Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


It’s not a bug, it’s an environment problem.

It’s not a bug, it’s an environment problem. Environments are costly and data refreshes tedious. As a result, QA analysts have to make compromises and work in environments that have a different makeup than the production environment, which can create false positives and missed bugs. This presentation will help QA engineers learn how to mitigate the lack of data refreshes by creating modular test cases and use parameters to dissociate the data from the test cases and automation and therefore be able to work with data that you do have in each environment. Additionally, it will dive into how to maximize the environments QA professionals currently have and align them to their testing process to do feature testing and regression efficiently.


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