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Published on Oct 10, 2014
TOPIC: The Mess of Many, the Simplicity of One
Never before has technology diversity been so great and readily available. With a very small team with very little resources, even the smallest organisation can look and act like the biggest. While this makes it easier to execute and compete, it creates chaos when it comes to application quality. Just as developers and organisations have endless choice of technologies to use, end users and consumers have an even more endless choice in browsers, mobile devices, and platforms. This puts the burden back on the QA teams to test. We will introduce the concept of cross browser testing where customers can, with a very small team, test their applications on a wide variety of desktop and mobile browsers using only one script that adapts itself across all browser types.
The three biggest takeaways from this Executive Debate include: 1. The demands on quality teams are higher than ever with a wide diversity of tools, platforms, and technologies to support. 2. More tests, both functional and performance used to require more hardware and upfront investment. 3. Learn how to leverage the cloud for both on demand performance testing & functional cross browser testing to save costs while increasing quality.
Becky Wetherill – Senior Product Manager, Borland
Working within Product Management at Borland, Becky is responsible for the strategy and direction for test management and functional mobile test solutions within Borland. With over 17 years of IT experience, Becky not only provides strategy and direction with the products, but supports both the field and sales organisation around Software Quality Assurance.
Becky has a strong focus on the qualitative aspect of software delivery and for the last 14 years has specialized in integrating processes and tooling to help organizations increase quality in their software.