UI test automation using Microsoft UIA

Tuesday Oct. 20, 2015

Microsoft UI Automation is the new accessibility framework for Microsoft Windows, available on all operating systems that support Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

UI Automation provides programmatic access to most user interface (UI) elements on the desktop, enabling assistive technology products such as screen readers to provide information about the UI to end users and to manipulate the UI by means other than standard input. UI Automation also allows automated test scripts to interact with the UI.

Speaker’s Bio:
Michal Nowak started at Microsoft in 2009, as a Software Developer Engineer in the Windows division and worked on fundamental features of Windows Server, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 operating systems. He holds two software patents used by Microsoft in Windows operating systems. Among many Microsoft recognition and awards, he was awarded Microsoft internal “Gold Star” award for excellence in engineering, an award only handful number of engineers at Microsoft receive each year. He was Microsoft speaker on multiple events and conferences. He recently moved to Los Angeles, California and currently holds Senior Software Architect position at BlackLine Systems Inc. where he leads efforts to improve code quality, performance and design for entire company.

When: Tuesday, October 20. Dinner starting at 6:15 p.m. presentation at 7 p.m.

Where: Intuit Office-21215 Burbank Blvd.; Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Food will be served. The event is free for SCQAA members and sponsors’ employees. Others $10/person for early birds online registration and $15/person at the door. Please click here to register.

Note: as a 501(c)3 organization, your registration fee is tax deductible.