Mahathee Dandibhotla

Speaker

Mahathee Dandibhotla

– An Automation SDET experienced in Automation, Functional/Non-Functional (Security & Performance Testing), DataBase, Backend API, Mobile Testing & DevOps.
-Ability to Manage Multiple Automation Projects on Multiple Automation Tools, Manage the Complete Automation phases from Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling, and Reporting.
– Ability to Establish and Manage Testing Centre of Excellence (TCoE) – QA Community and create innovative efficient Testing solutions, Automation Solutions, and Automation Frameworks to Accelerate delivery.
– Collaborate with Management to strategize & align long term solutions for automation including roadmap, tools, framework & approach.
Automation Framework & DevOps Skills:
Data-Driven, Hybrid, Page Object Model, Selenium WebDriver/GRID, AutoIT, SIKULI, Groovy, TDD (JUnit/TestNg), BDD (Cucumber-JVM, ), BDD, SVN/GIT, MAVEN/ANT, Jenkins, SauceLabs, BrowserStack, Docker, AWS
Programming Skills:
Java, JavaScript,
AI Tools: AppliTools,
Mobile Test Automation:
iOS & Android devices: Native/Hybrid/Browser apps testing using Appium,
API (Backend) WebServices Automation:
SOAP UI, RestAssured,
Performance Testing: Jmeter, LoadRunner,
Dev Ops: Maven, Jenkins, Docker/Hub
Code Coverage: J SonarQube
Project/Test management Tools: JIRA, Rally, HP-QC/ALM,
DB: SQL and MongoDB
Cloud Technologies:
Microsoft Azure

Title:Accessibility Testing Fundamentals or Basics of Accessibility Testing 101 or Accessible Much

Abstract:

The power of the web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect –Tim Berners LeeAccessibility Testing is gaining significant traction with many clients. There are many reasons for this. The significance associated with it and the pivotal experience that we seek to provide to clients remains solely in our hands As we roll out new features or products, we should ask whether these kinds of products are accessible -that is, if this type of product is accessible by people from all walks of life or if it is only for a specific set of people.It is important to develop products or solutions that can be used by both normal users and disabled individuals throughout societyincreasing its accessibility is beneficial to individuals as well as businesses and the society a whole.Nomatter what language they speak, what location they live in or what city they live in, the web is a universal tool that works for everyone. As long as it meets this goal, it is accessible to everyone.Incorporating accessibility into your product has a number of benefits.In terms of business Having an accessible website increases user satisfaction, leads to higher search engine rankings, avoids legal complications, boosts brand awareness, and encourages users to be independent. Other reasons why we need accessibility include empathy and the law.To avoid these pitfalls whenever we design or develop a product, along with the functional requirements, we should also focus on the non-functional requirements, which helps us in avoiding the huge legal repercussions.This talk gives an insight into the followingWhat is accessibility?What is digital accessibility?Accessibility Related TerminologiesPersonal Characteristics that digital accessibility coversWhy do we need accessibility?Digital Standard used to assess accessibilityCommon Accessibility FailuresAssistive Technology and Accessibility APIAccessibility in SDLCHow Accessibility adds to QualityTools for AccessibilityWeb Accessibility and its benefitsCommon ally bugs Bug advocacyMisconceptionsHow can you propose it for your team?