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Friday, June 4 • 13:30 - 14:10
Simplifying Your Test Runs With ‘Make’

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The ‘make’ command has been around since 1976 and was originally used to build executable programs. In this talk I want to show how this powerful tool can greatly reduce complexity and eliminate stumbling blocks of running your automated tests. This applies to both CI pipelines and local test runs on developer or QA machines.

Key takeaways:
  • Understand how automation engineers can simplify test runs using ‘make’ 
  • See the benefits of Makefiles for different use cases
  • Realize that “old” technology can be used to solve new problems

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Benjamin Bischoff

Knowledge Lead - Test Automation, Ubisoft
Benjamin, a software developer and trainer with 15 years of experience, decided in 2016 to make test automation his main profession. After working as a Test Automation Engineer at Trivago for five years, he returned to his former employer Ubisoft Düsseldorf in 2021 to contribute... Read More →

Friday June 4, 2021 13:30 - 14:10 EEST