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

8:05

Registration

9:00

Opening

9:20

Michael Bolton – The Secret Life of Automation

10:20

Ingo Philipp – Rediscover Exploratory Testing

11:00

Coffee Break

11:20

Track 1 (General): 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 (General): 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 (General): 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 (General): 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 ShnyakinAleksandrs Kodolovs – Continuous micro services testing
Track 6 (Performance): 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 (TA): Kristine Kronberga – Galen – a new way to test website layouts

16:00

Coffee Break

16:20

Lilita Sparāne, LSTQB – What’s new in ISTQB certification process?

16:30

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

17:10

Rhian Lewis – Testing blockchain applications: challenge or opportunity?

17:50

Natalija Rokina, Jelena Smilga – Test Yourself

18:05

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

Szilárd Széll

Testing in DevOps – how to assess teams and give guidance

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

Natalja Rokina

Test Yourself

Jelena Smilga

Test Yourself

Aleksandrs Kodolovs

Continuous micro services testing

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