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Joshua Eastman

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Joshua is an Experis Quality Engineering practice leader based out of Columbus, OH. He is an accomplished software testing and development professional with over 10 years of quality assurance and testing experience, primarily within automation testing and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD). He has held senior management and staff consulting positions at several industry-leading companies including Nationwide Insurance, Capital One, Dell, Stanley Black & Decker, Cisco, iHeart Media, Starbucks, Mercedes-Benz and a variety of other companies nationwide. His background includes designing, implementing and teaching automation solutions for a wide range of clients in systems and software in addition to process and methodology consulting for improvement of quality and efficiency in the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).

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