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Konferenzprogramm 2022

Thema: Collaboration

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  • Dienstag
    03.05.
  • Mittwoch
    04.05.
, (Dienstag, 03.Mai 2022)
10:45 - 11:30
Di1.2
Remote Ensemble Testing - From Experiment to Common Practice
Remote Ensemble Testing - From Experiment to Common Practice

I believe in collaboration, in diversity, and in the whole team approach. However the fact that I believe in those values does not necessarily mean others believe them too. So, the question is 'How do I share my message successfully with the team?' After experiments, failures, and frustration I found my answer. It's ensemble testing in a cross-functional team. I want to share the story of our diverse ensemble testing team. How it changed our way of collaborating and testing and how it helped us to stay connected while working from home.

Target Audience: Everyone interested in collaboration or ensemble testing
Prerequisites: Curiosity
Level: Basic

Hi, I'm Andrea! A tester since 2011, what started unplanned by chance I now continue out of passion. Currently, I am a Software Quality Engineer in the maritime industry by day. And a reader, crafter, curious learner and RiskStorming Online advocate by night. You can find me on LinkedIn or Twitter.

Andrea Jensen
Andrea Jensen
Vortrag: Di1.2

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14:00 - 14:45
Di2.4
Software Developers in Test Automation A Dream or Reality in Agile Software Development?
Software Developers in Test Automation A Dream or Reality in Agile Software Development?

Gone are the days of throwing software builds over the proverbial wall to a team of testers that sit and click pages all day. The agile way of working has shown that maybe a small revolution has started to happen in the world of software developers. The rising of software developers writing e2e functional tests that check their front-end using real browsers. Challenges of having success in this way of doing test automation are real. Let's be sincere! Software Developers don't like to write tests much, but the right TA framework can help. In this talk I will describe what we did to make this dream come true.

Target Audience: Agile Teams, Developers, Testers
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge in Agile methods
Level: Basic

Extended Abstract:
Gone are the days of throwing software builds over the proverbial wall to a team of testers that sit and click pages all day. The agile way of working has shown that maybe a small revolution has started to happen in the world of software developers. The rising of software developers writing e2e functional tests that check their front-end using real browsers. Challenges of having success in this way of doing test automation are real. Let's be sincere! Software Developers don't like to write tests much, but the right TA framework can help. In this talk I will describe what we did to make this dream come true.

This is a real life story of how our product team made possible to succeed in delivering quality and speed in every sprint.

 

I have been working in IT for 15 years and I am a passionate software developer and solution architect. I work as a Web Technology Solutions Lead in the IT department at Raiffeisen Bank Albania in Tirana. In the last 2 years, I am also in the role of IT Delivery Lead for retail lending products. In this role I am promoting continuous testing philosophy inside product value teams as the most critical part to achieve speed and quality for the deliverables. I'm focused more and more to create a good developer experience in test automation and putting the word fun into doing it. In addition, I am an associate professor, who enjoys a lot learning to students the magic of web software development.

Blerina Nasto
Blerina Nasto
Vortrag: Di2.4

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, (Mittwoch, 04.Mai 2022)
09:45 - 11:45
Mi4.1
Limitiert Ensemble Exploratory Testing
Ensemble Exploratory Testing

Ever wondered how experienced testers provide feedback quickly, discover unknown unknowns, and find that issue yet again on the first touch of the application? Let's lift the curtain together and discover the magic behind exploratory testing - as an ensemble. Whether you identify yourself as a developer, product person, tester, or anything else, whether you consider yourself a newbie or rather experienced, you are welcome to join this ensemble. Let's practice and explore together!

Maximum number of participants: 25

Target Audience: Testers, developers, product owners, UX, business analysts - anyone on a product development team
Prerequisites: Participant required equipment: Laptop with permission to install applications
Level: Basic

Having graduated in sinology, Lisi fell into agile and testing in 2009 and has been infected with the agile bug ever since. She's especially passionate about the whole-team approach to testing and quality as well as the continuous learning mindset behind it. Building great products which deliver value together with great people is what motivates her and keeps her going. She received a lot from the community; now she's giving back by sharing her stories and experience. She tweets as @lisihocke and blogs at www.lisihocke.com. In her free time you can either find her in the gym running after a volleyball, having a good time with her friends or delving into games and stories of any kind.

Elisabeth Hocke
Elisabeth Hocke
Track: Workshop
Vortrag: Mi4.1

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