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Roll up to BrowserStack virtual developer summit 20-23 July

Channel partners and developers are invited to attend a BrowserStack four-day virtual summit on 20-23 July which looks set to cover everything to do with testing: Breakpoint 2020.

According to BrowserStack, the event will highlight leading software development practices, from right around the world.

Top development benefits from teams who test early, often and continuously, from quality assurance leaders at Twitter and Trivago to core contributors at Selenium or Robot Framework, it confirms.

“Breakpoint 2020 brings you lessons on shipping fast, without breaking things, and delivering quality software at speed,” according to the developer tools specialist. “Learn what it takes to ship with confidence.”

Sign up to learn how to set up QA processes, from initial script to culturally-informed transformation to automated testing processes, for example.

“The best teams in the world win with test automation at scale. Learn how they set up efficient devops pipelines and release cycles to ship quality software at speed,” says BrowserStack.

Speakers from the world of testing include Trivago test automation engineer Benjamin Bischoff; Twitter’s senior test engineer Nupur Pallavi and software engineer Omose Olaga; Optimizely senior staff engineer Brian Lucas; Salesforce quality and accessibility engineer Crystal Preston-Watson; Thomson Reuters’ senior engineering manager Abesh Rajasekharan; BREDEX GmbH CEO and head of quality Alexandra Schladebeck; and many more.

Register here for Breakpoint 2020.

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