Test Automation University surpasses 100,000 enrolled students

    Applitools announced on 31st October that Test Automation University (TAU) has surpassed 100,000 enrolled students. This is the world’s single largest free online test automation education community. To commemorate this achievement, TAU will hold a virtual event named “TAU: The Homecoming”.

    TAU: The Homecoming is a free two-day virtual conference where TAU teachers will deliver interesting seminars and teach live workshops on important test automation topics. The event will consist of games, a live DJ, and much more.

    Interested people can register for the TAU: The Homecoming

    The confirmed speakers for Test Automation University’s Homecoming are as follows:

    • Angie Jones, Executive Director of Test Automation University
    • Andrew Knight, Lead Software Engineer in Test for PrecisionLender at Q2
    • Jason Arbon, Chief Technology Officer at
    • Marie Drake, Quality Engineering Manager at Zoopla
    • Joe Colantonio, Founder of Testguild
    • Carlos Kidman, Director of Engineering and Open Source Developer
    • Julia Pottinger, Head of Training and Development at QualityWorks Consulting Group, LLC
    • Mike Clark, QA Engineering Manager at
    • Rudolf Groetz, Agile Engineering Coach/Guild Lead Test & Test Automation at Raiffeisen Bank International AG
    • Beth Marshall, Staff Quality and Test Engineer at Smoothwall
    • Patrick Döring, Chief Architect Test Automation & Portfolio Manager Test Automation at ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE
    • Paul Merrill, Principal at Beaufort Fairmont, LLC
    • Corina Pip, Senior Test Automation Engineer at Sage Intacct, Inc.
    • Manoj Kumar, Principal Technologist at Thoughtworks
    • Filip Hric, SDET and QA lead at Slido

    “It has been such a joy to witness the growth of Test Automation University. The community of students and instructors is remarkable,” said Angie Jones, Head of Developer Relations at Applitools and Executive Director of Test Automation University. “Just two years after TAU began, we are thrilled to be celebrating this 100,000 student milestone with a virtual event for the community to learn and celebrate. Reminiscent of homecoming celebrations in traditional colleges, this event will be fun, interactive, and unlike anything, the community has experienced.”

    Since the release of Test Automation University’s first course in January 2019, the platform has helped people of all skill levels progress in their professions. So far, 43 eminent instructors have prepared a curriculum of 60 individual courses and 13 distinct learning paths at Test Automation University. The courses cover web, API, mobile, and codeless automation frameworks, as well as programming languages like Java, JavaScript, C#, Python, Ruby, and Swift.

    Interested people who want to start learning at Test Automation University visit

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