What are Next Practices of Test Automation?
Again, I’m here blogging about the Test Automation Day 2016, get more information at http://www.testautomationday.com/.
|During the 6th edition of Test Automation Day we focus on sharing insights and experiences with a theme of “Next Practices”. All aspects of testing need to continuously improve in quality, speed and efficiency, and this includes test automation. Despite new technologies, strategies and tools, Test Automation is too often not delivering the expected results. Why? Test Automation is about dealing with continuous change while at the same time keeping the balance between the professional, the tool and the process. But how is this best achieved? Find out on June 23rd during the International Platform for IT Management and IT professionals!
MEET COLLEAGUES FROM VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS
Already 100 Test Professionals, Team leaders IT & Managers QA from 14 different countries are registered!
Register with € 50,- discount
Find the conditions at the registration form and visit this unique conference for only € 295,- excl. VAT.
BREAK OUT SESSIONS
Be inspired by experiences from Benedikt Hauptman – Qualicen, Mirjana Kolarov – Levi9 IT Services, Adam Carmi – Applitools, Linda Hayes – Worksoft, Marielle Winarto -Test Tool Factory, Lucas Sikking – Squerist, Ard Kramer & Eric de Graaf – Delta Lloyd, Tobias Sorg & Jens Salac – Airbus DS Electronics, Pieter Withaar – Improve Quality Services, Richard Bradshaw – Friendly Testing, Dharmesh Vaya -Test Solutions Architect, Marco Hokke – LoadGen, Martin Gijsen – DeAnalist.nl, Chris Hauwert & Bas Dam – Performance Architecten, Jon Hare- Winton – Guardian News & Media, Dorothy Graham, David Baak & Jeroen Mengerink – Polteq Test Services and more.
Chair, Linda Hayes will give a Masterclass about Agile Functional Test Automation. Attendees will learn how to:
- Improve code development practices through automation
- Define executable requirements
- Write self-documenting automated tests before code is developed
- Implement a test tool and platform agnostic automation architecture
- Automate test case maintenance for rapid response to changes
TEST AUTOMATION DAY FOCUS ON TOPICS AS
- New technical challenges to automation
- Including testing probabilistic systems
- Embedded systems – Automatically testing the automation
- Big data and automation in agile iterations
- Load testing – Automated visual testing
- Using Selenium
- Model-Based Testing
- Looking to the future
- Assessing how healthy your automation is
- People issues
KEYNOTE SPREKERS O.A.
||Chair of the 2016 edition:
Linda Hayes, Worksoft
||What really happens when you deliver software quickly?
Sally Goble, Head of Quality, The Guardian
||Model-based testing of probabilistic programs
Marielle Stoelinga, Associate Professor, University of Twente
||Test Automation Health
Mark Fewster, Director, Grove Software Testing Ltd.
||Can We Deal with Uncertainty and Faults in a Systematic Way?
Alexandre Petrenko, Lead researcher, Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM).
Sponsored by Squerist
Test Automation Day | Thursday, June 23rd 2016 | World Trade Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands