Webinar – Reducing Noise in Software Testing

I’m doing a free webinar for Parasoft on Tuesday about reducing noise in software testing: How the Grinch Stole Testing. You can read more about it on the Parasoft web site.

The basic description is:

Noise is the bane of software testing. Whether you’re doing static analysis or regression testing, it seems like you can’t avoid dealing with an ever-growing mountain of messages from your testing tools. At some point you begin to question whether keeping it up to date is worth the cost—or if you’d be better off starting over from scratch or abandoning automation altogether.

Attend Parasoft’s “How the Grinch Stole Testing” webinar to learn various ways to manage static analysis and regression testing noise more effectively. We’ll start by exploring why noise is so prevalent, and then give tips to help you cut back on all that noise, noise, noise!

We’ll explore how to:

-Permit static analysis rule exemptions under exceptional circumstances.
-Know when it’s time to disable or reconfigure a static analysis rule.
-Exempt problematic files or code chunks from static analysis.
-Design more robust regression tests.
-Adopt a sustainable workflow for keeping tests in synch with the evolving application.

The webinar is Tuesday, December 18 from 1:00 – 1:30 PM ET. Sign up today — spaces are limited!

If there are other topics you’d like to learn about, let me know in the comments, or via twitter, Google+, etc.

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