I’m excited to announce that as of last week I am officially on Mozilla’s Web QA team! Despite working closely with the team since I started at Mozilla over four years ago, I’ve always reported to another team. Originally I had a hybrid role, where I reported to the Director of QA and assisted with automation of both Web and Desktop products. Later, we formed the QA Automation Services team, which existed to provide automation services to any QA team. This was mostly absorbed into the A-Team, which shares a lot of the same goals but is not just focused on QA. During my time with the A-Team a lot of my work started to shift towards Firefox OS, so it made sense during a organisational shift towards vertical stacks for me to officially join the Firefox OS automation team.
Many times since I started at Mozilla I’ve felt that I had more to offer the Web QA team, and I’ve always been a keen contributor to the team. I can’t say it was an easy decision to move away from Firefox OS, as it’s a terrifically exciting project, but the thought of joining Web QA just had me bursting with enthusiasm! In a time where there’s been a number of departures, I’m pleased to say that I feel like I’m coming home. Look out web – you’re about to get even more automated!
Last week Stephen Donner interviewed me on being a Mozilla Web QA contributor. You can read the blog post over on the Web QA blog.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Stephen Donner, Matt Evans, Clint Talbert, Jonathan Griffin, and James Lal for their support and leadership. I’ve made so many great friendships at Mozilla, and with our Whistler work week just around the corner I’m so looking forward to catching up with many of them in person!