GTAC 2007: Ali Saifee - Muvee Framework for Autonomous Test





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Ali-Akber Saifee - Muvee Framework for Autonomous Testing

The 2nd Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) in our New York office on August 23 and 24, 2007

Ali was born in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. His hobbies then were to water the garden and eat mushroom soup. At the age of four, he moved to Karachi, Pakistan. His interests diversified and he discovered the Commodore 64. At the age of 7 he pulled out the manual and wrote his first piece of software - a small red bouncing ball (similar to the game bricks - but without the bricks, and a point). Later, he moved to Montreal, Canada to pay for a stamp on a big piece of card paper that would ensure him a livelihood. Instead, he discovered embedded systems, human computer interaction and the study of software engineering practices. He now lives on a small island called Singapore and specializes in software quality automation and setup engineering. He believes that the Pick of Destiny is real and has named his first test machine Deepthought; in the hope that he will one day find yet another meaning of life (translated to: "he likes playing the guitar" and "he likes writings by Douglas Adams"). He admits to being long winded.

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