Rob Meaney

Head of Testing & Test Coach at Poppulo

Rob Meaney is a tester that loves tough testing and software delivery problems. He works with teams to help create products that customers love and know they can rely upon. Although he enjoys learning about software delivery, in general, he’s particularly interested in Quality Engineering, Test Coaching, Testability, and Testing in Production.

Currently, he’s working as Head of Testing & Test Coach for Poppulo in Cork, Ireland. He’s a regular conference speaker, an active member of the online testing community and co-founder of Ministry of Test Cork.

Previously he has held positions as Test Manager, Automation Architect and Test Engineer with companies of varying sizes, from large multinationals like Intel, Ericsson & EMC to early-stage startups like Trustev. He has worked in diverse areas from highly regulated industries like safety automation & fraud detection to dynamic, exciting industries like gaming.

My Sessions

Let’s talk Testability (Rob Meaney)

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Testability accelerates learning, shortens feedback loops, facilitates better more robust automation and deep, valuable exploratory testing. Testability is the key catalyst in allowing teams to release all kinds of changes safely, quickly and in a sustainable manner. The most significant quality improvements I’ve seen during my career haven’t driven by testing. They were driven by […]

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