An internationally known software engineer specializing in test automation, Jason Huggins started the Selenium and Appium projects, which have become popular software testing tools and a W3C standard. Among Jason’s more notable career stops are Google and President Obama’s “Tech Surge” team called in to help fix HealthCare.gov in 2013. Jason co-founded Sauce Labs and later founded Tapster Robotics, to combine his testing expertise with his lifelong enthusiasm for robotics. Jason’s robots have been featured in Popular Science, Wired, TechCrunch, and purchased by auto manufacturers, mobile phone manufacturers, and tech companies worldwide. Jason lives and works in Oak Park, Illinois.