Fast and Complete Test Coverage for Test Nirvana

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Abhijit Mugali, and Prasanth Kongati, CA Technologies

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Testing quickly doesn’t mean you have to test poorly. The goal of agile development teams today is to test quickly and completely. See how CA Agile Requirements Designer and CA Test Data Manager help teams define test cases from product requirements and then assign test data to match the generated test cases. This powerful combination helps you deliver quality applications faster. Inclusive of a demo, you can expect to learn: - Define and generate test cases from product requirements - Match test cases to test data - Quickly generate test data needed - Deliver quality applications more quickly with an automated approach

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