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MELISSA MONTANEZ - Senior QA Engineer & SDET Leader, Talentpair

MOBILE TESTING TIPS, TRICKS, AND GOTCHAS ft. ROBOTFRAMEWORK, PYTHON, AND SAUCELABS

In this presentation I will present some tips, tricks and gotchas for mobile testing using Appium which I have learned through experience. There are many differences and things to be aware of when developing tests on Android vs. iOS, locally vs. on a remote platform such as SauceLabs, and on simulators vs. real devices. In addition I will talk about some of the limitations of mobile testing, and will show some custom code that can be used to circumvent some of these issues.

VINAYAK SEN - Product Management Consultant & Coach, Slalom Consulting

PRODUCT MINDSET AND HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS

As we realize that product improvement is a relentless process, our conventional Project-based structure falls apart making way for a Product-based model, which is a collaborative, iterative, test-n-learn approach towards driving innovation.

High Performing Teams or High-Performance Teams (HPTs) that emerge out of this Product Model are a squad of highly-skilled, cross-functional, self-directed individuals with a shared vision and empowered by Servant Leaders focused on achieving the common business outcomes.

When the Product Mindset, Servant Leadership, and HPTs form a "syzygy" (perfect alignment), the results are celestial!

DAVID MOISE - Product Management Consultant & CEO, Decide Consulting

HOW TO WIN THE BATTLE FOR QA TALENT

Finding QA and Technical Talent in 2022 is different. There is much more going on than ‘more people want remote’. We look at headlines and trends so you can attract and keep the best technical talent in your organization. For individuals looking to broaden their QA career opportunities, you will walk away with a clearer understanding of the tech talent market.

STACY WYATT - Director of QA, Beyond Finance

AUTOMATION AND AGILE CAN CO-EXIST

Agile teams move very quickly and sometimes automated tests rot because the team doesn't have time to update them. Working closely with a team, outlining expectations, and planning the sprint to include automation in its definition of done can help QA avoid this problem.

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