Program

9:30

Workshop 1: Gáspár Nagy – Write better BDD scenarios
Tutorial: Seretta Gamba – Driving Lessons for Test Automators
Workshop 2: Alexander Pushkarev – Effective test automation under extreme pressure: Feature test model
Workshop 3: Michael Bolton – Critical Thinking for Software Testers
Workshop 4: Konstantin Pletenev – Consumer-Driven Contracts approach. Workshop requirements: Laptop with IDE, Java8 SDK, GitHub account

8:05

Registration

9:00

Opening

9:20

Michael Bolton – TBC

10:20

Ingo Philipp – Rediscover Exploratory Testing

11:00

Coffee Break

11:20

Track 1 (): Jurijs Grigorjevs – From testing to quality engineering – the path to double value of testers.
Track 2 (CICD): Girts Baltaisbrencis – Shift Testing Left and Defects Down with CICD
Track 3 (Modern testing): Daria Lashkevich – Hear me sign: Sign language translator development and test

12:00

Track 1 (): Polina Gorsanova, Janis Presis – Delivering on time and quality with less resources. A true project story of optimization!
Track 2 (CICD): Gwen Stewart – QA in support of CD
Track 3 (Modern testing): Roy de Kleijn – Tap into the world of robotics

12:40

Track 1 (): Vitali Lashchanka – Moving to Fail-Fast approach in Frontend Development
Track 2 (CICD): Vjaceslavs Lukasevics – Mastering hordes of CI jobs using Jenkins pipeline DSL
Track 3 (Modern testing): Audrius Sabaliauskas – Mitigating dependencies pitfalls in app development

13:00

Lunch Break

14:00

Track 4 (TA): Seretta Gamba – Seven proven ways to ruin your Test Automation
Track 5 (Agile): Szilárd Széll – Testing in DevOps – how to assess teams and give guidance
Track 6 (): Martin Boesgaard – Derive good test data from production data without breaking privacy laws

14:40

Track 4 (TA): Alexander Pushkarev – Test automation, Unicorns and other things that do not exist
Track 5 (Agile): Alexey Shnyakin – Continuous micro services testing
Track 6 (): Igor Samokysh – Performance testing of web applications – so much more than running a script

15:20

Track 4 (TA): Andrejs Kalnacs – Flaky tests – not on my watch
Track 5 (Agile): Mehmet Şevket Özdemir – Difficulties and benefits to develop a new test automation tool
Track 6 (): Kristine Kronberga – Galen – a new way to test website layouts

16:00

Coffee Break

16:20

René van Veldhuijzen – Forget Shift Left and Shift Right. Let’s Shift Back!!

17:00

Rhian Lewis – Testing blockchain applications: challenge or opportunity?

17:40

Closing & Networking

Our Speakers

Gáspár Nagy

Write better BDD scenarios

Rhian Lewis

Testing blockchain applications: challenge or opportunity?

Ingo Philipp

Rediscover Exploratory Testing.

Seretta Gamba

Driving Lessons for Test Automators

Gwen Stewart

QA in support of CD.

Igor Samokysh

Performance testing of web applications – so much more than running a script

René van Veldhuijzen

Forget Shift Left and Shift Right. Let’s Shift Back!!

Alexey Shnyakin

Continuous micro services testing

Audrius Sabaliauskas

Mitigating dependencies pitfalls in app development

Konstantin Pletenev

Workshop: Critical Thinking for Software Testers

Kristine Kronberga

Galen – a new way to test website layouts

Martin Boesgaard

Derive good test data from production data without breaking privacy laws

Vitali Lashchanka

Moving to Fail-Fast approach in Frontend Development

Vjacheslav Lukashevich

Mastering hordes of CI jobs using Jenkins pipeline DSL

Janis Presis

Delivering on time and quality with less resources. A true project story of optimization!

Polina Gorsanova

Delivering on time and quality with less resources. A true project story of optimization!

Daria Lashkevich

Hear me sign: Sign language translator development and test

Mehmet Şevket Özdemir

Difficulties and benefits to develop a new test automation tool

Andrejs Kalnačs

Flaky tests – not on my watch

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