As the power of AI and ML continue to grow every day, testing teams must ensure they are staying up to date with how these technologies impact the market, as well as their testing setup as a whole. At Perfecto, we are continually innovating to remain in step with developments in technology and new releases to ensure a seamless testing experience for our customers that stays ahead of market trends.

Watch Stephen Feloney and Rod Cope of Perfecto for a conversational-style panel discussion on the future of testing with AI and ML. This is your chance to gain insights into the market, hear about changes within testing, and learn how Perfecto brings new innovations to our customers.

 Ensure your testing is future-proof.

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Stephen Feloney

Vice President of Products, Perforce

Stephen Feloney is the Vice President of Products at Perforce. Prior to this role, for the last 11 years, Stephen has been in Product Management, focused on enterprise software, at various companies spanning from the very large, like HP, to startups. Before product management, Stephen spent 12+ years a software engineer. Stephen holds a BS in Computer Engineering from Santa Clara University.

Rod Cope

Rod Cope

Chief Technology Officer, Perforce

Rod Cope is the CTO of Perforce Software. He provides technical vision and architectural leadership for the company’s globally distributed development teams. Based on his analysis of market events and trends, he also influences product direction and messaging. Rod came to Perforce from Rogue Wave Software, where he was CTO.  He was also the Founder and CTO of OpenLogic, a profitable venture-backed company in the open source space, and joined Rogue Wave as CTO following the acquisition. Previously in his 25+ year software career, he worked at IBM, IBM Global Services, General Electric, and for the CTO of Anthem. Rod has also led key technical teams working on mission-critical applications at Ericsson and Integral. For the last 25 years, Rod has spoken on various technical and business topics at dozens of conferences around the world, including JavaOne, OSCON, Embedded World, ApacheCon, Strata/Big Data, LinuxCon, and API World. Rod holds both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Software Engineering from the University of Louisville. He lives with his wife and dogs in Colorado where they all enjoy hiking and dog sports.