We invite you to the free Webinar: A brief history of Unity automation.
The webinar will take place on September 7th, 2022. Start at 19:30 (GMT+3).
Speaker about the webinar:
Inside Unity Technologies we built one of the most challenging automation setups in the world. We make software that runs on 20+ platforms with millions of users and billions of deployments. Our software engineers have to keep a high pace of feature development while maintaining quality. We have more than 100k tests that we run often on all our development branches producing 2M test runs a day, 60M monthly and hundreds of millions of runs yearly.
In this talk, I will explain how company culture influenced the evolution of our automation solutions. From poorly connected pieces to a solid, unified, data-driven solution running on tens of platforms and used by hundreds of our employees every day. I’ll go through the challenges we met, important decisions we made, what went wrong, what went right, and what we are still struggling with.
The knowledge you get at the webinar will help you make automation more resilient.
1. Development process at Unity
2. Test automation at Unity and it’s challenges
3. How did we do about slow tests
4. What did we do about slow tests
5. Where are we now
6. What you can learn from our experience
Theoretical knowledge that you will gain:
- Learn about test automation at scale
- Learn do and don’ts of tests automation
Practical skills that you will gain after the webinar:
- Learn what elements of our experience can be applied to solve test automation issues inside your own companies.
Who will be interested:
- anyone interested in test automation
Yan Drugalya (Germany)
- Senior Software Engineer at Unity Technologies.
- Yan has been developing software for nearly two decades. For the last 10 years, Yan works at unity3d, where he focuses on test automation and tool which improve development velocity. Yan occasionally speaks at conferences and writes blog posts, where he explores the technical and psychological sides of software development.