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Over 76% of organizations are undergoing DevOps adoption, speeding up throughput and release frequency. At the same time, expectations for great customer experiences are increasing, with 32% of users leaving brands after their first poor interaction. This puts a spotlight on testers: how do we deliver quality software while moving at the speed of DevOps?

We need to take a more user-centric approach to test creation and optimization of application quality. In this webinar, Andrew Horgan at mabl will walk through the challenges of traditional test creation, share strategies to scale E2E testing, and show how to integrate E2E tests into your pipeline with mabl to ultimately grow test coverage.

Key learnings for attendees:

  • Why you should embrace quality at the user experience level
  • The power of user-centric end-to-end testing
  • How to give developers fast feedback and report on overall coverage and quality
  • Methods to integrate testing further into development

Learn more at: mabl.com/trial-registration  

Speaker:

Andrew Horgan
Andrew is a Solutions Engineer at mabl working with customers to identify pain points in their testing and find opportunities to leverage mabl to improve their process.  He has a background as an IT specialist working with Python scripting to automate manual workflows and Selenium testing.  As a lifelong learner, Andrew enjoys the evolving nature of front-end technologies and solving the unique challenges presented by testing its ever-changing landscape.  In his free time, he enjoys fishing, golfing, and spending time in nature.

 

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