystem and I'm always impressed with the detailed information and help I get there.
In my freetime I often like to spend time with the family. If I have too much time, I grab my guitar which is catching dust or play some video games.
Pekka Klärck is a tester, developer and independent consultant from Finland with experience from testing and test automation since 2000. He is the lead developer of Robot Framework and thus knows the framework and the ecosystem around it extremely well.
Hi. I’m Joe Colantonio, founder of Test Guild – I'm the host of the longest-running podcast on automation testing, the Test Guild Automation podcast est. in 2014 (formerly TestTalks), and the creator of AutomationGuild (est. 2017), the premium, annual online event for test automation engineers.