Optimizing Agile Testing: What Functional Testers Can Learn from Performance Testers

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Performance testers were the pioneers of agile testing. In fact, their approach is more closely aligned to what the industry now refers to as exploratory testing.

Performance tuning involves using the scientific method to correct and integrate previous knowledge via an iterative process. Each iteration starts with a defined question and an explanatory hypothesis that can be tested in a reproducible manner. The process is essential to helping the tester measure, evaluate, and improve system performance.

Join this web seminar to explore what we can learn from performance testers’ interactive “tuning” approach.

 You will learn:

  • The key exploratory testing principles that performance testers swear by
  • Strategies for applying those principles to functional testing
  • Real-world examples of what these techniques look like in practice

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Ingo Philipp

Ingo Philipp, Distinguished Evangelist at Tricentis, champions the methodologies, best practices, and technologies at the core of the company’s Continuous Testing solution. His insights on rethinking software testing and passion for elevating the role of the software tester have made him a sought-after speaker/author across the global software testing community. Before Ingo entered the multifaceted world of software testing and development, he worked as a theoretical astrophysicist in the field of high-energy particle physics and computational fluid dynamics at the University of Vienna and the Berlin Institute for Technology. He holds a Master of Science degree.

Tim Koopmans

Tim Koopmans is a performance testing expert dedicated to making open source load testing tools and cloud testing infrastructure accessible to everyone. Tim engineered the Flood “shared nothing” architecture and holds the key to its unparalleled scalability and throughput. He also developed Ruby JMeter. Prior to Flood, Tim spent more than ten years as a performance and development consultant for companies across retail, finance, telecom, and government sectors. Tim also served as an Australian Army Officer for ten years.



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