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presented by Casey Kearns, Pearson VUE and Pat Hughes, Internet Testing Systems
The presenters used a series of scenarios and questions to present the audience with considerations for what happens after your performance testing program goes live. So much hard work and effort goes into introducing performance testing elements, and it can be a relief just getting that far—but how can a program stay ahead? The presenters drew from their experiences as well as great input from the audience to bring attention to the next set of topics that will help make the program successful in the long run.
presented by Catharine Cooper,Pearson VUE and Rory McCorkle, PSI Services
The term performance testing means many different things around the testing industry. During our March 2018 summit, the attendees and PTC members asked for PTC to help articulate the common ground of performance testing/performance-based testing for those who come from a wide variety of industries. Whether you are in IT, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Military, etc., performance (based) testing has common elements…and a lot of them! We’ve summarized this information, and during this webinar we’ll provide a high-level overview of those common elements.
Excerpt: Ten Performance Testing Questions that the ASTM E2849 Standard Answers – Wallace Judd
You may not know that a standard exists for performance testing, so here is an 8-minute sample of one of the PTC's recorded webinars that describes how the standard can help you get answers to many of your questions.
Presented by Joe Cannata, Kinaxis
Joe explains the journey from assessing the goals of a new certification program to the implementation of a hybrid approach involving performance testing. One of the main goals of the certification program at Kinaxis was to raise the skill levels of employees, partners and customers.
This diagram (linked to the title above), taken from the Design Approaches whitepaper, shows the continuum from cognitive-based to performance-based testing approaches. It also identifies where these approaches are useful with respect to several learning and thinking taxonomies, including Bloom, Gagné, and Guilford, as well as Anderson and Krathwol's Revised Bloom's Taxonomy.