|Homebrew Test Automation|
A One-day Seminar
Development teams are building their own testing systems using open-source tools and languages rather than using commercial tools. Come to this seminar to learn how you can build your own frameworks for automated system testing. Many open-source testing components are available. We’ll survey the most popular components and feature detailed demonstrations of representative tools. Learn how to select an interface driver, scripting language and test harness suitable for testing your product software. Understand the benefits and pitfalls of using test parsers, remote agents, and test case generators. The seminar includes several case studies that illustrate how other testers and programmers are building home brew test suites.
Why Homebrew Test Automation?
Homebrew automation frameworks often save money. But more importantly, they can prove to be more effective than commercial tools. Homebrew frameworks are customized to the products they test and often use alternate testable interfaces. Because they use full-featured languages, they can easily support rich test description languages, high-volume automation, concurrent scenario testing, and other automated methods that go beyond mere regression testing.
Who Should Attend
Software testers, programmers, managers and anyone interested in learning more about building custom testing frameworks.
This training features an annotated 100-page handbook with information about leading open-source testing tools. Many are demonstrated in the seminar. Case studies of companies that have successfully used homebrew solutions are also presented. An earlier version of a subset of the material found in the handbook has been published. and is available for review.
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