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Coded vs. Codeless Testing Tools
—And the Space In Between

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10:00 AM (EDT)

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Tuesday, June 14, 2022

There are a wide variety of test automation tools on the market today, divided into two categories: coded, which requires programming skills, and codeless, which do not. The which-is-better debate for coded and codeless test automation tools has gone on for years.

Join this webinar to discuss the current landscape of coded and codeless tools, and how teams are taking advantage of both to solve their test automation challenges through:

  • Factors to consider using coded and codeless tools
  • Guidelines on when to use one vs. the other
  • Selections for the right approach and tools
Our speakers
Mush Honda
Mush Honda
Chief Quality Architect
at Katalon, Inc.
Mush Honda is a results-oriented senior engineering leader with over 20 years of experience in Quality Engineering and Agile software development. He has in-depth experience in development/delivery methodologies with expertise across all areas of software quality engineering, test automation, DevOps, and test project management.
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Coty Rosenblath
Coty Rosenblath
CTO
at Katalon, Inc.
Coty has led engineering teams at startups, public, and private companies in industries ranging from financial services (including the first all-internet bank in the United States) to healthcare to augmented reality. At Katalon, he focuses on providing a comprehensive automation platform to support teams of all sizes.
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Anand Bagmar
Anand Bagmar
Software Quality Evangelist, Applitools
Anand Bagmar is a Software Quality Evangelist with 20+ years in the software testing field. He is passionate about shipping a quality product and specializes in Product Quality strategy and execution and building automated testing tools, infrastructure, and frameworks. He is a contributor to the Selenium project and has built open-source tools including WAAT (Web Analytics Automation Testing Framework), TaaS (for automating the integration testing in disparate systems), and TTA (Test Trend Analyzer).
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Andrew Knight
Andrew Knight
Developer Advocate at Applitools, and Director of Test Automation University
Andrew Knight is the Automation Panda—an engineer, consultant, and international speaker who builds solutions for software testing problems. He has designed and built robust test automation projects for web apps, service APIs, and operating systems with thousands of tests running continuously. He is the Director of Test Automation University as well as the lead developer for Boa Constrictor, the .NET Screenplay Pattern.
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