Software developer Angie Jones explains how she uses Twitter — where she has over 76,000 followers — to push the boundaries of what it means to be a mentor.
GitHub features Angie Jones in their ReadME Project which amplifies the voices of the open source community: the maintainers, developers, and teams whose contributions move the world forward every day.
This week we chat with Angie Jones, Java champion, prolific inventor, and senior director of developer relations at Applitools.
Angie Jones, Senior Director/Developer Relations at Applitools, joins Corey this week to have a good laugh as they discuss testing. Angie talks Corey through his own testing frustrations and makes the case for the importance of it within organizations. Angie takes the helm at teaching testing, and her work pays off! Angie discusses the whims of testing along with her contagious laughter.
This week we chat with Angie Jones about all things testing. We’ll cover unit testing, visual testing, end-to-end testing, and more!
Angie Jones, Java Champion, and Principal Developer Advocate at Applitools, walk Adi Polak through the concept of Visual testing, How Data & AI assists with test automation, and how Applitools partners with Microsoft.
One way to best ways stay abreast of the latest DevOps developments is to focus on what the leaders in the field are talking about on social media, and there's no better way to do that than to follow TechBeacon's DevOps 100 list.
Visual Testing has come a long way from the early days of x,y mouse clicks and pixel comparisons. Angie Jones joins the show to discuss how modern visual testing tools work and how to incorporate visual testing into a complete testing strategy.
In this week's episode of the Between Two Divs podcast I chatted with Angie Jones and we talked about her tech journey up until this point. We also discussed what the current election means for us and what is a dish that has to be at every Thanksgiving table.
Influential and inspiring developer advocates, sysadmins, and open source leaders to follow in 2020.
Angie Jones, a veteran of the tech industry and an avid creator of online coding courses, has made history as she was named as a new Java Champion.
A chat with Angie Jones who is a Senior Developer Advocate specialized in test automation strategies & techniques about how she discovered her niche in tech. Angie shares how she got her 25 patents, teaches us her secret to fighting imposters syndrome, and shows us how having a personal brand can help you level up in your career.
We talk putting your code to the test with Angie Jones, Senior Developer Advocate at Applitools, and former Senior Software Engineer in Test at Twitter.
In this episode, we talk about the benefits of code reviews to help improve the technical capabilities of yourself and your team.
Angie Jones chats with Kent about the advantages of visual testing your app with Applitools.
We’re joined by the inimitable Angie Jones! Angie shares her views of Test Automation as we head into 2020, along with her history in the industry, and more about her work with Test Automation University and with Applitools. Finally, Angie shares with us her boldest prediction for the 2020’s.
As DevOps matures, and the “shift-everything-left” philosophy gains ascendancy, there’s a movement to automate all—or most—phases of testing. However, there are some critical functions that may resist automation.
Hashnode interviews Angie Jones about her experiences in tech and understanding the current health of the tech industry.
In this episode, Angie Jones takes us through the ins and outs of automating software quality processes and how it’s a craft of its’ own, crucial in large-scale software building.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Angie Jones about her experience as a teacher, her teaching and learning styles and she shares some advice for those looking to get into the world of teaching.
On this episode, Alison Wade and Jessie Shternshus chat with Angie Jones, a formidable automation engineer who is literally changing the face of technology. This year she recorded and commercial for John Frieda talking about changing the narrative about women of color in tech.
TestTalking with Angie Jones about ways to learn more about automation. So listen up and discover a must-know resource for the automation testing community.
A story of two remarkable women, giving their time and talents to the community. When what’s not normal but should be, there is a need to make it visible and share the story.
The New Stack sat down with three developer advocates — Nicolas Grenié, Angie Jones, and Mary Thengvall — to figure out what their roles really mean.
Shuri is a black tech prodigy in the fictional Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here is an up-to-date list of 150 black women and non-binary people to follow in tech.
This story highlights how Angie Jones helps automation engineers and developers around the world become better at their jobs.
Here are 25 modern day female STEAM heroes you should know now, and can look forward to studying in future textbooks.
Angie returns to Hanselminutes to discuss the state of test automation, her transition from Twitter engineering to Developer Advocacy, and her new initiative Test Automation University.
In this egghead.io podcast episode, Angie shares her thought process and steps to coming up with patented inventions, and also her insights on test automation/software development.
Angie Jones joins the cast of this hip podcast to talk about Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in everyday applications like Spotify, Netflix, and Stitch Fix.
Angie joins the hosts of the Cucumber Podcast to help interview John Ferguson Smart, Jan Molak, and Nat Pryce about the Screenplay Design Pattern
In this Test Talks interview, Angie Jones discusses the future of testing and the skills you’ll need to test AI-based technologies.
Angie Jones is changing the narrative about women of color in tech. Watch the short mini-documentary about Angie’s transformation. Created by John Frieda US and Vox Creative.
We interviewed Angie Jones from Twitter. Angie is a very well-known software testing professional and she is highly focused on software test automation.
In this Test Talks interview, Angie joins Richard Bradshaw and Gil Tayar to discuss what automation trends we think that will dominate our work environment in 2018. We also cover what major skills, tools, and best practices are in high demand.
Angie Jones, the Senior Software Engineer at Twitter, is about to join us at TechChill to speak about how to keep the momentum of fast delivery while also embracing the quality initiatives.
Host, Keith Klain, talks about all things test automation with Angie Jones, Bas Dijkstra, Paul Grizzaffi, and Ashley Hunsberger.
Cucumber co-founder, Matt Wynne, interviews Angie about test automation, strategies for BDD adoption, and the future role of testers.
Angie and Ash Coleman join the Screen Testing podcast to deep-dive through some important cultural talking-points, including how we educate children about race issues, how feminist movements tend to favor white women, and how we can shift a community’s mentality.
Angie is featured in QASymphony’s e-book, The Future of Software Testing: 12 Testing Experts Share Their Predictions discussing her thoughts on what’s in store for the future of software testing, and how testers can prepare and adapt to this transformation.
As a renowned figure in the testing community, a frequent speaker at international conferences and a heavy blogger, Angie tells us about her conference experiences and what working out loud means to her.
Angie talks with Hexawise about her background, views on testing, her move to Twitter, and how to stay current in the industry
Podcast episode where Angie explains what test automation is and its importance in the Software Development process.
Angie Jones talks with Dave Rael about inspiration, mentoring, experiences, and diversity in tech.
Angie challenges us to consider including Automation earlier in the product development cycle. Is Automation included in your company’s “Definition of Done?”
Spectacular Magazine highlights Angie Jones during Black History Month.
By Geekgirl asked six female leaders in the tech community how to have your voice heard and share your ideas without being ignored.
The Tempest had the opportunity to speak to Jones about her career, motivation, and where she stands in the technology world.
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.
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).
Angie speaks to Gem Hill and helps demystify the black box which is test automation.
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.
Angie Jones joins this episode of Test Talks to discuss the subject of women and minorities in tech.
Angie Jones and others are helping to shape the future of technology in the Triangle.
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.
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.
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