• Event Date
  • October 11-12, 2017    
  • Venue: The National Library of Latvia

Our Speakers

Alon Linetzki

Founder and CEO of QualityWize

Keynote – IoT Testing Challenges

Zbigniew Moćkun

Head of QA practice

Shift left as first transformation step into Quality Assurance

Emilio Soresi

Test Manager at OpusCapita Finland

Think global, speak local: localization testing and internationalization

Roy De Kleijn

Independent Test Consultant

How to improve your Selenium WebDriver tests

Guntis Meinerts

Senior Testing Engineer at Tieto Latvia

Contactless, cloud based payment solution testing

Dusanka Lecic

Test Developer

Performance testing – which tool I need to use

Zigmars Gailans

Test Manager at DNB bank

Testing Software Quality Characteristics (workshop)

Konstantin Pletenev

Leading test engineer at Accenture Latvia

Testing in Big data world

Andrejs Kalnacs

Lead Software Developer in Test at Evolution Gaming

Loading time testing and results visualisation of web games

Kristaps Felzenbergs

Senior Quality Assurance engineer at TestDevLab

Security vulnerabilities in mobile applications

Leonids Nahodkins

Leading test engineer at Accenture Latvia

Web site Performance Assessment

Emīls Lībeks

Testing Engineer at Tieto

Future of manual testing

Jurijs Grigorjevs

‎Testing Capability lead at Accenture Latvia

Ready to assess your test maturity?

Joel Oliveira

Software Testing & Quality Assurance Trainer

Mobile testing (field testing experience)

Dmitry Buzdin

Free-lance consultant and trainer

How to build your own test automation framework?

Karlis Broders

Project manager, Senior consultant

Traceability and Scalability of Complex System Testing

Muzammil Naik

Performance test engineer at Accenture Latvia

Web site Performance Assessment

Program Schedule

9:00

Registration

9:30

Opening

9:35

Workshop 1 – Alon Linetzki “Optimizing test design using tools” (hands on)
Workshop 2 – Joel Oliveira “Techniques for Software Testing Optimization”
Workshop 3 – Dmitry Buzdin “Getting the most out of your test automation with JUnit 5 and Allure 2”

11:00

Coffee break

11:20

Part 2

13:00

Lunch break

14:00

Part 3

15:20

Coffee break

15:40

Part 4

17:00

End Day 1

8:30

Registration

9:25

Opening

9:30

Keynote – “IoT Testing Challenges” – Alon Linetzki (IL)

10:30

Shift left as first transformation step into Quality Assurance” – Zbigniew Mockun (PL)

11:10

Coffee break

11:40

Track 1 (workshop): Testing Software Quality CharacteristicsZigmars Gailans (LV)
Track 2 (test automation): “How to improve your Selenium WebDriver tests” – Roy de Kleijn (NL)

12:20

Track 1 (workshop): Testing Software Quality CharacteristicsZigmars Gailans (LV)
Track 2 (test automation): “How to build your own test automation framework?” – Dmitry Buzdin (LV)

13:00

Lunch break

14:00

Track 3 (specific domain): “Testing in Big data world” – Konstantin Pletenev (RU)
Track 4 (general): “Ready to assess your test maturity?” – Jurijs Grigorjevs (LV)
Track 5 (performance): “Loading time testing and results visualisation of web games” – Andrejs Kalnacs (LV)

14:40

Track 3 (specific domain): “Security vulnerabilities in mobile applications” – Kristaps Felzenbergs (LV)
Track 4 (general): “Traceability and Scalability of Complex System Testing” – Karlis Broders (LV)
Track 5 (performance): “Web site Performance Assessment” – Leonids Nahodkins (LV) and Muzammil Naik (IN)

15:20

Track 3 (specific domain): “Think global, speak local: localization testing and internationalization” – Emilio Soresi (FI)
Track 4 (general): “Future of manual testing” – Emils Libeks (LV)
Track 5 (performance): “Performance testing – which tool I need to use” – Dusanka Lecic (RS)

15:50

Coffee break

16:20

“Mobile testing (field testing experience)” – Joel Oliveira (PT)

17:00

Contactless, cloud based payment solution testing” – Guntis Meinerts (LV)

17:40

Closing

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