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Ready for the big test? Prove you are the best at the Neotys Performance Testing Challenge during EuroSTAR 2013.
The Neotys Performance Testing Challenge will be an exciting opportunity for EuroSTAR participants to create realistic load and performance tests in a matter of minutes using NeoLoad. The winners will be the fastest. How fast will you go?
In addition to the exiting prizes including an iPad, winners will be publicly acknowledged as being top of the performance testing class.
The competition will take place in the Test Tab at EuroSTAR 2013. It will be open to all EuroStar participants. You don’t need to be a NeoLoad expert to participate as using the tool is very easy.
Challengers will be given a test scenario that they will execute during EuroSTAR. They will use NeoLoad to design the test, stress the sample application and find the performance problem.
Stay tune for more information on the Neotys Performance Testing Challenge on the EuroSTAR blog. We will give you regular tips to maximize your chances of winning.
Description of the challenge
Neotys Performance Testing Challenge
Challengers will have the opportunity to load test a mobile application using NeoLoad (the application name will be disclosed soon on Eurostar blog, so Stay tune for more information on the Neotys Performance Testing Challenge on the Eurostar blog!)
The mobile application is used for information collection, visualisation, and interactive mapping.
Challengers will be asked to generate a maximum of events in the application using NeoLoad. They will have 5 minutes to publish as many events as possible using NeoLoad features like:
– Variabilisation of elements to create events with or without pictures, from different locations
– Tunning the time of an event
– Setting the size of an event for various event categories
– Working on the number of simultaneous users
The winner will be the tester who will have created the maximum number of events. Prizes include an iPad and winners will be publicly acknowledged as being top of the performance testing class.