Looking forward to welcoming you at the DeVry campus in Addison Illinois on the morning of November 8th for this complimentary Lunch and Learn hosted by Original Software.
Making Test Automation SMARTER.
Test automation is not an exact science.
As we drive toward an automation solution that validates accurately, the application or data undergoes changes, making it challenging to maintain the tests.
The test automation professional must plan to make each test as predictive as possible.
Jim Trentadue introduces a framework called S.M.A.R.T.E.R that can be used to accomplish this.
The acronym is defined as:
Strategy for understanding application behavior and variations,
Methodology for implementing the logical model,
Adaptable across different platforms or browsers,
Roadmap for outlining the sequence and priority of those tests to address first,
Toolbox to work with technologies available,
Experienced personnel requirements for those to support such changes,
and a Repeatable design for future success.
By implementing this framework, your automation will be structured for ongoing success by making your test cases SMARTER!
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Location: DeVry Addison campus, 1221 N Swift Rd, Addison, IL 60101,
Date and Time: 9.30am-12.30pm Tuesday November 8th
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Jim Trentadue is a Software Quality Consulting Director at Original Software and has more than sixteen years of experience as a coordinator/manager in the software testing field. In his various career roles in testing, Jim has focused on test execution, automation, management, environment management, standards deployment, and test tool implementation. In the area of offshore testing, Jim has worked with multiple large firms to develop and coordinate cohesive relationships. As a guest speaker, Jim has spoken at every major testing conference in North America and at the University of South Florida’s software testing class, where Jim mentors students on the testing industry and trends for establishing future job searches and continued training.