About the webinar
When the test activity is performed with all the factors being constant, you are expected to see the same result. This ultimately leaves you with the infamous “Pesticide Paradox” unless a varying factor is introduced which can stimulate the probability of altering the test result.
Test teams can arrest the pesticide paradox by dusting fresh perspectives on every test activity – this surely sounds expensive when seen through the lens of a Golden Triangle. However, teams can accommodate small changes to their usual test routines and gather test results which helps determine the test confidence of the application.
Join Sowmya Sridharamurthy, SDET manager at Lytho on the 29th of March for this captivating talk.
- Understanding pesticide paradox
- Testing in continuous delivery
- Testing formulations
- Crowd testing
- Role of automation in pesticide paradox
- Questions and Answers
About the speaker:
Sowmya Sridharamurthy is SDET Manager at Lytho with 13+ years of experience handling quality activities for diverse software solutions- ERP, SAAS, Mobile APPs, Web applications. She has a proven track record of successful implementations of result-driven test processes and mentoring test teams in achieving good ROI from their automation. Being an Accessibility advocate, Sowmya is keen on driving inclusive software development.