BING WU – TL Manager, Software QA, TransLink
A JOURNEY TO ADOPT TEST AUTOMATION AND AGILE PROCESSES IN QA
The journey toward test automation and digital transformation in an enterprise involves preparing for the change, overcoming expected difficulties, and establishing a foundation and mindset that is conducive to these changes. Once this foundation is in place, businesses can leverage them to achieve greater speed and success in the development process.
- From manual to automated test
- From destructive to building and built-in
- From digitalization to digital transformation
- From waterfall to agile and then DevOps
DENISHA SURJOODEEN – QA Automation Lead and Manager, JobGet
REVOLUTIONIZING TEST AUTOMATION WITH AI AND MACHINE LEARNING
As the world of technology progresses rapidly, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in test automation is paving the way for revolutionary advancements. This talk aims to explore the potential of AI and ML in test automation, address the challenges faced, and discuss concerns regarding job security in this field.
MARTIN IVISON – Software Test Manager, Global Relay
TESTING CLOSER TO THE CODE
Agile, DevOps, CI/CD—all of these require that we shorten our feedback loops and test closer to the code. But how do we do this? In this talk, we will discuss the concepts of narrow integration testing with mocks, contract testing, micro-benchmarking for performance, and, importantly, how testers need to break the unit testing barrier.
ALONA TUPCHEI – QA Lead, Netcoins
ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS AS A DEFECT PREVENTION MECHANISM
We will talk about what is RCA, why we need it and how will it help to prevent issues from occurring. There will be a combination of techniques used as a case study on how our team could reduce bugs by 40%. Working solution can be used with small tweaks in any other team after this presentation