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Testing Essentials for the Age of Agile

According to Atlassian, 80% of all software organizations now practice a form of agile. However, three quarters of enterprises and over half of technology firms do not concurrently test code during sprints, causing bottlenecks in the release process.

Many companies have begun to invest in automation to fill the gaps, but it still only accounts for 15% of software testing. Watch the webinar to discover the essential steps in mastering an automation strategy and how to keep up with the demands of agile development, saving you valuable time and resources.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • How to build a cost-effective QA strategy for agile development.
  • The essential steps to get started with test automation and how to accelerate the process.
  • When to use automation vs. manual testing and how to find the right balance.
  • Agile best practices and pitfalls to avoid.

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Essential Guide To Agile Testing

The speed and adaptability of agile development is no longer a competitive advantage - it is a requirement. According to Atlassian, 80% of all software organizations now practice agile.

In spite of this need for agile, running an effective process remains rare. The rapid nature of agile often forces developers to choose between functionality and quality. But, you don’t need to. All you need to do is adjust your approach to testing.

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Is The QA Lab Dead?

The traditional QA lab cannot keep up with the demands of modern software development, unable to keep pace with developer speeds, cover the necessary level of devices and real-life use cases, and account for the entirety of an omnichannel experience.

Many organizations are opening their pockets to resolve these inefficiencies, but money alone won’t solve a traditional lab’s shortcomings. To succeed, organizations must adopt a new philosophy around QA.

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3 Ways Your Users’ Feedback can Boost Your Bottom Line

With so many competing apps and websites offering comparable products and services, the battleground on which brands compete has shifted away from what they are providing, to how they are providing it.

Leveraging user feedback early and often across the entire software development lifecycle guarantees the user experience you are providing reflects the same high level of quality you’ve established with your products and services. When you can differentiate your brand through your user experience - and improve your teams’ efficiency - your bottom line will reap the benefits.

View Now

Is The QA Lab Dead?

The traditional QA lab cannot keep up with the demands of modern software development, unable to keep pace with developer speeds, cover the necessary level of devices and real-life use cases, and account for the entirety of an omnichannel experience.

Many organizations are opening their pockets to resolve these inefficiencies, but money alone won’t solve a traditional lab’s shortcomings. To succeed, organizations must adopt a new philosophy around QA.

View Now

Essential Guide To Agile Testing

The speed and adaptability of agile development is no longer a competitive advantage - it is a requirement. According to Atlassian, 80% of all software organizations now practice agile.

In spite of this need for agile, running an effective process remains rare. The rapid nature of agile often forces developers to choose between functionality and quality. But, you don’t need to. All you need to do is adjust your approach to testing.

View Now

3 Ways Your Users’ Feedback can Boost Your Bottom Line

With so many competing apps and websites offering comparable products and services, the battleground on which brands compete has shifted away from what they are providing, to how they are providing it.

Leveraging user feedback early and often across the entire software development lifecycle guarantees the user experience you are providing reflects the same high level of quality you’ve established with your products and services. When you can differentiate your brand through your user experience - and improve your teams’ efficiency - your bottom line will reap the benefits.

View Now

3 Ways Your Users’ Feedback can Boost Your Bottom Line

With so many competing apps and websites offering comparable products and services, the battleground on which brands compete has shifted away from what they are providing, to how they are providing it. Leveraging user feedback early and often across the entire software development lifecycle guarantees the user experience you are providing reflects the same high level of quality you’ve established with your products and services. When you can differentiate your brand through your user experience, and improve your teams’ efficiency, your bottom line will reap the benefits.

View Now

Is The QA Lab Dead?

The traditional QA lab cannot keep up with the demands of modern software development, unable to keep pace with developer speeds, cover the necessary level of devices and real-life use cases, and account for the entirety of an omnichannel experience.

Many organizations are opening their pockets to resolve these inefficiencies, but money alone won’t solve a traditional lab’s shortcomings. To succeed, organizations must adopt a new philosophy around QA.

View Now

Essential Guide To Agile Testing

The speed and adaptability of agile development is no longer a competitive advantage - it is a requirement. According to Atlassian, 80% of all software organizations now practice agile.

In spite of this need for agile, running an effective process remains rare. The rapid nature of agile often forces developers to choose between functionality and quality. But, you don’t need to. All you need to do is adjust your approach to testing.

View Now