S3E7 - Andrey Momot - The "holy trinity" of software quality
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Today’s guest is an inspiration for any test engineer out there who wants to drive their organization’s quality engineering and shift-left testing practices, working in a way that devs and testers can best collaborate. Get to know Andrey Momot, a QA Lead at WalkMe, the company that pioneered the Digital Adoption Platform to simplify user experiences by combining insights, engagement, guidance and automation capabilities. In our conversation, Andrey shares his keys to success in a team where developers are in charge of manual testing and the QA lead owns the overall test and automation strategy.

Episode highlights:

- Collaborating with developers when you are the team’s sole QA
- How to sell the idea to developers to manually test their own code
- The test automation solution that WalkMe has success with
- What Andrey calls the “holy trinity of quality” and how teams can achieve it

Find relevant links and a transcript of the episode here: https://abstracta.us/blog/podcast/andrey-momot-software-quality-holy-trinity/
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