The second wave of open source test automation tools led by Selenium-based frameworks are continuously outperforming older, commercial tools and open source tools like Fitnesse and Watir. What’s the cause of this major shift responsible for changing how numerous companies are diving into their software test automation? The shift toward web-based applications on desktops and mobile devices and the availability to support them with more advanced open source tools at lower costs.
Want to complete your performance testing, test automation, and manual testing efforts in a shorter testing cycle? The traditional process splits up each distinct type of testing to occur individually with unique sets of goals and usually occurs with minimal cross-team collaboration. Because these varied types of testing have their own methods and techniques, the process can be timely and conceal problem areas until the end.
Is your team hitting road blocks in the process of a new agile adoption and/or having trouble delivering top quality releases on time? Is your agile team not working to its full potential? If you answered yes to any of these questions, get insight on these challenges with Zenergy's free webinar, Essential Patterns of Mature Agile Teams.
Zenergy has received an overwhelming response for its free Selenium Automation webinar scheduled for this Thursday, May 29 at 1:30 p.m. EDT. Selenium has skyrocketed in popularity as an open source automation tool for website testing and poses a cost-effective automation solution when done properly. This webinar gives attendees key insights into using Selenium effectively.
Join Zenergy for a Free Webinar on Selenium Test Automation: Best Practices for High-Performing Implementations
Broadcast Date and Time: Thursday, May 29, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. ET
Some consider metrics tracking a thorn in the side of software development and testing. But when used properly, metrics provide valuable project insights that can help you make strategic and tactical decisions that affect the overall effort. On February 6, 2014 at 1:30 pm EST, Shaun Bradshaw discusses how to accomplish this and more with XBOSoft's Philip Lew.