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  • Model-based Testing & BDD
    Model-based Testing & BDD
    Alexander Page Recorded: Apr 18 2019 52 mins
    The Behavior-driven Development (BDD) paradigm has changed the software testing landscape by combining business language (requirements) with functional application test cases; it gives us the ability to create low-jargon, self-documenting tests that all stakeholders understand and agree on to truly enable Acceptance Test-driven Development (ATDD). How do we combine these benefits with the power of Model-based Testing (MBT) to achieve maximum testing coverage and efficiency?

    Join BDD/MBT expert Alexander Page as he dives into a fully integrated End-to-End BDD testing framework/pipeline for rapidly testing a live MVC Webapp by utilizing a powerful MBT test generation solution to go from requirements to executable Gherkin/Cucumber BDD tests to enriched ATDD-focused reporting with Serenity.

    You'll learn:
    Automate test design/creation with Model-based Testing tool Agile Requirements Designer (ARD)
    Creating Gherkin BDD tests utilizing ARD and executing with Cucumber
    How to quickly generate a Gherkin step definition layer in Eclipse
    Tying in the Selenium UI testing framework with the Gherkin step definition layer
    How to use Serenity BDD framework to generate enriched ATDD test result reports

    The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session
  • Eliminate test environment dependencies in your CI/CD pipeline
    Eliminate test environment dependencies in your CI/CD pipeline
    Koustubh Warty and Petr Vlasek Recorded: Apr 16 2019 61 mins
    Enormous savings and quality benefits are possible from shifting testing left to development, but dependencies can make that goal difficult to achieve. Often, services you need to test against are either still in development, cost money to hit (3rd party services) or are simply not available. Sure, you can write a simple mock, but the inherent limitations in types of services you can cover and responses that can be returned often leads to inadequate tests and potential escaped defects.

    Now, you can create ephemeral test environments, complete with robust virtual services. Shift unit testing left by eliminating dependencies on unavailable services, services still in development, or unavailable services right from your IDE. In this webinar we’ll discuss:

    - Best practices for creating robust virtual services for developer use cases
    - How to easily share those services throughout the organization
    - Where to get started today, for free
  • Live Product Demo - Propel Cloud PLM
    Live Product Demo - Propel Cloud PLM
    Mark Christiani Recorded: Apr 11 2019 53 mins
    View the Future of PLM today! See a live and interactive demonstration of Propel’s game-changing cloud PLM solution Join us on Thursday April 11, 2019 at 10am PT / 1pm ET to: See how easy it is to use and customize
  • Stop the Blame Game in Engineer to Order
    Stop the Blame Game in Engineer to Order
    Andrew Reiser, Mountain Point; Miguel Tam, Propel Recorded: Apr 9 2019 53 mins
    How the Cloud Helps Sales, Engineering and Operations to Create Winning Quotes
    Changing customer expectations, new types of competitors, and more complex products are endangering the entire business model of engineer-to-order (ETO) companies. ETO companies need to change now because the old game of throwing information back-and-forth between engineering, sales and operations is no longer good enough.

    Customers are no longer satisfied with mediocre response times, lack of project visibility and disjointed communication across sales, engineering, and operations. Blaming other teams for lower margins from poorly coordinated quotes doesn’t help with lost business to more nimble competitors.

    In this webinar, Andrew Reiser of Mountain Point, a Salesforce and manufacturing consulting firm, and Miguel Tam of Propel, a Salesforce manufacturing software provider, will share how best-in-class companies are embracing the cloud to work better together, with internal teams and customers, and win more business.

    This live webcast will cover how cloud applications like Propel and the Salesforce Sales Cloud can create an integrated business process from initial customer request to design discussions to winning customer quotes.

    Join this webinar to see:
    - How a unified cloud platform can tie sales, engineering and operations processes
    - Real-world customer examples that have seen product throughput grow by 500%
    - A live demonstration of how Mountain Point, Propel and Salesforce uniquely support modern Engineer to Order business processes
  • Reduce Risk with Post-Market Surveillance and Product Complaints
    Reduce Risk with Post-Market Surveillance and Product Complaints
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Apr 4 2019 37 mins
    Adopt a Customer-Centric Approach to Reduce Risk with Post-Market Surveillance and Product Complaints:
    Being customer-centric in the medical device industry isn’t just about personalized healthcare or integrating IoT feedback into your next generation of devices. Customer centricity has a major role in reducing risk with your post-market surveillance and product complaints process. By having a much more streamlined process to gather customer feedback - both positive and negative - medical device companies can lower risk, improve regulatory compliance, reduce errors and increase customer responsiveness.

    In this webinar, Miguel Tam of Propel will focus on the importance of putting your customers first and integrating customer feedback directly into your product quality processes and design reviews.

    Hear more about the following:

    => How medical device companies can reduce risk by tying CRM, QMS and PLM (Product Lifecycle Management)
    => Real-world examples of companies who have streamlined customer complaints, CAPAs and engineering changes
    => A live demonstration of how Propel helps with customer complaints and post-market surveillance
  • Propel QMS - Live Product Demo
    Propel QMS - Live Product Demo
    Mark Christiani, Miguel Tam Recorded: Mar 28 2019 44 mins
    View the Future of QMS today! Join us for a live and interactive demonstration of Propel’s game-changing cloud QMS solution. See how quality and complaint management can ease the burden of regulatory compliance for medical device and other regulated industries.
  • How Integrated Cloud CAD and PLM Help You Quickly Go from Concept to Customer
    How Integrated Cloud CAD and PLM Help You Quickly Go from Concept to Customer
    Miguel Tam, Propel and Joe Dunne, Onshape Recorded: Mar 28 2019 53 mins
    Companies have been integrating CAD and PLM for decades, so is there anything really different that cloud technologies can do? For over 20 years, integrating CAD systems like SolidWorks and Creo to PLM systems has helped mechanical engineers be more efficient. But what about everyone else who needs to see the latest product updates? That’s where the cloud comes in. With their brand new cloud CAD connector, Onshape and Propel are changing how companies can design, launch and sell. The newly launched Onshape and Propel connector not only helps mechanical engineers be more productive, it also allows everyone inside and outside a company to securely share product designs and data.

    In this webinar, Joe Dunne, Head of Developer Relations at Onshape, Jayson Kadlecek, Product Manager at Propel, and Miguel Tam, VP of Marketing at Propel, will explain the benefits of an integrated cloud CAD and PLM solution. Joe and Miguel will walk through specific use cases that customers are exploring, and Jayson will do a live demonstration of how Onshape and Propel work for everyone to deliver amazing products.

    They will show how Propel and Onshape can:
    - Streamline creation of parts and assemblies from Onshape to Propel
    - Synchronize product updates across CAD and PLM
    - Better support business models like Engineer to Order


    Note: Contact information from this webinar will be shared with Onshape.
  • Quality Management Systems (QMS) for Medical Devices
    Quality Management Systems (QMS) for Medical Devices
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Mar 25 2019 8 mins
    Modern cloud QMS solutions for medical devices provides closed-loop quality management with integrated product lifecycle management (PLM), CRM to speed products to market while maintaining regulatory compliance, all in the cloud.
  • Site Reliability and Chaos Engineering: Tools to Continuous Delivery Quality
    Site Reliability and Chaos Engineering: Tools to Continuous Delivery Quality
    Shamim Ahmed Recorded: Mar 25 2019 60 mins
    Site Reliability Engineering (or SRE) has been gaining popularity recently to help improve reliability of systems as well as a prescriptive approach to implementing DevOps. Testers similarly play a key role in helping to balance the needs of velocity with overall system quality.

    SREs develop, maintain and operate software that automates the traditional roles of the system administrator at large scale, such as configuration and cluster management systems, and that support reliability and scalability goals, such as container virtualization and the systems architecture of microservices

    In this webinar we’ll explore:
    * The synergies and differences between SREs and testers
    * How testers can work with SREs and development teams to balance the needs of velocity and quality
    * Tools to help integrate SRE into Continuous Testing and Continuous Delivery
  • Your Medical Device Firm Just Bought Some Software - Now What?
    Your Medical Device Firm Just Bought Some Software - Now What?
    Brad Hinke, Director of Quality Services & Validation at Propel Recorded: Mar 21 2019 51 mins
    If your company is thinking about buying software to help with product development and manufacturing, validation is a critical step for complying with FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and Part 820. But many firms often lack detailed expertise and experience to make sure their non-product software is validated. With lack of resources and direction, how can you make sure your software is validated at a reasonable cost.

    Brad Hinke, Director of Quality Services & Validation at Propel will host a live webinar and provide guidance and best practices from real-life lessons on validation. Brad has worked with both small and large medical device firms in all aspects of validation and implementation.
    In this webinar, learn the following:
    - what software needs to be validated and lessons learned from past validation efforts
    - frameworks for approaching validation
    - steps you must do to be compliant with the FDA.
  • Journey to Enterprise-Scale DevOps: Engineer Quality & Security into Everything
    Journey to Enterprise-Scale DevOps: Engineer Quality & Security into Everything
    Malcolm Isaacs, ADM Solutions Marketing, Micro Focus and John McConda, Technology Leader, Moser Consulting Recorded: Mar 13 2019 55 mins
    As organizations go through a digital transformation, they must remain competitive by delivering value faster, while maintaining high quality and security. This webinar will explore how organizations can minimize risk and maximize user satisfaction by testing early and often, from development through to production, and acting on feedback on security, functionality, performance, and readiness status.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    • Why test automation is a critical factor for continuous testing in order to make fast delivery happen, despite the costs and complexities involved
    • The importance of including performance testing in the DevOps pipeline why it must be part of the “Definition of Done”
    • How DevOps practices must build good security practices in from the start to avoid the delivery of vulnerabilities to internal and external threats
  • When Is It Time for a Quality Management System for Your Early Stage Firm?
    When Is It Time for a Quality Management System for Your Early Stage Firm?
    Nicole Cannon, CEO, Cannon Quality Group & Miguel Tam, VP Marketing, Propel Recorded: Mar 7 2019 61 mins
    Starting up a medical device company takes a lot of time, money and effort. In addition to the research, fundraising, product development, clinical trials, etc., the FDA and other regulatory agencies require a quality system to be defined and maintained. But when is the best time to implement a quality system in your medical device startup?

    Recorded live in March 2019, Nicolle Cannon, CEO of the Cannon Quality Group hosted. Nicolle provided guidance and best practices to quality systems implementation and answer your questions.
  • Are Your Products Ready for the FDA’s New Digital Health Pre-Cert Program?
    Are Your Products Ready for the FDA’s New Digital Health Pre-Cert Program?
    Rick Altinger, Medical Devices Consultant ; Bradley Thompson, Epstein Becker & Green, Scott.Thiel, Navigant Recorded: Feb 19 2019 62 mins
    Is your company developing or planning to develop a software product that meets the definition of a medical device?

    In January 2019, FDA published its draft working model for a new precertification program, to supplement its medical device approval process for software which functions as a medical device. The FDA recognized that the traditional regulatory methodology is not well suited for the fast-paced, iterative-design development used for digital health software products.

    Medical device expert and executive Rick Altinger led a panel discussion of the new digital health software regulations. and answered questions in this webinar recorded in February 2019. Learn the following:
    - Is my company eligible for the program?
    - What is the timeline for the new regulations?
    - What does it mean to be pre-certified?
    - What are the risks of non-participation?
  • Visibility and Governance into the Release process
    Visibility and Governance into the Release process
    Erika Leifker, Micro Focus Recorded: Jan 30 2019 51 mins
    Release Management, much like Waterfall Development, is no longer drawn out over months or sometimes years. With the advent of Agile, the goal is to release more often and as a result, be more efficient. How do we achieve these expectations when we must adhere to regulations, policies, security requirements and complex technology? DevOps is commonly the answer, but what does that mean?

    This session will provide an overview of some of the DevOps best practices that customers are implementing to ensure their frequent release cycles are shorter and more successful.

    Attend this webinar and you will:
    • Understand how to define and coordinate Release Management activities with other DevOps activities, such as Continuous Integration/Delivery/Testing
    • Learn best practices for release process governance
    • Discover how to gain visibility into your release process
  • 5 Minutes with Propel: Customer Complaints in Life Sciences
    5 Minutes with Propel: Customer Complaints in Life Sciences
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Jan 23 2019 5 mins
    Propel and Salesforce together offer medical device companies an integrated, streamlined and effective way for capturing, investigating and resolving customer complaints.

    Watch the 5-minute video to better understand how integrating PLM, QMS and CRM on the same Salesforce platform can help you reduce delays, errors and risks with your customer complaint process.
  • Engineer to Order Best Practices
    Engineer to Order Best Practices
    Miguel Tam, Propel and Joe Dunne, Onshape Recorded: Jan 22 2019 61 mins
    Featuring cloud PLM leader, Propel, and the cloud CAD provider, Onshape. Recorded live.
  • 5 Minutes with Propel: Cloud Security
    5 Minutes with Propel: Cloud Security
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Jan 21 2019 6 mins
    One of the most common questions Propel gets is about our security. Here's a short video explaining our technical security, data security and organizational security with our cloud PLM software.
  • 5 Minutes with Propel: PLM vs. ERP - What's the Difference?
    5 Minutes with Propel: PLM vs. ERP - What's the Difference?
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Jan 21 2019 3 mins
    Both PLM and ERP vendors tout capabilities for managing bills of materials (BOMs), changes, versions, files and other information related to your products. This makes some people wonder why you need both. The truth is PLM focuses on planning, while ERP focuses on execution.
  • 5 minutes with Propel: Engineer to Order
    5 minutes with Propel: Engineer to Order
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Jan 21 2019 5 mins
    What makes Propel different? Because we're built on the Salesforce platform, it's easy to tie customer, sales, engineering and operations together to improve the Engineer to Order process - and deliver products that customers will love.
  • The World Quality Report 2018-19: Focus on the Financial Services Sector
    The World Quality Report 2018-19: Focus on the Financial Services Sector
    Jonathon Wright, Vivit Advocacy Board Director and Malcolm Isaacs, Solutions Marketing, Micro Focus Recorded: Jan 16 2019 60 mins
    The 2018-19 edition of the World Quality Report (WQR) discusses the trends shaping QA and testing today, and offers recommendations for addressing tomorrow’s challenges. In this webinar, we’ll present an overview of the WQR’s key findings, with a deep dive into the analysis of the responses from the Financial Services sector, which is going through a radical change in its approach to application development and quality.

    Attend this webinar to learn:
    • How end-user satisfaction is top priority for QA and testing
    • Why an increase in digitalization is driving disruption in the Financial Services sector’s approach to application development and delivery
    • How the emergence of new technologies in Financial Services such as blockchain, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence are reshaping how QA and testing is done
    • Trends over the next two to three years that will combine automation, AI, and analytics to become a key differentiator for Financial Services organizations
  • The Reality of Modern PLM: What to Consider for Your Business Today
    The Reality of Modern PLM: What to Consider for Your Business Today
    Miguel Tam Recorded: Dec 17 2018 25 mins
    You know about new cloud PLM solutions in the market. You probably heard that older PLM companies have cloud offerings. But which PLM solution is best for your company?

    We will discuss the PLM and CAD landscape and provide advice on how to determine your best options.
  • Agile Portfolio Management: Three best practices
    Agile Portfolio Management: Three best practices
    Alan Wendt, Micro Focus Recorded: Dec 12 2018 59 mins
    DevOps and Enterprise Agile frameworks are key enablers of Digital Transformations at the operating level of organizations, but to achieve true agility across the enterprise, these principles must become the norm in all business areas. Some of the most critical connection functions in the organization are Portfolio Management, Program Management, and Project Delivery. This presentation will offer three best practices for Agile Project and Portfolio management to help your organization succeed in this transformational era.

    Join us to hear more about:
    • How lean thinking helps to meet changing business demands and speed up the decision-making
    • The limitations of annual-only portfolio planning cycles
    • The incredible power of aligning the work to the organization’s intended outcomes
  • The Top 5 Don’ts of Software Testing
    The Top 5 Don’ts of Software Testing
    Melissa Tondi, Professional Services Manager, Rainforest QA Recorded: Dec 5 2018 61 mins
    Over the years, techniques, methodologies, and ways of thinking have been introduced to the software testing industry that added value at one point, but they have now become stale, less impactful, or even downright counterproductive.

    It’s time to update your testing views.

    Watch this webcast to learn different approaches and recommendations to help you either remove these harmful strategies and replace them with more meaningful ones, or modernize them to ensure innovation is a driving force within your testing team.

    In this session, we explore the top five don’ts of software testing:
    -- Don’t be the enabler
    -- Don’t automate everything
    -- Don’t have QA-only sprints or cycles
    -- Don’t own all testing
    -- Don’t hide information
  • Why Security, Development, and Quality need to be part of the same conversation
    Why Security, Development, and Quality need to be part of the same conversation
    Bryan Cole, Micro Focus Recorded: Nov 7 2018 46 mins
    Driving greater velocity and agility in the delivery process is critical today. As you move code from Dev into Ops, you need to ensure that the code is not only functionally complete, but also is secure and performs as expected. With the automation of delivery, you also need to understand how the current state of Ops is relevant for the work done in Dev. Rapid and error-free delivery of features that are secure is now an expectation. Attend this webinar and learn how you can ensure security while delivering quality applications with greater velocity.

    Join us and hear about:
    • Best practices for continuous quality in the delivery pipeline
    • Why security must be part of the conversation from the start
    • The importance of collaboration across all teams
    • How Micro Focus can help you ensure security and quality across the disparate components of the delivery pipeline
  • Digital Transformation Demystified
    Digital Transformation Demystified
    Steve Walker and Abram Maldonado Recorded: Nov 1 2018 41 mins
    Digital transformation requires specific investments and actions across many disciplines. How quickly an organization evolves depends on how it approaches the process. Learn the criteria to evaluate to enable faster, more agile digital transformation, and hear real-world examples of how a digital leader is using these principles to transform his organization.
  • Model-based API Testing
    Model-based API Testing
    Ben Johnson Ward Apr 25 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Traditional API Testing offers well-known benefits like speed, robustness, and ease of automation as compared to testing via the UI. While testing an API as exhaustively as possible is often the most effective way to know if each component is behaving the way it should, this is still dependent on the extent of test coverage provided.

    Shackled by slow incomplete manual test designs, API Testing is missing key metrics to help optimize test plans. Testers have difficulty prioritizing what needs to be tested, while developers are unable to shorten test runs and fail fast for more immediate feedback. So how do we compliment API Testing with the power of Model-based Testing (MBT) for maximum testing coverage and efficiency by optimizing our test design?

    Join MBT expert Ben Johnson Ward as he dives into a fully integrated end-to-end API testing framework/pipeline to rapidly test a live webservice. Using a powerful MBT test generation solution, he will show how to generate executable REST-assured API tests with enriched reporting, as well as manage requirements changes in the application and their impact on testing.

    You'll learn:
    - Automate test design/creation with Model-based Testing tool Agile Requirements Designer (ARD)
    - Creating REST-assured API tests utilizing ARD and executing with Java
    - How to quickly generate tests for any scenario or coverage goal
    - How to react efficiently to changing requirements to keep our automated testing in-sprint
    - How to generate enriched test result reports

    The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session
  • What's New in Test Data Manager (TDM) 4.8?
    What's New in Test Data Manager (TDM) 4.8?
    Jeff Hughes and Keith Puzey Apr 29 2019 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    CA Test Data Manager has just released version 4.8 with exciting new features including Portal Masking which includes an independent masking engine and Docker-Based masking. These new features, along with others, will help your testing teams speed up the process of finding and delivering test data when it's needed. Join Jeff Hughes and Keith Puzey for a complete discussion and demonstration of the latest features in TDM 4.8
  • How Proven AI Accelerates Your App Competitiveness
    How Proven AI Accelerates Your App Competitiveness
    David Humphrey, CTO for unstructured data analytics and Joe Leung, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Micro Focus May 1 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    “Global business value derived from artificial intelligence (AI) is projected to total $1.2 trillion in 2018, an increase of 70 percent from 2017, according to Gartner, Inc. AI-derived business value is forecast to reach $3.9 trillion in 2022.”1

    As application vendors race to put AI into their products to deliver differentiating value, they are often faced with the choice of whether they should invest in developing home grown technology, which comes with the costs of time-to-market delay, R&D, support and maintenance, or embed proven technology to accelerate time-to-market. For the latter, it is critical to holistically evaluate a partnership beyond just the technology itself to ensure sustainable success. We are delighted to invite you to our live webcast where David Humphrey, Micro Focus CTO for unstructured data analytics, will discuss the following:

    • Key criteria for evaluating an OEM partner
    • How Micro Focus addresses those criteria
    • Resources for developers

    1 - https://www.gartner.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/2018-04-25-gartner-says-global-artificial-intelligence-business-value-to-reach-1-point-2-trillion-in-2018
  • Agile Requirements Designer: Best Practices to Achieve Value (Part 1)
    Agile Requirements Designer: Best Practices to Achieve Value (Part 1)
    Ralph Jezierski and Steven Borriello May 2 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    At its core, Model-based Testing (MBT) is the automatic generation of tests based on models to represent some or all aspects of a System Under Test (SUT). When properly utilized, MBT enables testing organizations to scale for maximum functional test coverage and achieve cost efficiencies by generating an optimal set of test cases. Helping development teams unlock the full value and capabilities of MBT is Agile Requirements Designer (ARD), an industry proven in-sprint tool to build quality applications faster.

    This is a two part webinar series that will benefit new or existing ARD users who want to learn more and unlock the true value of the solution.

    Join MBT and ARD experts Ralph Jezierski and Steven Borriello as they dive into the foundational skills and best practices required to automate the generation of the optimal set of test cases. Achieve value faster through practical in-webinar exercises and real world examples that would be shared in this two part webinar series.

    In the first part of this webinar series on May 2nd at 11am ET | 8am PT, come join us as we discuss Modeling and Scalability Best Practices, where you'll learn:
    How to construct ARD models utilizing ARD UI basics, modeling concepts and best practices
    How to leverage ARD sub-models to abstract common features into independent reusable models.
    The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session
    Note: If you enjoy this webinar topic, you may wish to continue the discussion as we explore Test Generation and Optimization Best Practices. Join us for the second part of this webinar series on May 9th at 11am ET | 8am PT!
  • Be an ETO Trailblazer: How Salesforce and Partners Drive Digital Transformation
    Be an ETO Trailblazer: How Salesforce and Partners Drive Digital Transformation
    Tony Kratovil, Salesforce; Miguel Tam, Propel May 7 2019 4:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    As the world’s #1 customer success platform, Salesforce has helped thousands of manufacturers transform sales, service and marketing. But there’s more ways the Salesforce cloud platform can help manufacturing companies with their digital transformation.

    For the highly customer-focused Engineer to Order business, the Salesforce platform can uniquely help sales, engineering and operations work better together on changing customer requirements, product designs, tooling estimates and supplier updates to deliver more winning and profitable bids.

    Join this webinar with Salesforce and Propel, a Salesforce manufacturing software provider, to learn how companies are already improving their Engineer to Order processes and increasing product throughput by 500%.

    Tony Kratovil, VP Manufacturing Solutions at Salesforce, and Miguel Tam, VP Alliances at Propel, will share how Salesforce and Propel are helping different teams collaborate directly with customers on everything from due dates, bills of materials, manufacturer parts and more.

    In this live webcast learn the following and more:
    => How Salesforce solutions help Engineer to Order manufacturers track customer requests, product designs, files, and cost estimates
    => Real-world manufacturing examples that have increased customer retention, engineering throughput and operational efficiency
    => A live demonstration of how Propel and Salesforce uniquely support modern Engineer to Order business processes
  • Agile Requirements Designer: Best Practices to Achieve Value | Part 2
    Agile Requirements Designer: Best Practices to Achieve Value | Part 2
    Ralph Jezierski and Steven Borriello May 9 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    At its core, Model-based Testing (MBT) is the automatic generation of tests based on models to represent some or all aspects of a System Under Test (SUT). When properly utilized, MBT enables testing organizations to scale for maximum functional test coverage and achieve cost efficiencies by generating an optimal set of test cases. Helping development teams unlock the full value and capabilities of MBT is Agile Requirements Designer (ARD), an industry proven in-sprint tool to build quality applications faster.

    This is a two part webinar series that will benefit new or existing ARD users who want to learn more and unlock the true value of the solution.

    Join MBT and ARD experts Ralph Jezierski and Steven Borriello as they dive into the foundational skills and best practices required to automate the generation of the optimal set of test cases. Achieve value faster through practical in-webinar exercises and real world examples that would be shared in this two part webinar series.

    In this second part of this webinar series on May 9th at 11am ET | 8am PT, continue the discussion as we explore Test Generation and Optimization Best Practices, where you'll learn:
    How to generate test cases from the ARD Model based upon the required testing coverage or specific focus area.
    How to utilize ARD to adapt testing artifacts based on application changes
    How to export test cases to requirements and test case management tools.
    The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session
    Note: If you had missed the first part of this webinar series on May 2nd at 11am ET | 8am PT, join us as we discuss Modeling and Scalability Best Practices