STP & STPCon: Changing Times, Moving Forward
Since 2009 STP has been a community of like-minded software testing professionals – communicating, collaborating, growing, and advancing as the industry has changed. We have seen good times but as of late, more difficult times have prevailed. In the Fall of 2019, we...
Applying Software Craftsmanship to the Evolving World of Automation
Software Craftsmanship is a practice of continuous development and helping others learn this craft. As the world is evolving towards the era of scripting language, Khyati will be sharing our experience of how we have grown as a team of all QA with programming language background to the niche typescript world contributor.
Lean QA: Monitoring, Experiments, Automation
Have you ever wondered if you want/need/able to test in production? Is it even possible without bringing harm to your users? Does it bring any value?
Re-Shaping the Test Pyramid
In this session, Jennifer Bonine and Rick Faulise will explore new shifts in testing paradigms. Demonstrate an AI-first testing method that integrates with your current manual and automation testing, and understand AI that aids your app teams. Re-think where you want to spend time and money in your testing team in a challenge that plagues most companies of too much to test and too little time.
Cynefin for XPers
In this talk, Liz introduces the Cynefin framework to help make sense of different types of situations and how to approach them: the obvious ones, the complicated ones which require expertise, the complex ones in which outcomes emerge, and the chaotic ones that we’re usually trying to avoid. Find out how these simple concepts can help us counter our innate human desire for predictability, enabling change and innovation; not just in software development, but in every aspect of our lives.
5 Secrets for Simplifying Your Automated Test Cases
Are you tired of spending endless hours maintaining your automated test cases? Do you dread looking at test automation reports because of the tedious tweaks you know you’ll need to make from the latest updates from dev? Has your team lost its faith in test automation?