A testing advocate, frequent conference speaker, book writer and experienced course developer and instructor, Lisa teaches the Test Automation Essentials half of this course, where you'll learn about the ways to optimize and implement your test automation strategy.
Having spent a decade working across a variety of roles within engineering before his current role as a solutions architect at mabl, where he uses his real world experience as a tester to help address customer challenges throughout their testing journey, Darrel teaches the mabl-specific section of the course, where you'll learn how to take all the concepts Lisa has taught you and put them to work for you.
It’s a classic dilemma - your team has decided to start using a particular tool to save you time, but after you’ve made the decision, you’re so busy you wonder when you’ll have time to learn how to use it! And when it comes to test automation - I don’t know about you, but learning a new test automation tool seems kind of scary. This is how teams end up with tools sitting “on the shelf”.
That’s why we want to help you jump start your mabl test automation journey with our mablU u courses. For those with little or no experience in test automation or programming, we have “Test Automation Essentials”. These lessons start with the basics of test automation terminology, concepts and leading practices. You’ll see that many teams share common obstacles to successful test automation efforts and how to avoid them. We've built these mini-courses to help mabl users get up to speed fast, but the Test Automation Essentials lessons are tool-agnostic, so even if you don’t plan to use mabl, you’ll find helpful information.
If you’ve used other test automation tools or have programming experience, you may prefer to dive right into our mabl-specific course. Darrel Farris, one of mabl’s solution architects, walks through examples step by step to supercharge your mabl journey. This course is still in progress, but has helpful information for those looking to get started with mabl.