Michael Lawler has been involved in information technology management since 1984 and in the service industry for over thirty years with responsibilities at the national, regional, and local levels. He has been focused in the area of software quality since 1997. Throughout his career, Michael developed and mentored responsive teams who work creatively to solve internal and client-related challenges. He is an effective communicator who works toward solutions in a creative manner that delivers multiple benefits to a variety of industries and organizations. Michael has also managed relationships and partnerships with several international vendors on behalf of clients and corporate entities.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
We have seen many changes over the years including testing methods and new technologies but regression testing is a constant. It has long had the challenges of being easily forgotten, poorly planned, or omitted due to time constraints. With ever-increasing demands and conflicts of time-to-market against quality, it is critical to find a way to incorporate some level of regression testing into the software development effort. Utilizing exercises designed to provide practical experience with the regression testing effort, you will come to understand how to define various strategies for planning regression testing in ways that can improve the results of your software design, development, and deployment effort.
- Understand key regression testing issues and an effective regression testing process
- Learn strategies to select tests from an existing test bed and identify new tests under time constraints