If you’re in charge of a software development team, you probably understand the importance of frequent and comprehensive testing. You probably even know how much the latest approaches to Automated Testing can improve the quality of your code, along with the overall functioning of your applications.
But that doesn’t mean you know how to get started.
So Aptera is hosting an event in Indianapolis that will walk guests through the steps it will take to get up and running with Automated Testing. Sessions will address common issues and offer solutions on how to:
- Use AT to prevent development projects from running far out of timeline due to bugs
- Shift from manual testing into automated testing
- Introduce automated testing in entirely new environments
- Use automated testing to plan high-stakes development projects
- Move team onto a continuous development framework
If any of these sound like the challenge you’re facing, or if you simply want to take a crash course in automated testing best practices, this event is your opportunity to find out the most effective ways to overcome all the familiar barriers to entry.
So, we invite you to come join us for Aptera’s Automated Testing Event:
Thursday, September 28, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm EST
8900 Keystone Crossing #950
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Who should attend?
- IT Directors
- Quality Assurance Technicians
- Project Managers
- Anyone curious about guiding a dev team through the adoption of AT
What specifically will the event cover?
The event will begin with an overview of automated testing strategies and the technologies that support them. It will then move on to a discussion of what role AT plays in DevOps and continuous integration.
The main part of the event will focus on teaching you how to introduce automated testing in your organization, with sections devoted to:
- Deciding what to test and how often to test
- Establishing the automation engineer role
- Applying automated testing to new projects vs. existing code
- Measuring quality and testing effectiveness
We'll talk about the tools we recommend in the AT process, including SpecFlow (Cucumber) + Selenium, Jasmine, NUnit, and FakeItEasy.
Next, we’ll take you through some real-world examples of how automated testing has been successfully applied to software projects.
And, if you want to stick around after the event, you’ll have the option to take part in a hands-on workshop that will have you creating your own working automated test for a web application.
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