Testing Web Applications: A Practical Approach
Walter Mamed, JWT.com
Track 3: 11:00 – 12:00
Web-based applications have become the most widely used form of software, not only for e-commerce, but in our personal lives as well. Whether your spouse is booking your next vacation, or you are scheduling an appointment in an acute care facility, responsiveness and reliability are key to your satisfaction and desire to return. The quality assurance group testing these applications faces many challenges, with shorter test cycle times, fewer resources, constantly evolving technology, and instant world wide exposure. Explore how to plan, test, and deploy new or updated websites with confidence using practical, no nonsense methods. Functional and non-functional testing including configuration, usability, performance, and security will be covered. Learn how to use software tools to improve your testing techniques. Automated testing, mobile browsing, and the future of Rich Internet Applications will also be discussed. Take home a new perspective on testing web applications; implement these solutions and reduce your testing anxiety.
About the Speaker…
Walter Mamed is Director of Quality Assurance at JWT (Digital Technology) in Irving, Texas. He has over 30 years experience in a variety of quality assurance and software test engineering development positions, focusing on software and hardware test automation. Walt has been building test automation frameworks for GUI testing and web based applications for over 15 years. His web testing experience includes secure Email, On-boarding, ecommerce and lead generation as well as large-scale automated regression test suites. Walt is very active in the professional community as Director of the Board and Secretary for the Dallas/Ft. Worth (HP) Mercury User Group (DFWMUG.com) for the last 7 years. He is an ASQ Certified Software Quality Engineer.