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Published on Aug 24, 2007
The 2nd Annual Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) in our New York office on August 23 and 24.
Apple Chow and Santiago Etchebere: Building a flexible and reusable framework around Selenium
Apple Chow Apple Chow currently works at Google's Checkout group where she is developing back-end automation frameworks. She has also worked at Google's CRM group leading functional testing, load & performance testing, and designing web automation frameworks. Before joining Google, she worked at eBay where she developed general testing tools for the QA organization and tools for testing the kernel and database applications. Prior to eBay, she has also held software developer and test automation lead roles in various companies including Sun Microsystems, Trend Micro, Kovair Software, National Semiconductors and AMD. Apple Chow received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from U.C. Davis and M.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University.
Santiago Etchebehere I'm 27, from Argentina, I've studied at the Engineering College of "Universidad de Buenos Aires" (Argentina) where I've also been a teacher assistant, I'm currently working on my grade thesis (Testing Automation based on Open Source Tools) to get my degree as IT Engineer. I really enjoy my life at home, hanging out with my friends, and I like learning languages and different cultures, which is not difficult in a city like Buenos Aires, where I live. I've worked for different software development companies in Buenos Aires, as a software engineer, developing with a variety of languages and tools (mostly Java and C++). Currently, I'm working for Globant (www.globant.com), an Argentinian software company since Jan 2006, and providing services to Google since Aug 2006 in the CRM QA project where I've worked with the team (Googlers and Globant employees) to create an automation framework based on Selenium and other tools for testing web applications. The framework grew and it's now being used by some other projects at Google too.