The primary objective of this course is to instruct IT and QA Managers on methods to plan for successful test automation projects. Attendees will learn:
- History and evolution of test automation
- How test automation tools work
- Factors that impact test automation during planning
- Common test automation tools on the marketplace including their strengths and shortfalls
- Successful test automation approaches
- Trends for test automation and its future
- History and evolution of test automation – An intro to automation that covers its progression from Job-based, to Screen-based, to Object-based, and how this progression impacts test automation approaches and maintenance.
- Test automation planning – Factors every manager must know when planning automation including cost, scope, timelines, present states, ideal skill sets, risks, and key factors to track ROI.
- Available test automation tools – Covers common open source tools as well as packaged tools and what managers must consider when choosing an automation tool.
- Test automation approaches – Learn the five most common automation approaches and the pros and cons of each.
- Record and Playback
- The Future of Test automation – Covers test automation trends, where the tools and industry are going including its place within Agile methodologies and Continuous Integration.
Who Should Attend
- IT Managers
- QA/Test Managers
- Test Leads
- Sr. Test Analysts
Schedule & Registration
*All listed Canada public training course prices in CAD + applicable taxes. All listed USA public training course prices in USD. Registration prices include course materials, lunch & breaks each day, and a certificate of completion. Hotel and travel arrangements are the responsibility of the attendee.
- Courses are private and personalized. Maximize the effectiveness of the course by tailoring the training to the specific needs and interests of your team. This ensures that the course remains relevant to your team and your unique project needs.
- Per person costs are significantly lower. Save an average of 40% – 60% on per person costs as compared to equivalent public course attendance by eliminating attendee travel costs and associated venue fees.