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There’s only so much work you can do in each time-constrained sprint. As you advance in your testing practices, you accumulate large numbers of tests that can become difficult and time-consuming to maintain and execute.

Code changes and automated test runs may happen daily. Rerunning all these tests for each build slows down productivity. With AI-powered test impact analysis (TIA), you can see what code changed and only run those tests associated with the modifications, which speeds up productivity.

Join this session to find out how visibility and traceability of tests to code coverage provide important insights to mitigate quality risks and drive efficiency. You’ll learn how to:

  • Reduce the scope of re-testing by identifying and executing tests impacted by code changes.
  • Collect and merge code coverage across multiple testing practices.
  • View and analyze correlated test and code coverage data to identify gaps and risks.

Learn more about Parasoft Jtest here.

Speakers:

Adam Attanasio

Adam Attanasio is a product manager for the Parasoft Continuous Quality Platform, focused on improving the experience of API and UI testing and dedicated to helping customers choose the right testing solutions. With over 15 years of experience in IT, Adam works with companies to focus on collaboration, efficiency, and quality.

Wilhelm Haaker

Wilhelm Haaker, Director of Solution Engineering at Parasoft, manages a global team of solution engineers dedicated to Parasoft’s web and cloud solutions. His team helps organizations modernize their software development and testing processes and optimize test automation for Agile transformation, API first, and cloud migration initiatives.

 

 

 

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