Automated Testing Simplified by Richard Banks in Sydney Oct 26

Charles Sterling

One of my top ALM MVPs, Richard Banks, is going to show how streamlining your software testing process can save you valuable time, money & effort…

Date: Oct 26, 2011

Time: 8am-10:00am

Location: Sydney

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Session Abstract:

Manual software testing can be a laborious process. A full test suite can easily consume dedicated technical resources, not to mention the time required to re-run all tests to ensure the software has not regressed and still meets all quality expectations.

During this breakfast presentation, we will demonstrate how you can leverage automated UI tests to mitigate risk and increase confidence in your project, whilst reducing the time to find potentially costly regressions in the software. We will also dispel the myth of UI automation being considered a painful process and a waste of time, money and effort, by discussing the reasons why UI Automation often fails in projects and ways in which you can avoid those issues.

This will be a high level overview presentation, focusing on the business benefits rather than being overly technical.



Readify Principal Consultant and Technical Specialist (Agile/ALM)
Professional Scrum Master and Scrum Developer Trainer | Visual Studio ALM MVP

Richard Banks has developed software for the last 18 years for a wide range of industries and development platforms and over the years and has filled many roles including developer, team lead, project manager and CIO/CTO. He is a Certified Scrum Practitioner and Professional Scrum Developer Trainer, runs the Sydney Alt.Net user group and the Talking Shop Down Under podcast, owns and contributes to a few open source projects and has spoken at Tech.Ed and a number of other events and user groups around the country. For some strange reason he gets a real kick out of helping development teams to improve and produce great software. If you want to get in touch he tweets at @rbanks54 and blogs at


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