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Shazam is a very popular audio recognition app. It is installed on 100M+ Android devices and it’s growing rapidly. In this talk, I’d Tim will address how they made their releases schedule faster, more predictable and with more features by using BDD and automation testing.
I’ll demonstrate how that can be done without slowing down or hindering the development process and why our developers actually find writing tests is fun. Finally, we’ll look at how our testing strategy has translated to our testing framework and hardware infrastructure.
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