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The Evolution of Test Automation for DevOps

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Functional testing is evolving at a rapid pace. The skill sets needed for mobile, cloud and Dev/Ops are constantly challenging the old methods of test automation.

View this webinar with Clint Sprauve and Malcolm Isaacs to learn about lean functional testing practices that you can leverage within your organization.

 

In this webinr you’ll learn:

  • the challenges in test automation for continuous testing and continuous delivery for traditional automation engineers
  • avoid testing pitfalls and roadblocks in DevOps and Agile teams
  • how to improve test script maintenance in Agile development
  • The role of manual testing in DevOps

 

 

Presenters

Clint - webinarClint Sprauve, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Functional Testing

Clint Sprauve is the Senior Product Marketing Manager for HP Software Functional Testing. He has been with HP Software since November 2012. Clint was also part of the HP presales organization as a Senior Solutions Architect, specializing in the HP ADM suite of products. Previously, Clint was the Director of Product Strategy for the Borland Solutions Division of Micro Focus, where he created Borland’s mobile strategy for functional test automation.  Clint has over 20 years of experience in the software development & quality assurance industry. He has also served as the senior product marketing manager for the Silk Testing Solutions at Borland Software and Segue Software, and served as a senior technical sales engineer for both companies. Clint has also been an independent consultant specializing in test management and test automation.

Twitter: @Clint_II

 

Malcolm - webinarMalcolm Isaacs, Technology Evangelist

Malcolm Isaacs is a technology evangelist in HP Software’s Application Delivery Management team, specializing in all things agile and software quality. During the course of his 25+ years in software development, Malcolm has held various positions, including software engineer, team leader, and architect. In 2003, he joined Mercury (later acquired by HP), where he worked on a number of products specializing in supporting traditional and agile software development life cycles, from planning through deployment.

Twitter: @MalcolmIsaacs

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