We have loads of great software testing webinars lined up for you in 2018. You can use our quick register feature to register for multiple webinars at once or else scroll down the page and register for the webinars that interest you.
Testing & DevOps: Organisations and Their Culture Must Change
With Adam Auerbach (Lincoln Financial Group)
Thursday 24th May at 14:00 (GMT)
To keep pace with the DevOps movement impacting development, testing teams also have to leverage DevOps practices. Teams and individuals must develop new technical skills and even embrace coding to stay relevant and add more value to the business. Based on his experiences, Adam explores what the DevOps movement is all about, its core values, and proven patterns for how testing must evolve
Pattern for Automation Greatness
With Andrew Krug (Lazy Coder)
Thursday 30th April at 14:00 (GMT)
Join this webinar to learn how leveling up your development skills and implementing better practices will make your test framework easy to maintain. Make your testing easier….
‘I am Groot’ – Learning Agile Testing
With Elisabeth Hocke
Wednesday 13th June at 14:00 (GMT)
Join this webinar and hear the lessons I would have liked to hear 9 years ago when falling into testing. I will share my personal experience, pieces of wisdom I picked up on my way, as well as concrete tips on how to constantly reinvent yourself and the world around you. We are Groot!
Catch up on all the latest webinars that we have featured on Huddle in the previous number of months.
Seven Deadly Sins of Scrum
With Fran O’Hara (Inspire Quality Services, Ireland)
Assessing and Determining Enterprise Cyber Risks
Power of Naive and Other Safe-to-Fail Experiments
With Ray Arell (nuAgility, LLC / Agile Alliance)
Test Assessments – How Do They Help?
Leading Agile Testers – Successfully Making the Leap Test Assessments – How Do They Help?
Test Quality with CI/CD
Automation & Management: Conversation to Create Trust
Neuroscience; The Secret to Becoming a Better Agile Coach
Future Test Management
Your Automation Execution Does Not Have To Be Flaky
Succeeding with Rapid and Continuous Testing