Technology is rapidly advancing, impacting almost every aspect of our lives as new applications launch at near-breakneck speeds. Undercooked apps are released on a regular basis thanks to a weak testing ecosystem and inadequate testing solutions.
In this deep-dive web seminar, Regg Struyk of Polarion explores real-world examples of highly tested products—Mozilla and Xbox—that serve as telescopes into the continuing evolution of test practices: agile testing, requirements-based testing, testing as a service, and crowdsource testing.
Join Regg Struyk for this one-hour web seminar. Regg details notable testing challenges—and potential solutions—including:
- Lack of mature testing tools for new technologies and practices
- Test automation challenges that continue to plague the industry
- Failure to address security testing needs
- Performance and load testing late in development—or worse, in production
Regg Struyk, Product Manager, Polarion
With twenty years of commercial software development and testing experience, Regg Struyk has held positions ranging from the head of technical product management for Agfa HealthCare to, most recently, product evangelist for Polarion QA. Regg has developed for several software testing tools, including test integrity, iTest, and Polarion QA. Dedicated to the domain of test management, Regg is continually analyzing testing trends and their potential impact on the discipline of software testing.
Jim Trentadue, Sales Manager, Ranorex
Jim Trentadue has more than fifteen years of experience as a coordinator and manager in the software testing field. Jim’s various roles in testing have focused on test execution, automation, management, environment management, standards deployment, and test tool implementation. In the area of offshore testing, he has worked with multiple large firms on developing and coordinating cohesive relationships. As a speaker, Jim has presented at numerous industry conferences, chapter meetings, and at the University of South Florida's software testing class, where he mentors students on the testing industry and discusses trends for establishing future job searches and continued training.