HP ALM: Less Test Cases, More Coverage
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HP ALM: Less Test Cases, More Coverage

How many test cases test the same thing? How good are your current test cases? Can I delete some of my text cases? Do you want to de-duplicate and optimize your HP ALM test cases? Do you want to save money and time on testing?

9/17/2014
When: Wednesday, September 17, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT (New York), 16:00 - 17:00 GMT (London), 17:00 - 18:00 CEST (Frankfurt)
Where: Vivit Webinar
Contact: Mihai Grigorescu


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Brought to you by the Testing, Quality and Application Lifecycle Management Special Interest Group (TQA-SIG).

How many test cases test the same thing? How good are your current test cases? Can I delete some of my text cases? Do you want to de-duplicate and optimize your HP ALM test cases? Do you want to save money and time on testing?

When test cases are duplicated in HP ALM testers will often over test, causing delays and costing money. We’ve found in one financial services company that the team took 6 hours to manually create 11 test cases with just 16% coverage. This webinar will demonstrate how Agile Designer™ created 17 test cases in 2 hours with a massive 100% coverage.

This webinar is targeted to HP ALM users – senior level testers and decision makers i.e. Head of Testing, Business Analysts, Test Planners, Test Managers

Speaker:



Huw Price
Managing Director
Grid-Tools

 

  • Lead technical architect for several US and European software companies over the last 30 years
  • Managing Director of Grid-Tools, the leading test data management vendor and Chief Technical Architect at Agile Designer
  • Guest speaker at many UK and International conferences including Oracle, HP, Star East and the IIBA's UK Chapter

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