The speed of test design and test data isn’t just for delivering pizza!

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Philip and Dan Howard, Bloor Research

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Shift-left requirements and test case design, along with finding and creating the right test data quickly are key to faster software development. With the right tools and processes, developers and testers can finally make testing a robust advantage within their SDLC. View session as Bloor Research reviews results of their recent market updates for Test Data Management and Test Design Automation, discussing how test design and test data management are pivotal to achieving your continuous testing initiatives. You'll learn about the key features needed in test design and test data management solutions to accelerate your testing."

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