Transcript of "Webinar: Where Agile Testing and Test Management collide"
Where Agile Testing and Test Management CollideJoin Frank Cohen, Keith Cook and Sanjay Zalavadia to learn a new testing approach that will change your world view onhow you do testing today. Frank will explain how to repurpose your User Acceptance Testing (UAT) efforts to surfaceand solve performance bottlenecks and functional issues. These issues are normally caught after you release!Keith and Sanjay will explain how to apply this new testing approach while managing a distributed team of softwaredevelopers, testers and IT managers. They will show the best practices for test success and an easier and less costly wayto manage your test efforts and enable you to do more testing in the same amount of time.DATE & TIME Click here toTuesday, June 14, 2011 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PDT Register for a Free Live WebinarWEBINAR LINKhttp://www.pushtotest.com/agile-testing-test-managementREGISTRATION LINKhttps://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/727952064WHO SHOULD ATTEND?This event is for CIOs, CTOs, software engineering managers, and operations managers.PRESENTERSFrank Cohen: Founder of PushToTest, the open-source test automation solutions business, and maintainer of the popularTestMaker open-source project. Frank is the author of several books, including FastSOA, the way to use native XML technology tobuild scalable service oriented architecture, and Java Testing and Design.Keith Cook: Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Zephyr. He is a senior executive who possesses 18 years ofexperience in sales, business development and marketing selling to enterprise, IT and mobile software companies.Early in hiscareer, Keith spent seven years at IBM in various sales roles in the Rational Software DivisionSanjay Zalavadia: Director of Professional Services at Zephyr. He brings over 15 years of leadership experience in TestManagement and Technical Support Services, and has successfully established and grown premier IT and Support Services teamsacross multiple geographies for both large and small companies.