June 12th, 2017 by inflectra
We’ve mentioned before that Inflectra is sponsoring DevGeekWeek2017 in Israel later this month. One of the perks of being a sponsor is an ability to engage with the conference attendees through seminars and talks. It is then only natural that we decided to also contribute our experience, technical knowledge and testing wisdom to this conference.
So, we are sending #TeamInflectra’s crème de la crème - Adam Sandman, Inflectra’s Technical Director, to talk about A Real-life TestOps Environment during a seminar called: Real Testing Scenario Strategy lead by Anna Lucovsky on June 21, 2017.
Taking care not to give away too much of the upcoming talk, here are a few tantalizing bits to whet your appetite (and to convince you to pop in).
Adam will talk about all the different tiers of testing and will demonstrate how tools can address the challenges of testing each tier. On the example of SpiraTest – Inflectra’s own software testing tool, Adam will tackle a complicated task of requirements management. How are you managing the manual testing process? Are you doing unit testing or doing load testing with NeoLoad or JMeter? He will talk about most common mistakes, like leaving performance testing until the very end of the process!
Moreover, the talk will delve into UI testing and API testing with Rapise, because we know you were wondering about Inflectra’s take on test automation. Here is Adam’s warning! Do not seek to automate 100% of all your tests, because manual testing and automated testing are efficient and effective at very different things. And since APIs are now almost more important than the applications, you need to regression every version of the API you support.
The cherry on top? Adam will show you a sample architecture for a typical web-based multi-tier application.
Oh, but there is so much more Adam intends to cover in his 45-minute presentation!
Not certain if you can make it to Adam’s talk? No worries, we will post a recording.
You are welcome, as always!
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