Telerik R1 2019 Release Webinar

Getting to Bulletproof Test Automation
with Industry-first Technology
by Test Studio

Innovative strategies for achieving codeless, reliable,
and easily-maintainable test automation that is enterprise-grade

With all the rich, interactive business-critical applications out there, testing can be a real struggle. Application UI’s are dynamic, living-beings, and maintaining automated tests often costs as much as manual testing.

Join this webinar on July 30 to see the latest advancements in test automation, including:

  • How this unique approach dramatically reduces test-related failures.
  • How to turn testing from an Agile impediment to a catalyst for CI/CD
  • How to do all of this without the need for code.

Bring test automation to the forefront of your application development process with Test Studio.

Do you even test?

Mark your calendars and we’ll see you Tuesday, July 30! 

Telerik Test Studio provides powerful test automation capabilities with minimal initial investment. Leverage non-technical resources (BAs, QAs, etc) to implement most of your enterprise-grade automation coverage. From there, alongside smooth integration into your CI systems, Test Studio enables tight collaboration with more technical resources to test the entire portfolio (web, mobile, desktop and APIs) with Functional, Load, & Performance all-in-one.


Andy Weiland

Andy Wieland is Senior Sales Engineer for ALM at Progress. He has worked in the software industry for 12 years as a sales engineer and consultant, overseeing the implementation of optimization and automation software for thousands of customers. A certified Scrum Master and agile project execution and product management coach, Andy has become “the voice” of Test Studio with his weekly webinar series.

Iliyan Panchev

Iliyan is a Product Manager for Telerik testing solutions, including Test Studio and Mobile Testing. Thirteen years ago, he started as a game tester because he loves video games, and eventually he realized that breaking software is fun. He believes that a good quality assurance engineer should be involved in all phases of the software development process. Now as a product manager, Iliyan has a new mission—to unburden the QA engineer from the test automation problems and to make the tester's workday a more pleasant one.

Petar Grigorov

Petar is a Sales Engineer at Progress. For almost decade and a half he has gone through multiple key roles in the software development business like Quality Assurance, Project Management, Sales and Account Management, thus knowing all the “pains” that the different personas encounter. He believes that collaboration is a state of mind and that it can be successfully achieved not only via soft skills, but also with the help of a proper toolset.

Watch the recording.