Instructor: David Dang, Zenergy Technologies
This one-day course focuses on the major aspects that QA managers and test automation engineers must consider before utilizing Selenium open source for test automation. A combination of lecture, classroom discussion, and experiential techniques provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the strategy and effort necessary to implement Selenium. This includes the ideal uses of Selenium, the level of automation supported by Selenium, the analysis needed to define a test automation framework, the efforts and timelines to implement Selenium, and its integration with other tools.Read the full class abstract and instuctor bio.
Instructor: Tom Cagley, David Consulting Group
Agile Practical Techniques Workshop helps developers, testers, business analysts, scrum masters and project managers to develop an understanding of Agile development techniques focusing on concepts such as test driven development that integrate testing into the Agile process. The workshop combines concepts from Agile (e.g. Scrum, xP and Test Driven Development) and Learning Organizations, providing participants with the tools to both participate on Agile projects and to develop and deploy related processes.Read the full class abstract and instuctor bio.
Instructor: Michael Yudanin, Conflair
The course is designed to provide software quality assurance and testing professionals with the background and tools necessary to organize manual and automated testing efforts for mobile applications. It surveys the state of mobile technology, focuses on the software quality challenges it poses, and offers ways to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of mobile testing. The course discusses how to integrate mobile testing effort into the overall testing process. It also offers a focused look on the automation of mobile testing: the need, the options, and the tools. The course will end with a live demonstration of a mobile test automation approach.Read the full class abstract and instuctor bio.
Instructor: Neil Price-Jones, NVP Software Testing
The Boot Camp for Software Testing course outlines the Nine Components Needed to Achieve A World Class Testing program. The course is presented in a “how-to” workshop format and describes how Management’s Support, Processes, Training, Tools and Techniques, Planning, Efficiency, Quality Control, Execution and Reporting, and User Satisfaction are collectively the building blocks of a successful software testing function. The workshop will help attendees develop an action plan to improve software testing in their IT organization.Read the full class abstract and instuctor bio.