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5 Reasons to Model During QA
Model-Based Testing is one of the fastest growing trends in test automation [1], with an increasing number of organizations achieving the rigour enabled by Model-Based techniques. This webinar considers the promise of modelling for QA, including a demo of how to realise its benefits in practice. Curiosity Director James Walker and Lemontree consultant Tomas Rosenqvist will each discuss their top five reasons to model during testing, before a demo of The VIP Test Modeller will showcase Model-Based techniques in action. Join Tomas and James to see how modelling facilitates:
1. "Shift left” QA, identifying potentially costly bugs earlier and at less cost to fix;
2. Testing agility, automating the creation of test cases, test data and automated tests;
3. Optimal test coverage, using mathematical algorithms to test more system logic in fewer tests;
4. Rapid QA reaction times, updating central flowcharts to re-generate complete test suites;
5. Enterprise-wide collaboration, with BAs, developers and testers working in parallel from easy-to-use models.

James Walker and Tomas Roseqnvist bring years of experience in Model-Based Testing, having collaborated with a range of organisations to solve their testing needs. Both have worked with multiple Model-Based testing tools, and have themselves invented Model-Based technologies . They know first-hand the potential that modelling can unlock in QA, and possess fine-tuned knowledge for achieving modelling success in practice. Their wealth of expertise will be on offer during the webinar, including a live Q&A to help you to identify the best approach to modelling at your organization.

[1] Capgemini, Micro Focus, Sogeti (2019), World Quality Report, 27-8. Retrieved from https://www.sogeti.com/globalassets/global/wqr-201819/wqr-2018-19_secured.pdf on 30-May-2019.

Sep 5, 2019 2:00 PM in London

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James Walker
Director @Curiosity Software Ireland
James holds a PhD in visual analytics, a topic that combines human problem solving with computer processing power. James applies these ground-breaking approaches to QA, focusing on Model-Based Testing and Test Data Management. He is lead developer of several Curiosity tools, and has collaborated with numerous organizations to deliver quality software.
Tomas Rosenqvist
Consultant @Lemontree
Tomas started writing code in QBASIC at age 10 and has never strayed very far from the Microsoft world since then. Tomas has worked as a developer in the automotive, logistics, retail and insurance industries. In recent years he has focused more on testing, code quality as well as automation, both on an individual level but also as an aspiring teacher and evangelist. When he is not preaching the QA gospel to his fellow developers, Tomas is usually playing games of some kind and he is constantly looking to expand (or more occasionally, prune) his board game collection into a state of perfection.