Daniel Gordillo
Daniel Gordillo
QA
I started working as a QA Engineer at SADESI (Seville) in 2011, where I worked for one year. My main tasks were designing tests, executing manual tests, create performance and security tests, etc. Later I worked in Madrid for the Ministry of Health and the Bank of Spain as a QA Analyst. Currently I'm the QA Lead at Ebury and I'm very proud of my team's growth. Together we work to improve the quality in our Dev's teams

Daniel Gordillo

Author

Daniel Gordillo

QA
I started working as a QA Engineer at SADESI (Seville) in 2011, where I worked for one year. My main tasks were designing tests, executing manual tests, create performance and security tests, etc. Later I worked in Madrid for the Ministry of Health and the Bank of Spain as a QA Analyst. Currently I'm the QA Lead at Ebury and I'm very proud of my team's growth. Together we work to improve the quality in our Dev's teams

Development, Events

Takeaways from the 2018 ExpoQA in Madrid

July 23, 2018

July 23, 2018

For the fourth consecutive year, Ebury attended the ExpoQA conference during 4-6 June in Madrid. Events such as these are paramount in order to stay updated with the latest news in technology, tools, methodologies and all the nerdy stuff we love.

We would like to highlight the following  presentations:

  • Focus on product quality instead of testing by Dana Aonofriesei. She offered a look into how we need to pay attention to quality in production monitoring. We loved her alert system where the alerts have the status “Pending”, “Researching” and “Solved” to help manage the alerts and give better visibility. In addition, we really liked how her system automatically assigns bugs by “keywords”.
  • Yes, we can. Integrating test automation in a manual context by Andreas Faes. Based on his experience, he talked about implementing test automation processes in his company, up to the point of how developers are using code created by QA (dev in test) to test his developer code, similar to TDD but with tests driven by QA. This is something that we will be looking to apply in our own teams.

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Quality assurance

Unit testing execution for legacy code (part 1): Implementation

October 17, 2016

October 17, 2016

When we talk about Unit Tests we generally mean tests for individual units of source code as created as an outcome of Test Driven Development. But how can we apply this when we’re developing against areas of our code base that don’t have unit tests to start with, that is essentially Legacy code?

This post describes how we approached this problem in three phases.

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