Diego Torres Milano
Senior Android Engineer, N/A

Website | @dtmilano

Diego Torres Milano has been involved with Android testing since the inception of the platform in late 2007.

He is the author of Android Application Testing Guide (ISBN 13: 978-1-84951-350-0).

He has been also providing consultancy, training and development in different areas of the Android platform.
Previously, he has founded and developed the successful PXES Universal Linux Thin Client project, which was then acquired and transferred to another company and was also the base for other thin client projects as well.

He has also helped many important global organizations to find the most suitable Free/Libre Open Source Software alternatives, and has dedicated the last 15 years to Unix and Linux consulting, training and software development.

He also has been given presentations and lectures at LinuxCon North America, Japan Linux Symposium, Linux World, LinuxTag, GUADEC ES, Mobile Dev Camp, etc.


Location: Portland 252 Level: Intermediate
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Organizations and individuals seriously involved in Android development should consider testing as a pillar in their strategy. In this session we will analyze the components available in the Android platform to support unit testing, Test Driven Development, performance tests, test automation, code coverage analysis and Continuous Integration. Read more.


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