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Appium Essentials

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Appium Essentials

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (14 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Shankar Garg is an agile enthusiast, with expertise in automation testing. Currently, he works as a senior consultant with Xebia IT Architects India Pvt. Ltd.

He started his career as a Java developer, but his love for breaking things got him into testing. He has worked on the automation of many projects for web, mobile, and SOA technologies. Right now, he is in love with Cucumber, Selenium, Appium, and Groovy.

Prior to working with Xebia, he has worked for, Honeywell, and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

He is a Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), certified tester (ISTQB), as well as a certified programmer for Java (SCJP 5.0) and Oracle9i (OCA).

Petro Podrezo is a software consultant from Toronto, Canada. He holds an HBSc degree from the University of Toronto in computer science and has specialized in software engineering. His work is mostly based on web development, but occasionally, it stretches into the realm of mobile applications development. Apart from work, Petro enjoys contributing to various open source projects and developing web apps as side projects.

Yalçın Yenigün has been working in the IT industry since 2009. He earned his bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Galatasaray, Istanbul. He has experience in object-oriented design, analysis, agile, test-driven development, and Java/J2EE, in the full life cycle of the software design process. He has worked for ZeroBuffer and Vodafone as a software engineer and implemented various large-scale projects.

Yalçın currently works as a software development unit manager in BilgeAdam, where he is responsible for people management, for a division of more than 10 software engineers. He is a trainer of Java programming, Effective Java programming, Java Enterprise Edition, Java Web Services, Android programming, and the Professional SCRUM Developer courses for corporates. He has been sponsored by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey for open source research projects as well.