Posts Tagged ‘Webinar’

Recap: Continuous Testing in the Cloud [WEBINAR]

June 30th, 2014 by Bill McGee

Last week our own Michael Sage discussed the topic of  Continuous Testing in the Cloud for our latest webinar.

In it, he went over how to take advantage of cloud-hosted development resources to help increase release time and improve application quality as a best practice. He also talked about how to use Sauce Labs to securely execute your Selenium tests in parallel and reduce the time it takes to run your critical integration and acceptance tests.

Missed the webinar? You can listen to the recording here, or check out the slides below.

[Live Panel] Mobile Testing with Appium

May 15th, 2014 by Bill McGee

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As we know from the survey we conducted early this year, mobile testing is incredibly prominent in the QA world. To support this growing field, we’ve heavily invested in the open source project Appium; the leading cross-platform framework for testing hybrid and native mobile applications. Used by organizations large and small, including Expedia and Gilt Groupe, Appium provides a language-agnostic means to automatically test mobile functionality without modifying an app in any way. 

To help celebrate the release of the  latest battle-tested version 1.0 [Orion], we’re thrilled to announce our next webinar: “Live Panel: Appium Core Committers Answer Your Questions” with leading contributors to the project, Jonathan Lipps, Matthew Edwards, and Dan Cuellar. Join us for this panel discussion on Thursday, May 29, from 11AM-12PM PDT.

Questions to the panelists may include:

  • Appium’s philosophy
  • An overview of the 1.0 release
  • The roadmap ahead
  • Best practices for automating mobile tests

A live Q&A will follow. All attendees are encouraged to participate.

Register here today – you won’t want to miss this one!

Webinar: Selenium at Salesforce Scale – Register Today

April 3rd, 2014 by Bill McGee

sfdc-logoEver wondered how an Enterprise company like Salesforce runs their QA tests? Yup, there’s a webinar for that.

After participating in this successful meetup, we wanted to cast this knowledge even farther. You’re invited to learn about Salesforce’s inventory of Selenium tests, how they run them at scale, and how to architect your test harness for success.

Join Salesforce engineers David Louvton and Sagar Wanaselja on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 at 10:00am PDT for our latest webinar, Selenium at Salesforce Scale.

David and Sagar will cover the details of their engineering team, running their “Selenium farm,” scaling issues, Selenium design patterns, and how to overcome test failures.

A Q&A session will follow. Register today!

As usual, this event is FREE.

Do you want to share your knowledge with our community? We want to hear from you! Submit topic ideas for guest posts, webinars and more here

Slide into Selenium! “How To Use Selenium, Successfully” by Dave Haeffner

April 1st, 2014 by Bill McGee

Thanks to all of you who attended our last webinar, Selenium Bootcamp, with expert Dave Haeffner! Click here to listen to the recording, and check out the slide deck below from his presentation if you haven’t already done so.

Want to share your thoughts or expertise with our community? We want to hear it! Submit your blog post or webinar topic here.

Webinar: Selenium Bootcamp with Expert Dave Haeffner

March 20th, 2014 by Bill McGee

Whether you want to start fresh, learn more, or fill in gaps about QA testing using Selenium, you won’t want to miss our latest webinar! Join us for Selenium Bootcamp with expert Dave Haeffner on Thursday, March 27th, 2014 10:00am PDT.

QA testing with Selenium can help to dramatically improve your business’ productivity by minimizing testing time, cost, and hassle. Dave will walk you through all the necessary steps to learn how to build out a well-factored, maintainable, resilient, and parallelized suite of tests that will run locally, on a Continuous Integration system, and in the cloud.  A live Q&A session will follow. Register today!

Dave is the author of Elemental Selenium (a free, once weekly Selenium tip newsletter that is read by hundreds of testing professionals) as well as a new book, The Selenium Guidebook. He is also the creator and maintainer of ChemistryKit (an open-source Selenium framework). He has helped numerous companies successfully implement automated acceptance testing; including The Motley Fool, ManTech International, Sittercity, and Animoto. He is a founder and co-organizer of the Selenium Hangout and has spoken at numerous conferences and meetups about acceptance testing.

Online Workshop – Testing Behind a Firewall

March 6th, 2014 by Bill McGee

Learn all about best practices and strategies for testing apps behind a firewall and how to use Sauce Connect during our next online workshop! Join speaker Mike Redman, Director of Sales Engineering at Sauce, on Tuesday, March 11, 2014, at 11:00 AM Pacific Time for the latest.

Whether you’re at the enterprise or startup level, security is a hot topic. That’s why we created Sauce Connect. Sauce Connect creates a secure tunnel between your firewalled app and the Sauce cloud so you can run your tests knowing that your data is encrypted through industry standard TLS.

Keeping our security standards in mind, we completely rewrote the app. With the launch of our latest version, Sauce Connect 4, your tests will now run faster than ever, even with heavy loads. It’s better performing, more reliable, and gives broader support for a wider range of web standards, including Websockets.

Mike will walk you through testing behind a firewall and how to use Sauce Connect 4.  A live Q&A session will follow.  Register today!