Agile + DevOps West 2019 Concurrent Session : Testing the Front End, Back End, and Everything in Between

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Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm

Testing the Front End, Back End, and Everything in Between

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Testers are always looking to gain confidence in their latest release while also saving resources. How is this possible when you need to test every component of the application and all of their interactions? For one, both the front end and back end of an application are often discussed independently with regard to their importance, but in order to guarantee success for your application, you must test both. Bria Grangard will discuss how to successfully implement a strategy for testing both the UI and API sides of your application. Learn how you can reuse work you’ve already completed, effectively test the critical components of your application, and save time, money, and effort. You will walk away with an end-to-end testing strategy for success and best practices for maximizing test coverage to share with your team.

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Bria Grangard is a subject matter expert in the software testing field. She manages SmartBear’s testing products including automated testing tool, TestComplete and QAComplete test management. A popular speaker on topics such as how to accelerate your testing pipeline through parallel testing and best practices for managing test cases, Bria speaks to testers in all industries with all software development styles, educating them on ways to speed up their release cycle without compromising the quality of their applications. She has earned three degrees from Dartmouth College, including two bachelor degrees in engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management. Bria has spoken at Agile Testing Days in Boston, Joe Colantonio’s Automation Guild, Better Software West, Romania Testing Days, and has spoken to thousands on webinars, including topics on automation, frameworks, and end-to-end testing. She is a co-host for SmartBear’s very first podcast series, "The Good, the Bad, and the Buggy."