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Last month at Office Hours, our own Growth Engineer Justin Cowperthwaite gave a lively talk called “What’s in an (Event) Name?” about CircleCI’s journey to implement reliable event analytics across our apps and services. If you couldn’t make the event in person, or just want to revisit the insightful presentation, you’ll find a video of the talk in its entirety below.

About the Talk

Why is it important to have a consistent behavioral analytics taxonomy? In his presentation, Justin goes over why having a consistent event naming schema is vital to easily understanding and using your behavior analytics, especially when trying to scale an analytics team.

What’s Next

Join us this Wednesday, January 25th, at 6pm for January Office Hours! The talk will feature Testim.io founder and CEO, Oren Rubin , presenting “Stable E2E/UI Testing with Statistical Element Locators”.

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In this talk we will delve into one the biggest challenges that test automation developers face: finding elements. A robust test means finding the same element with high fidelity while the Application Under Test keeps changing. We will show how to do E2E (End to End) testing with Testim.io’s implementation and how easy it is to connect it to CircleCI.

Seats are going quickly, RSVP today !

When

Wednesday January 25th @ 6 pm PT

Please plan travel accordingly to arrive before the speaker series begins. Entry doors will be locked (and no further attendees admitted) at 6:35pm PT

Where

Heavybit Clubhouse
325 9th Street (between Folsom & Harrison)
San Francisco, CA

Agenda

6:00 – 6:30 pm: Networking, food and drinks.
6:30 – 7:00 pm: Oren Rubin, Founder and CEO, Testim.io presents, “Stable E2E/UI Testing with Statistical Element Locators”
7:00 – 7:10 pm: Q+A
7:10 – 8:00 pm: Networking, sharing your success with CircleCI, hands-on support and troubleshooting available with CircleCI engineers

About the Speaker

Oren is the founder and CEO of Testim.io. Oren has 20 years of experience in the R&D world, most of which were dedicated to crafting testing tools, from dedicated languages of hardware verification, to web testing tools (e.g. Applitools and Testim.io). While working full-time, he taught Web Development Course at the Technion University and won the Google Developer Expert award. Oren lectures on testing worldwide and he is the co-organizer of the Selenium-Israel Meetup group.