DevOps++ Global Summit 2020 #doppa2020 welcomes Sneha Viswalingam as our esteemed Panel Member

We would like to Welcome Sneha Viswalingam as our esteemed Panel Member for DevOps++ Global Summit 2020 #doppa2020

Sneha Viswalingam is Staff Test Automation Engineer at Zoll Lifevest in Pittsburgh, USA. She started her career in the exciting field of Test Automation in Silicon Valley where she got opportunities to learn and grow in the field of QA in different domains. Her interest lies in topics like Continuous Testing, Testing in Machine Learning projects, Software Operations, Test and Infrastructure automation, Agile, Regulatory. She like to blog, speak at tech conferences and create videos related to testing and professional development. She highly value community building and the human side of the industry as much as the technical side. She teach high school kids how to code through the Microsoft TEALS K12 program.

We had posted some questions to Sneha as a part of his #ATAMyStory

1. Why do you think speaking at #doppa2020 really matters to you?

Doppa2020 is a place with the best in the biz in the field of Devops and Testing. It’s going to be a wonderful opportunity to make some long lasting connections that can help mutual knowledge sharing.

2. Do you think that organizations and individuals should promote virtual learnings special in the current situation?

Yes, virtual learnings make it possible to keep the continuous learning opportunities to continue especially in the current situation where people need the support and some extra sense of community.

3. While practice makes all of us perfect, share an everyday practice that has made things better for you at work?

Planning the day ahead, during the night before helps with focused work. Planning is the biggest work and time consumer, the rest is deep work and execution.

4. Anything else you want to share

“Your personal brand is what differentiates you from others” – Unknown

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