Agile Test Automation - Training

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Successful Automation in an Agile Environment
December 13–14, 2011

Don't miss out on this popular new course! Make plans to join SQE for the final Agile Test Automation course of 2011!

In this interactive tutorial, Janet Gregory describes how to use automation early and guide development, what tests should be automated, and how to work through ways to overcome common barriers to automation.

Are your automated tests effective and easy to maintain?
Janet will use examples to illustrate how to design automated tests for maximum effectiveness and ease of maintenance. Find out different approaches for evaluating and implementing automated test tools, shortening feedback cycles, creating realistic test data, and evaluating your automation efforts.

Do you ever question how to deliver good quality when you have to release so often?
By combining a collaborative team approach with appropriate tools and design approaches, over time you can not only automate your regression tests but also use automation to enhance exploratory testing.

Do you worry about testing lagging behind coding?
By the end of this session, you'll understand how to fit automation activities within each iteration so that testing "keeps up" with coding.

Here's what one recent attendee had to say about Agile Test Automation:
"Excellent content, excellent instructor, convenient format. Great combo!" William Krebs, Allscripts

About the Instructor:
The co-author of Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Agile Testers and Teams, Janet Gregory specializes in helping teams build quality systems. Janet's greatest passion is promoting agile quality processes. As tester or coach she has helped introduce agile development practices into companies and has successfully transitioned several traditional test teams into the agile world. Janet's focus is working with business users and testers to understand their roles in agile projects and has partnered with developers on her agile teams to implement successful test automation solutions.


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