Mike Curn

Mike Curn Senior SDET

Dedicated Senior SDET with software experience spanning manual and automated testing, development, business process improvement, and DevOps engineering. Guides teams in best practices and goals for automating repeatable processes and increasing efficiency of manual processes. With a mind for easing pain points on development teams, this engineer takes advantage of current technology, including Azure Boards, Azure Pipelines, Test Plans, and Azure Artifacts to helping teams maximize productivity. Primary contributor to IntelliTect TestTools and Selenate libraries.

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Blogs by Mike

The Feasibility of Test Automation

Test Automation With proper tools, technical approaches, and processes, automated testing improves software quality, time to market, and reduces overall costs. Starting early in the development process and maintaining a pragmatic approach will maximize chances of success. However, there is no “one size fits all” approach; proper approaches vary based on team resources and project […]

Part 2: Scrum From a QA Perspective

Analyzing Scrum Part 2: There is an excellent blog that describes software development as engineering a bridge: Imagine joining an engineering team. You’re excited and full of ideas, probably just out of school and a world of clean, beautiful designs, awe-inspiring in their aesthetic unity of purpose, economy, and strength. You start by meeting Mary, […]