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WORKSHOP: Test Management for Large, Multi-Project Programs

Running a test project can be a challenge. Running a number of test projects as part of a portfolio can be even more challenging. However, most challenging of all can be running a group of projects in which every project needs to merge at a single end point. Geoff Horne considers: How does a program […]

WORKSHOP: Selenium Frameworks From Entropy to Extropy

In the Ever-Changing world of Software Development and Quality Assurance, you are constantly looking for ways to improve your effectiveness; so, naturally, you’ve decided you need to automate your WebUI Tests. You have selected Selenium (Web Driver) as your Test Automation medium… And after you started developing your Selenium tests you found Selenium has some […]

WORKSHOP: Interpreting and Reporting Performance Test Results

You’ve worked hard to define, develop and execute a performance test on a new application to determine its behavior under load. You have barrels full of numbers. What’s next? The answer is definitely not to generate and send a canned report from your testing tool. Results interpretation and reporting is where a performance tester earns […]

WORKSHOP: Coaching Testers to Become Better Testers

Everybody can run their head into a wall and get stuck – even the brightest, the most skillful and the brilliant. One way to get out of the tarpit is by using coaching. Coaching goes two ways: it is a means by which a tester can be helped to see the problem she is facing […]

WORKSHOP: Ben & Ilari’s Spectacular Testing Circus

Roll up for Ben & Ilari’s spectacular testing circus! Our gates are open for both testers and developers alike. The lion tamers and the clowns welcome a healthy mix of both for the show. Take your seats. We’ll dim the lights. The stage will soon be set for spectacles and wonders. Enjoy the show! This […]

WORKSHOP: 21 Ways to Review Requirements Adequacy

Testing typically aims to confirm that code meets requirements; but most testing does little to detect requirements defects, which cause up to two-thirds of software errors. Organizations either don’t review requirements or over-rely on one or two weak methods that usually concentrate on clarity but don’t reveal wrong and overlooked requirements. This interactive session introduces […]