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About Jason Arbon
Previously, Jason held test leadership and innovation roles at Google on projects such as personalized search on Google+, Chrome Browser, Chrome OS, Google Desktop, and Google Talk and lead the centralized test engineering team. Jason also worked on teams at Microsoft including Bing (Search Relevance, Live QnA, WinFS, BizTalk Server, MSN, Windows CE and Exchange Server. Along the way, He co-founded a small social search start up, and worked at several small and mid-size companies. He also co-authored the book 'How Google Tests Software'. Jason's weekends are spent working on his mobile app project to distribute the right content to the right person, at the right place and time @ http://www.herecandy.com. He's received degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering from the University of Utah.
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