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Workshops October 2 at 9:30

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Our Speakers

Alon Linetzki

Founder and CEO of QualityWize™

The Road to Hell and Back – Patterns in Test Automation Project Failure & Recovery

Vjacheslav Lukashevich

QA Team Lead in Evolution Gaming

What I did Last Summer to Cure our Testing?

Martins Gulbis

Member of Continuous Integration team in Tieto Latvia Retail Payments & Cards division

Tieto Cards Continuous Integration experience

Daria Lashkevich

QA Team Lead at Accenture Latvia

How We Can Test a Robot – Home Helper

Michał Buczko

Test Consultant in Objectivity

Automated Security Scanning in Payment Card Industry

Henrik Stene

Manager and consultant with the Nordic consultancy firm Knowit

Deploy Microservices Confidently Using Consumer Driven Contracts

Matthias Rasking

Principal Director within Accenture’s Intelligent Engineering Services practice

Into the NEW: Transforming Testing to Quality Engineering

Edgars Seilis

QA engineer and Team lead at TestDevLab

Agile Testing in Mobile App development

Serge Tchouaffe

System Validation Manager, Driving Assistance

Validation of ADAS: Fractal Statistic and Test Exit Criteria

Deniss Ločmelis

Senior Quality Engineer at TestDevLab

Functional and Performance API Smoke Test Automation in 5 Minutes

Roy De Kleijn

Technical Test Consultant, Testsmith

Workshop 2 - Improving Selenium Webdriver Tests

Preliminary Program

9:30

Workshop 1 – 9:30 – 17:00 Practical Risk Based Testing – Alon Linetzki
Workshop 2 – 9:30 – 17:00 Improving Selenium Webdriver Tests – Roy de Kleijn
Workshop 3 – 9:30 – 13:00 Finding Bugs Before Implementation – Bartosz Szulc

8:15

Registration

9:00

Opening, Hackathon Rules

9:20

Into the NEW: Transforming Testing to Quality Engineering – Matthias Rasking

10:00

The Road to Hell and Back – Patterns in Test Automation Project Failure & Recovery – Alon Linetzki

10:40

Coffee Break

11:10

Track 1 (Experience): How-To Guide: Statistics Based on the Test Data – Jevgeni Demidov
Track 2 (White-box): Risk Based Code Coverage Analysis – Bartosz Szulc
Track 3 (Tools and Experiences): What I did Last Summer to Cure our Testing? – Vjacheslav Lukashevich

11:50

Track 1 (Experience): Manual and Automated Accessibility Testing Implementation – Rakesh Kumar
Track 2 (White-box): Validation of ADAS: Fractal Statistic and Test Exit Criteria – Serge Tchouaffe
Track 3 (Tools and Experiences): Tricentis Tosca – is Not just a Testing Tool – Deniss Afonicev

12:30

Lunch Break

13:30

Track 4 (Continuous Integration): Tieto Cards Continuous Integration experience – Martins Gulbis
Track 5 (Ideas and Specialization): AntiPrinciples in Test Automation. Let’s Talk About the Bigger Brother of Antipatterns – Maciej Wyrodek
Track 6 (API & Tests): Deploy Microservices Confidently Using Consumer Driven Contracts – Henrik Stene

14:10

Track 4 (Continuous Integration): Agile Testing in Mobile App development – Edgars Selis
Track 5 (Ideas and Specialization): Automated Security Scanning in Payment Card Industry – Michał Buczko
Track 6 (API & Tests): REST API Tests in Kotlin: A New Hope – Sergei Prodanov

14:50

Track 4 (Continuous Integration): Put Your TestOps Shoes on! Improving Quality by Process Automation – Dawid Pacia
Track 5 (Ideas and Specialization): How We Can Test a Robot – Home Helper – Daria Lashkevich
Track 6 (API & Tests): Functional and Performance API Smoke Test Automation in 5 Minutes – Deniss Locmelis

15:10

Coffee Break

15:40

The Quest for the Ultimate Autotest Coverage – Alexander Pushkarev

16:20

ISTQB Syllabi Updates – Klaus Olsen

17:00

Hackathon Presentations

17:40

Closing & Networking

We inform you that the official language of TAPOST 2018 is English.

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