Zenergy's Testing Trio Presents at QIA's 2016 QUEST Conference

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Zenergy's trio of experts, Chris Lawson, Shaun Bradshaw, and David Dang will present at QAI's 2016 QUEST Conference. The conference will take place April 18 - 22 in Chicago, IL at The Renaissance Chicago Downtown. Throughout this five day conference Zenergy will present the following workshops and presentations:

  • April 18 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm: Chris Lawson will begin by leading a full day course on Selenium test automation. This full day course, Getting Started with Selenium Test Automation covers how to use Selenium in real world scenarios, the essential programming constructs for developing automated tests, automated web testing challenges and approaches for overcoming them, creating and maintaining automated tests and more
  • April 21 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am: Learn how to save time and uncover potential defects sooner. Chris Lawson's presentation Load It Up: Effectively Combining Functional and Performance Testing provides effective techniques for delivering optimal results, using appropriate tools to facilitate testing, and the benefits of combining varied types of testing
  • April 20 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am: Shaun Bradshaw's presentation The Tester's Story: Painting the Picture of Risk explores what to do when finding a bug, how to build trust when communicating with developers, and how to effectively demonstrate risks to project stakeholders
  • April 20 from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm: David Dang's presentation Mobile Testing: To Automate or Not To Automate? will cover how to determine your automation effectiveness based on all your testing factors, calculate a targeted automation percentage for your efforts, and use a success story to motivate your mobile testing

Whether you're just getting started with your Selenium test automation or working to enhance your testing communication efforts, Zenergy's experts have something to offer for all your testing interests. Register before February 17, 2016 for the early registration discount to save up to $300 off attending all five days.