In 2008, Federico co-founded Abstracta (www.abstracta.us), a company that is dedicated to providing testing services and create development tools that help to simplify software testing tasks. Federico holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the School of Computer UCLM, in Spain, and he completed his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering at the University of the Republic in Uruguay. Since he started testing in 2005, he has participated in functional, automated and performance testing projects as an analyst, tester and project leader. He co-founded Abstracta Academy and Apptim (formerly, Monkop). In 2014, he published the first testing book entirely in Spanish called «Introduction to Information Systems Testing». He co-founded and collaborates in the Nahual project (www.nahual.uy), a non-profit organization for social inclusion through an education in software testing, and TestingUY (www.testinguy.org), the biggest testing conference in Latin America. Since 2019 he moved to California, USA, with his wife who is a researcher at UC Berkeley.
All Sessions by Federico Toledo
Día 2 – Container B
Migrar el testing a open source
18:05 - 18:35 GMT-3En crisis uno busca optimizar costos, por ej migrando a herramientas open source. Quiero compartir mi experiencia trabajando con herramientas open source de testing funcional, automatizado y performance. Veremos qué alternativas hay, cómo elegir según contexto y cómo migrar lo que ya tenemosAutomationDevelopmentDevOpsQATestingDónde21 de octubre - Container Verde