Testing for Good Workshop | Automation Best Practices with JavaScript

Posted Sep 15th, 2021

Webinar Date: Oct 14th, 2021

Join Sauce Labs Senior Solutions Architect and test automation expert Nikolay Advolodkin for a free, hands-on workshop - and help us donate to a good cause! Sauce Labs is launching a new Testing for Good series with a workshop on Automation Best Practices with JavaScript, in support of Black Girls Code.

Tune in on October 14 to level up your JavaScript testing, and support a good cause!

In this three-hour, hands-on workshop, you will learn actionable and innovative automation best practices for JavaScript testing, while also joining Sauce Labs and your testing peers to support Black Girls Code.

By the end of this workshop, you will understand:

  • Component testing

  • Full coverage testing

  • Testing links and tabs

  • Visual end-to-end testing

  • CI/CD

You will use the following tech:

  • ReactJS

  • Cypress

  • WebdriverIO

  • React testing library

  • Jest

  • Screener visual E2E testing

  • Sauce Labs

  • Github Actions


  • Previous experience with Node.js and JavaScript

  • Node 14 installed

  • Your favorite IDE

This workshop is free to attend. Instead of selling tickets, we invite attendees to donate to Black Girls Code. There is no minimum donation required, and 100% of donations go to the cause.

Please give what you can to help us support this great organization! And to help your donation go even further, Sauce Labs will match up to $2,500.


"It’s been a rough few years for us all. I wanted to take some time and brighten up the day for as many people as possible. So why not run a free automated testing workshop for the community? And what if we used our combined efforts to give back to our community? Hence, Testing for Good was born."
- Nikolay Advolodkin

About our speakers

Nikolay Advolodkin

Nikolay Advolodkin

Sr. Solutions Architect

Nikolay has an extensive background in software testing and QA. He is a frequent contributor to open source and was named one of the top automation engineers in the world three years in a row by TechBeacon.com.