AI Helps Me! I Have a lot of Tests to Analyze!
Andres Sacco has been working as a developer since 2007 in different languages, including Java, PHP, NodeJs, Scala, and Kotlin. Most of his background is in Java and the libraries or frameworks associated with this language. In most of the companies he worked for, he researched new technologies to improve the performance, stability, and quality of the applications of each company.
In 2017 he started to find new ways to optimize the transference of data between applications to reduce the cost of infrastructure. He suggested some actions, some of them applicable in all the manual microservices and others in just a few. All this work concludes with the creation of a series of theoric-practical projects, which are available on the page Manning.com Recently he published a book on Apress about the last version of Scala. Also, he published a set of theoric-practical projects about uncommon ways of testing like architecture tests and chaos engineering.
He dictated internal courses to different audiences like developers, business analysts, and commercial people. Also, he participates as a Technical Reviewer on the books of the editorials: Manning, Apress, and Packt.
About the Talk
During this talk, you will see the problems that could appear when you have errors or problems with your different types of tests and how the existing tools that most developers use must provide an automatic way to categorize or predict if other ones could be connected.
You will learn how to Report Portal collect and parse the information of the execution of the tests using machine learning can infer if different types of errors have certain similarities and show you that information with the idea of validating it. Also, you will see the relevance of having information on the previous executions and metrics about the evolution of our tests.