A Meet-up for soapUI, Selenium, HTMLUnit, TestMaker
Software developers, QA testers, and IT managers are challenged to rapidly build and test Ajax, REST, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA,) and Web applications in a time when schedules are short, budgets are tight, standards are few, and much of this is new technology! Find out why Tribal DDB, PepsiCo, AMD, Ford, and Premiere Global succeed with open source build and test technology and methodology as a more affordable and flexible option to the traditional test vendors.
Learn how you can leverage an open source software platform that develops products and services for rapid rich Internet application (RIA)/AJAX development on a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Learn how you can leverage open-source testing tools (Selenium, soapUI, PushToTest, TestGen4Web, HTMLUnit) for functional testing, load and performance testing, and business service monitoring, with more flexibility than traditional solutions provide.
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Friday, January 30, 2009
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Additional dates and cities available:
Salt Lake City, Utah, February 18
Portland, Oregon, March 11
Orlando, Florida, May 6
San Francisco, California, June 1
Las Vegas, California, June 9
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Frank Cohen, the leading authority for testing and optimizing software developed with Web, SOA, AJAX and REST designs and implementations, and author of FastSOA, will lead the seminar.
1) The why, what, and how of open-source build and test tools vs. traditional tools
3) Testing using record/playback and scripting tools
4) Identifying and solving performance bottlenecks in Rich Internet Applications (Web 2.0 and Ajax)
5) Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) testing
6) Questions and Answers
Every attendee will receive fully working copies of the Open Source Test tools, including Selenium, soapUI, PushToTest, TestGen4Web, and many others taught in this class.
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Official Website: http://workshop.pushtotest.com
Added by FrankCohen2000 on January 20, 2009