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When: June 26 2019, 01:00 PM  CET

What You Gain:

  • Introduce Ranorex Webtestit, a new IDE optimized for building UI web tests with Selenium or Protractor, using Java or TypeScript
  • Demonstrate how to build a Selenium test from scratch: installation to execution
  • Describe Ranorex Webtestit’s native integration with Sauce Labs’ continuous testing cloud
  • Explain the benefits of running your tests in the cloud
  • Discuss the extensive reporting and performance testing capabilities Sauce Labs offers
  • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Ranorex

Speaker(s):

Christian Breitweiser, Ranorex Innovation Manager

And

Laszlo Simity, Technical Services Manager at Sauce Labs

Webinar Details:

In the age of continuous delivery, teams must explore and deploy new testing approaches to increase test coverage and reduce the time it takes to test. Test automation delivers the rapid insights you need to identify and resolve defects. But setting up your own testing framework and creating boilerplate code can be a major hassle.

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When: June 13 2019, 02:00 PM  ET

What You Gain:

  • Use AI today to generate tests
  • Create AI validations so they can help you find more issues
  • Evolve your testing organization to take advantage of AI now
  • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Appvance and

Speaker(s):

Max Saperstone and Kevin Surace

Webinar Details:

AI arrived to the software testing field a few years ago, but we still have a lot of questions. Is it time to dive in? What have early adopters learned from using real AI for QA? What works and what doesn’t? What do you need to know to lead your company in AI-driven test generation?

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When: May 30 2019, 01:00 PM  ET

What You Gain:

  • Things QA leaders need to be aware of
  • How to overcome test automation hurdles
  • How to create organizational test policies
  • Data and security best practices
  • Best practices for Agile & DevOps in healthcare & other industries
  • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Kobiton

Speaker(s):

Adam Satterfield, Freddy Vega, Scott Aziz and Paul Grizzaffi

Webinar Details:

A failure in Healthcare tech has far wider reaching consequences than any other domain. What happens if your application malfunctions during a critical moment in a patient’s time of need? Are you equipped to handle it quickly and efficiently like an ordinary bug, or do you buckle under the pressure and scrutiny of potentially catastrophic damages? Some would argue that fields such as Healthcare and FinTech place the highest emphasis on QA’s role in defending brand reputation.

Healthcare applications are expected to work without fail every time. Whether that’s fair to the QA department, or even possible, depends heavily on your approach to software testing infrastructure, human resources, and strategy.

With challenging requirements such as strict regulatory compliance, data privacy and security, usability, and interoperability with existing infrastructure, the cards are constantly stacked against the ill-prepared QA team.

And unfortunately, the struggle doesn’t end once code is approved in the development environment. It must then be rigorously tested in real-life situations (with real people’s data) to ensure seamless integration with other systems and also prevent unforeseen issues that could reduce speed or cause crashes.

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When: May 22 2019, 01:00 PM  ET

What You Gain:

    • Key market insights for 2019, including 5G, iOS 13, Android Q, and foldable phones.
    • How to develop a test coverage plan that reflects your actual users.
    • How to size a lab and calculate the ROI of test coverage.
    • The key mobile and operating system permutations to test against.
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

PerfectoMobile

Speaker(s):

Not Known

Webinar Details:

Teams Struggle With Which Devices to Test

With a constant flow of new devices, operating systems, and desktop browsers, plus ever-changing user conditions, knowing exactly what to test can be a challenge for web and mobile app teams.

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When: May 21 2019, 09:00 AM  PT

What You Gain:

    • The basic git workflow, where the creation of a Pull Request leads to Code Reviews
    • What to look for when you are Code Reviewing from a tester’s perspective
    • A practical way to get started doing your Code Reviews on your own
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

TestCraft

Speaker(s):

Chris Kenst

Webinar Details:

Code reviews are a popular method of catching bugs early in development through peer-reviewing someone’s code. But perhaps more important than catching bugs, these reviews also serve as a chance to see how something is built and have a conversation about it. You don’t have to know how to code in order to learn about the changes, question the assumptions, clarify ambiguities, and generally participate in the knowledge-sharing.

Because testers question software differently from developers, it’s important that we participate in this knowledge-sharing practice.

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When: May 09 2019, 11:00 AM  PT

What You Gain:

    • Survey data showing the current state of automated testing, including adoption rates and critical challenges of API testing
    • The benefits of balancing code-level and API-layer testing with a UI testing centric approach
    • How today’s groundbreaking technologies leverage machine learning and AI to enable greater adoption of API and unit testing and promote team collaboration
    • Best practices and case studies that show how leading organizations are successfully adopting and scaling test automation
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Parasoft

Speaker(s):

Theresa Lanowitz and Mark Lambert

Webinar Details:

Webinar talks about survey on API testing and how effective is at achieving greater levels of test and code coverage etc.

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When: April 30 2019, 2:00 PM  EDT

What You Gain:

    • Common career paths for developers
    • It’s all in your head – adopting a developer mindset
    • The skill you need and how to obtain them
    • How to leverage your work as a tester to learn to develop
    • Obtaining your organization’s buy-in or pushing yourself elsewhere
    • Old habits die hard: the challenges of working as a developer
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Experitest

Speaker(s):

Guy Arieli and Raz Alkalay

Webinar Details:

Testers can follow different paths in their career. One of the paths that gets a lot of attention is that of tester to developer. While both testers and developers deal with technology and code, the transition is not always straightforward.

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When: April 26 2019, 1:00 PM  EDT

What You Gain:

    • What unique challenges FinTech applications face in QA
    • How to solve those challenges efficiently & reliably
    • What resources give you the best shot at winning
    • How to apply FinTech like meticulousness to QA in any industry
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Kobiton

Speaker(s):

Paul Grizzaffi, Crystal Escalante and Jan Acosta

Webinar Details:

Everyone knows, or should know, that software testing is crucial to success in every industry. However, did you know that it’s more important in some verticals than others? When technology intersects with matters of livelihood the stakes become exponentially higher for all parties involved.

Take for instance anything related to healthcare or finance. Depending on the scenario, the smallest oversight can have catastrophic repercussions, often involving major damages in terms of money and reputation.

A common expectation among FinTech applications is the ability to flawlessly process thousands of small, medium and large transactions every second. To the pessimistic engineer, that represents an infinite number of opportunities for failure to occur.

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When: May 07 2019, 11:00 AM  CDT

What You Gain:

    • Clear, verbose and well-structured test execution reports can make a result analysis much easier and more accurate, especially when you have to deal with hundreds or even thousands executed test cases
    • Moreover, properly designed test reports can be used as living documentation for other stakeholders
    • During this webinar you will learn about Squish features and best practices that can help you create such reports
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Speaker(s):

Jakub Topolski

Webinar Details:

Software Testing reports are a key factor for the SQA teams and departments to showcase the project progress. These reports play a super crucial role in making sure the right software is released and in time.

This webinar revolves around the best practices for SQA reports.

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When: April 16 2019, 02:00 PM  EDT

What You Gain:

    • Performance and latency
    • Security concerns
    • Support for the entire DevOps team (developers, testers, business users)
    • Use case support – including integration with custom devices and peripherals
    • Cost structure and scalability
    • Q&A

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Who Should Attend?

  • Test Engineers- Yes
  • Test Architects- Yes
  • Mobile/Automation Engineers- Yes
  • QA Managers- Yes
  • QA Directors- Yes
  • VP QA- Yes
  • CTO- Yes
  • Anyone who has curiosity to know about SQA/Testing Automation

Sponsor(s):

Experitest

Speaker(s):

Elad Dotan and Tal Barmeir

Webinar Details:

Rising demand for high quality digital apps is driving the adoption of cloud testing platforms. Cloud based platforms for web and mobile application testing promise scalability and agility without the operational hassle of local testing.

All too often the route to cloud testing proves more difficult than expected.

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