Hi there! Don’t miss this masterclass by a guru of rapid software testing, Michael Bolton, organized by Ministry of Testing. Here is original description of the event:
Testing is on the schedule. Your title is “Tester”. It is time to test. The team is waiting for you. Everybody thinks you spend your time testing. So, why does it seem that you spend so little time actually testing?
In this presentation, Michael Bolton will show you. He and James Bach have developed a training and research tool to visually animate the progress of testing. Through the use of testopsies and session-based test management data, Michael and James have collected patterns of how context-driven testers use their time—from the micro to the macro level. Among their findings are that a good tester can spend a whole week in earnest work, and yet achieve only one day of actual progress toward a testing goal.
In this masterclass you’ll learn how you can use these patterns to make sensible estimates and set better expectations with your clients.
If you’d like to participate (it’s free), don’t forget to add a record to your calendar.
- Start date and time: Tue, Dec 15, 2015 11:00 PM.
- Registration in advance is required (registration link). Click the link to join the webinar.
Event Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2015
Event Time: 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT
More and more organizations are under pressure to deliver sophisticated cross-platform web applications faster than ever. Yet the world of web apps is complex, with numerous devices of various sizes using different operating systems and browsers.
In this fragmented environment, a comprehensive test process is essential to delivering the right experience on the right screen at the right time.
Join Sencha’s Don Griffin and Gautam Agrawal and guest speaker, Forrester Research’s Michael Facemire, to learn innovative techniques for testing web applications across multiple platforms, browsers, and operating systems.
You’ll also learn how to:
- Adapt to the changing web application testing market
This webinar sponsored by Sencha, developer of Ext JS framework. It most likely that speakers on this webinar will be talk about it in a varying degree. If you are still interested, feel free to register on this free webinar by link on the banner above.