Free Live Webinar: Converging the Roles of a Tester and an Analyst

We’re pleased to invite you to attend the Next Generation Testing Conference sponsored webinar this week:

TIME: The webinar is at 14.00 BST, Friday, 4 May 2012.

ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

The role of a tester on an Agile project is not to find problems post-development; instead the role should be focused on stopping problems occurring during developmentIn this online session, Colin Weaver looks at the role of the Tester on an Agile project and compare and contrast with the more traditional role of a Tester on a Waterfall project. Using real-life examples, we will look at how Testers now focus the majority of their efforts stopping problems occurring in the first place rather than simply finding them during structured testing phases of a project. We will also look at how the roles of the Tester and Analyst can converge on Agile projects.

WEBINAR PRESENTER:

This webinar is presented by Colin Weaver of DB Consulting whose talk was rated the audience’s favorite presentation at the 2010 Next Generation Testing Conference (we’re delighted that Colin is presenting again this year!).

HOW TO REGISTER:

Click here to register and join the Webinar

THE RELATED CONFERENCE:

The webinar also provides a useful taster insight into one of the topics covered at this year’s conference:

The 7th NEXT GENERATION TESTING CONFERENCE (Spring 2012)
23 May 2012, London
www.next-generation-testing.com

Click here to download the latest conference programme

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Call the team on 01895 256 484 for further assistance or email info@unicom.co.uk to request a booking form or reserve delegate places.


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