Live Webinar August 29th, 2017, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider:  StickyMinds/Techwell

In today’s agile environments, coding without testing in mind makes you unprepared for the velocity or the volume of changes required to attain continuous testing and delivery.

Employing a model-based testing approach gets testing on the fast track and lets you test at the speed of agile.

Unlike traditional testing approaches, model-based testing enables rigorous testing that fits into the same sprint, while allowing stakeholders—from testers and developers to business analysts—to stay in alignment and remain flexible.

Join Alex Martins and learn how to employ model-based testing techniques in four key areas of testing: requirements engineering, test design automation, agile testing, and test case optimization.

You will also learn how to overcome the key challenges developers and testers face, including:

  • Ambiguous requirements
  • Limited test coverage
  • Test data bottlenecks
  • Unavailable system components
  • Lack of automation

Presenter:  Alex Martins (LinkedIn profile) CTO—Continuous Testing CA Technologies  has more than 18 years of experience in large-scale application design, development, and testing. Alex has been focused on software quality engineering and testing discipline as the pillars for DevOps transformations. From tester to practice leader in various technology companies such as EDS, IBM, HP, and Cognizant Technology Solutions, Alex built and ran several enterprise testing organizations in Latin America and the US for multiple clients. He led HP’s Global Testing Innovation capability, creating continuous testing offerings to support digital transformation initiatives, and was one of the innovation leaders in Cognizant’s mobile and IoT QA practice.

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4 Ways Model-Based Testing Can Help You Test
At The Speed of Agile

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