Oxford, United Kingdom, June 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Grid-Tools, the leading test data management company, has announced a series of training days and workshops to meet the demand for an overview of its award-winning and innovative products.
“Our products make a difference to project outcome, for example, Agile Designer is transforming software testing,” said Huw Price, Managing Director of Grid-Tools, “We realize that being shown how the product works is important,” he added.
Arno Van De Velde, Senior Quality Analyst at SYSQA B.V., and a user of Agile Designer™ comments: “Agile Designer is a tool that enables mind shifting agility to system development. This tool is gold, it showed a return on investment in less than a month when weighed against the hours that it saves us in development time.”
The half day Agile Designer™ training course and full day workshops are aimed at giving an understanding of how the product uses mapping requirements to create clear, unambiguous visual flow charts as well as creating the smallest set of test cases to test a 100% of the functionality. There are also many advanced techniques such as determining project cost and complexity, HP ALM Integration and Finding & Making test data.
Grid-Tools’ award-winning Datamaker™ is also the focus of new training courses which will guide users through all the basics of the tool such as the interface and working with data all the way through to more advanced tasks such as running a Test Match.
An insight into how to optimize Data Subset and Data Masking techniques is in demand and will be the subject of an additional course. This will include everything the user needs to know in order to reduce data volumes for tests and desensitize copied data. It will also cover how to use the subset tree, build scripts and guide users through building their own masking rules and routines.
“The courses will provide invaluable insight into how to maximize tools and techniques,” adds Huw Price, “No technical pre-requisites are required for undertaking our courses and people of all technical abilities are welcome.”
For further information, on Grid-Tools: www.grid-tools.com and Agile Designer: www.agile-designer.com.