The Climate Corporation
Joseph Ferrara is a seasoned Staff Engineer with over 20 years of experience ranging from development, test and test development for numerous companies. He’s spent over ten years at Microsoft developing consumer software and testing the software. Has also spent some time at startups in Seattle plus consulting with several companies including White Pages and Starbucks.
Joseph’s focus for the past several years has been mobile application testing, mainly on the iOS platform. He’s currently working as a front end Test Architect at The Climate Corporation. He led the development of a UI Test automation project and now consult with other front end projects regarding test engineering.
He has spoken at Seattle and Eastside Agile Testing Meetup events covering Apple’s XCUITest framework. A video of his presentation and slide deck is available at https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-and-Eastside-Agile-Testing/events/258165330/ Joseph also writes a blog with a focus on iOS UI Testing on https://joeferrara24.wordpress.com/.
- What Your UI Tests Need to Say - Joseph Ferrara, The Climate Corporation
UI Tests that only execute steps and return a Pass or a Fail are not very useful. While this kind of automation gets you much further along in your automation, it requires close examination of the test code and its logs to figure out what went wrong. Read More...
- Joseph Ferrara - Joseph Ferrara, 2019 Abstract, Paper, Slides, Video