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Developer of Fire

Angie Jones talks with Dave Rael about inspiration, mentoring, experiences, and diversity in tech.

QA Symphony

Spectacular Magazine

Angie Jones, Master Inventor: Black History In The Making

Spectacular Magazine highlights Angie Jones during Black History Month.

STP Radio

Angie and Paul Merrill talk about their upcoming STPCon workshop, The Dominoes of Automation, as well as give previews of their talks.

Test Talks

Ep 138: Is the Screenplay Pattern Better Than Page Objects

Angie offers her opinion on using the Screenplay Pattern as opposed to the Page Object Model for test automation.

News & Observer

‘Hidden Figures’ inspires girls in their scientific pursuits

The News & Observer interviews Angie Jones, the lead of the Raleigh-Durham Chapter of Black Girls Code, about their recent field trip where the organization sponsored an outing for young girls to see the inspirational movie ‘Hidden Figures’.

The Testing Show (Part 2)

Automation and Defining “Done”

Angie continues her interview on The Testing Show and talks about ways that automation can be put first in stories (yes, really) and ways that she has been able to get team buy in and cooperation to make that process effective.

The Testing Show (Part 1)

Automation and Defining “Done”

Angie joins The Testing Show to talk about better ways to perform automation, who should be responsible for what, and how everyone on the team can contribute to automation efforts (hint, you don’t need to be a coder to help make great automation, but it certainly helps).

Let's Talk About Tests Baby

Ep 68: Automatic for the people

Angie speaks to Gem Hill and helps demystify the black box which is test automation.

The HanselMinutes Podcast

Angie challenges us to consider including Automation earlier in the product development cycle. Is Automation included in your company’s “Definition of Done?”

Testing in the Pub

Angie Jones and Ash Coleman on an episode of Testing In The Pub live from TestBash Philadelphia. In this episode we talk to Angie Jones and Ash Coleman about their experiences of TestBash and testing, and discuss the best ways to embed testing and automation within a project.

By GeekGirl

6 Female Leaders on How to Have Your Voice Heard

By Geekgirl asked six female leaders in the tech community how to have your voice heard and share your ideas without being ignored.

Test Talks

Podcast: Why We Need More Women & Minorities in Tech

Spectacular Magazine

Angie Jones and others are helping to shape the future of technology in the Triangle

The Tempest

Angie Jones talks technology, Black culture, and Diva Chix

The Tempest had the opportunity to speak to Jones about her career, motivation, and where she stands in the technology world.

Remeshed Publication

8 Women of Color Game Developers You Should Know

Ramshed interviewed Angie Jones about being a women of color game developer.

News & Observer

TechGirlz introduces girls to technology field

Angie and eight other women sitting at the table are world-class programmers and technologists, the kind of people directly responsible for RTP’s global reputation. Yet they’ve gathered at the Bandwidth office at N.C. State University’s Centennial Campus as volunteers. They host events at their companies to get girls doing podcasting or building robots – and to dispel myths about technology jobs before the girls are old enough to decide it’s not the field for them.

Ebony Magazine

Young Leaders: 30 under 30.

Angie Jones is featured as one of Ebony Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 – a group of young, educated, talented, Black men and women who are soaring to tremendous heights and making accomplishments in the areas of law, politics, religion, technology, education, communications, music, arts, and entertainment.