Virgin Media’s journey to intelligent and cognitive test automation

Returning for the third year, with an exceptional line-up of speakers including heads of testing, directors of QA and industry specialists, The National Software Testing Conference will take place on the 17-18 May 2016.

Learn from Virgin Media’s cognitive test automation journey

As a speaker at this years’ National Software Testing Conference, Peter Francome, Head of Test, Quality and Delivery Innovation at Virgin Media, will be discussing ‘Virgin Media’s journey to intelligent & cognitive test automation.’

Francome said he is excited to attend this years’ conference in order to meet “like minded professionals who are passionate about test and quality and the value it delivers for organisations.”

“The journey we’ve taken in Virgin Media test automation has had its challenges and many lessons learnt and I’m excited about sharing those with the test community so that people can learn from our experience and hopefully from some of our successes!” said Francome in regards to what we can expect from his talk.

Peter Francome, Head of Test, Quality and Delivery Innovation at Virgin Media, will be speaking at The National Software Testing Conference 2016.

Peter Francome, Head of Test, Quality and Delivery Innovation at Virgin Media, will be speaking at The National Software Testing Conference 2016.

Key takeaways from the presentation

The talk will discuss “a number of key factor that drive successful and sustainable test automation,” said Francome, as “getting them right is crucial to a delivery efficiency in test.”

He continued, “However, efficiency in itself is not enough and in order to be effective, cognitive analytics is required in order to fully deliver optimised automation across the Enterprise.”

Why attend The National Software Testing Conference?

The National Software Testing Conference provides an ideal environment for learning, networking and developing skills.

Stating why he believes people should attend the conference; Francome said “Testing and quality is going through a period of unsurpassed change. Where software is the organisation, whether it’s building digital trust or protecting brand value, coupled with the treat and opportunity Agile and DevOps presents to the testing community, it’s never been more important to understand where the market and profession is developing.”

The National Software Testing Conference is sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Perfecto, iSQI, Neotys, Delphix, CAPITA, nFocus, Valuelabs, Applause, Infostretch, IBM, Parasoft, BCS, Polarion, iTrinegy, CA Technologies, SMT Software Services, Undo Software, and BugFinders.

31 Media, organisers of The National Software Testing Conference and publishers of TEST Magazine would like to thank its sponsors for their support.

 

Written by Jordan Platt.

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