Column 1

You can use layout Elements such as columns, which many of the content blocks can be placed within. You can use layout Elements such as columns, which many of the content blocks can be placed within. You can use layout Elements such as columns, which many of the content blocks can be placed within.

Column 2

These can be nice visual ways of breaking up a lot of text if the content is text-heavy or if you’re doing comparisons like Before/After. These can be nice visual ways of breaking up a lot of text if the content is text-heavy or if you’re doing comparisons like Before/After. These can be nice visual ways of breaking up a lot of text if the content is text-heavy.

Adding a Subhead H6
The left/right block h2

It’s a slightly more defined 2 column block, in that one side is always either an image or a video (with or wo overlay) and the other is an open section for using any type of paragraph, header, buttons.. you can toggle between the image being on the right or left.

This is the resource grid content block. Use it to showcase a group of resources. Best if used in groups of 3. These are for manually selected resources, not personalized.

This is the column card carousel block.

This is the image content block.

You can change the size of the image in many ways included formatting using preset formats or using custom image dimensions.
Preset formats include:

  • thumbnail
  • medium
  • large
  • full size
  • masthead/ testimonial
  • logo
  • video overlay
  • person avatar
  • icon
  • small square
  • medium-large

You can also link to an attachment page, customer url, or media file.

Tricentis-Accelerate
This is the caption. You can bold, italicize, or link the captions.

This is the Event Agenda content block. You can include an agenda pdf file as well.

Monday
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

San Francisco

Breakfast & Expo Hall

San Francisco

Breakfast & Expo Hall

Description Here

Tuesday
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

San Francisco

Keynote | Tomorrow’s Tester: The Evolution of Work

  • Adam Satterfield

San Francisco

Keynote | Tomorrow’s Tester: The Evolution of Work

Description here

Presented By:

  • Adam Satterfield
Adam Satterfield

Adam Satterfield

Director of Testing and Quality, Anthem

Adam Satterfield, Director of Testing and Quality at Anthem, has been in the software testing industry for nearly 20 years. He has a wide background in industries such as military, SaaS, telecom and healthcare. Adam enjoys leading and mentoring quality assurance teams as well as teaching testers how to find their inner testing star. He is currently responsible for creating quality standards and training teams on Risk Based Testing, ATDD and Session Based Testing within Anthem.

San Francisco

Breakfast & Expo Hall

  • Ash Coleman

San Francisco

Breakfast & Expo Hall

Description Here

Presented By:

  • Ash Coleman
Ash Coleman

Ash Coleman

Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Credit Karma

Ash focuses her efforts within technology on bringing awareness to inclusion of women and people of color, especially in the Context Driven Testing and Agile communities. Though technology and inclusion have her heart today, engineering was not her first love. A former chef, Ash crafted her software approach through the learnings of hospitality. After 16 years, she put recipes aside when she began her career in software development, falling back on her skills in engineering she acquired as a kid building computers with her brother. An avid fan of matching business needs with technological solutions, you can find her doing her best work on whichever coast is the sunniest. Having helped teams build out testing practices, formulate Agile processes and redefine culture, Ash, formally Engineering Manager in Quality, now serves as Head of Diversity & Inclusion for Credit Karma. She continues testing and consulting based out of San Francisco.

This is the event speakers content block. When using this block, please make sure the speaker headshots are all formatted the same (all square or all rectangle). We find rectangle looks best.

Abraam Samuel

Abraam Samuel Technical BI Solution Architect, Tricentis

Abraam Samuel

Abraam Samuel

Technical BI Solution Architect, Tricentis

Adam Satterfield

Adam Satterfield Director of Testing and Quality, Anthem

Adam Satterfield

Adam Satterfield

Director of Testing and Quality, Anthem

Adam Satterfield, Director of Testing and Quality at Anthem, has been in the software testing industry for nearly 20 years. He has a wide background in industries such as military, SaaS, telecom and healthcare. Adam enjoys leading and mentoring quality assurance teams as well as teaching testers how to find their inner testing star. He is currently responsible for creating quality standards and training teams on Risk Based Testing, ATDD and Session Based Testing within Anthem.

Al Sargent

Al Sargent Vice President Product Marketing, Applitools

Al Sargent

Al Sargent

Vice President Product Marketing, Applitools

I love software. Started coding at age 10. At 12, wrote my first game. At 13, got sent to the principal’s office for skipping class to code.

Decades later I feel fortunate to be working in the field I love, that’s shaped our modern world, and where I’ve had some level of impact.

Such as helping to create the world’s first software-testing cloud, Sauce Labs; drive the fastest-growing business unit at VMware; advance market-changing open source technologies such as Spring and Cloud Foundry; and build a category — Software Analytics — at New Relic.

I love the craft of product marketing: bridging the gap between engineering, marketing, and sales. Crafting compelling stories that are resonant yet grounded in reality. And building teams of like-minded professionals.

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Alain Traechslin Product Manager Tosca BI, Tricentis

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Alain Traechslin

Product Manager Tosca BI, Tricentis

Alain is Product Manager at Tricentis looking after Tosca BI. He has spent the last few years advocating test management & test automation practices amongst Tricentis’ customer base. His current focus is how to best test data warehouse and business intelligence systems.

 

Alexander Ertl

Alexander Ertl Product Manager for SAP, Tricentis

Alexander Ertl

Alexander Ertl

Product Manager for SAP, Tricentis

Alex is a Product Management at Tricentis, focused on setting strategy for the core products and delivering features for SAP testing. Alex is passionate about incorporating customer feedback, as he joined Tricentis as Consultant first . Alex has previous experience in consulting, implementing CI/CD for SAP projects and Solution Manager 7.2 for a global oil and gas company based in Houston, Texas.

This is the gallery content block. You can change the number of columns shown. You can also toggle to crop images so that thumbnails are cropped to align. You can link to an attachment page or media file.

This is the quote content block. You can choose between default formatting or large formatting.

Quote goes here. Shown in large formatting.

Citation goes here.

Quote goes here. Shown in default formatting.

Citation goes here.

This is the audio content block. You can upload an audio file to the media library or insert from URL.

This is the file content block.

This is the video content block.

This is the iFrame content block.

This is the classic content block. This is a formatting block so you will only see formatting options on the back-end while the front-end appears normal.

Copy goes here.

This is the Custom HTML content block.

This is where you write HTML

This is the Preformatted content block. You can bold, italicize, link, strikethrough, or add an inline image.

This is copy.

This is the Pullquote content block. You can have a left align, right align, wide width, or full width formatting. You can bold, italicize, link, strikethrough, or add an inline image. Below is shown

CellCell 1
CellCell 2
Cell

This is the button content block. If you do multiple buttons, use solid orange as the first and solid blue as the second.

This paragraph is on a background content block. Background colors include white, gray (used here), Tricentis blue, navy, orange, dark gray, and black.

Hot tip: if you are building a page, it’s good to alternate between light and dark background colors
ex. white, gray, navy, gray, white

This is the grid content block. You can select between content, person, or icon card types.

This is the content card type. Copy can go here or pretty much any other content block can be added here.

Tricentis-Accelerate-Ryan-Yackel
Heading in H6

This is the icon card type. Copy can go here.

Heading in H6

You can also add a CTA.