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TestCon Vilnius 2018

WORKSHOPS LIST

#1

Introduction
to
Test Automation

Steve Portch
TSG Consulting, UK

Often, automation projects start with someone downloading a tool and trying to make it work which definitely isn’t the right way to go about it. This course has been designed to provide the delegates with good..

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#2

Selenium
in
Depth

Arnon Axelrod
Sela Group, Israel

Selenium is a very simple and straight-forward technology to use. However, if you dig deeper into it, you’ll find some hidden gems that can be very handy in making your tests more robust and maintainable. In add….

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#3

Exploratory Testing and How to Implement it in Your Organization

Jeroen Rosink
Squerist, Netherlands

In a world of changes and agility the need for faster testing grows. The demand for adjusting your tests at the moment of deliverance is rising. Exploratory testing is an approach to deal with these demands. In th….

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#4

Test Automation
by
Example

Stefaan Luckermans
THASTE IT, Belgium

This presentation is in fact a training on how to do test automation from inception to the point where the automated tests can be executed.This presentation is in fact a training on how to do test automation from inceptio…

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#5

Improve Planning Estimates Through Cognitive Bias Reduction

Andrew Brown
SQS, UK

Have you ever wondered – How on earth did I miss that defect? In this session we learn how we notice or pay attention to an event or object. We use a series of videos and in-session experiments to demonstrate that ….

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#6

How to Implement Performance Test into Your SDLC with Jmeter

Canberk Akduygu
Loadium, Turkey

Technical testers are already doing automation testing by using Selenium and similar tools. They execute web services tests with tools like Postman. Why not they also contribute to performance tests…..

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#7

Test
@
Agile

Bogdan Bereza
Victo, Poland

The agile-like approach is far older than most 25-years old enthusiasts of lean startup and continuous integration realize: it was first defined in Tom Gilb’s Evolutionary Project Management (EVO) in 1970s, and re-appeared to some extent in every iterative methodolo….

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#8

Agile Development: Powerful Refinements with BDD

 

Geoffrey van der Tas
Ordina, The Netherlands

This training will focus on using BDD in your organisation to create high performance teams that deliver value at high quality fast. We will look at some different approached used in BDD. Approaches to have powerful r…

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#9

Selenium
Basics

 

Saar Rachamim
Gett, Israel

Web applications are becoming a part of each business in the marketplace, whether it is a restaurant that want to promote itself to all of the potential customers, or it is a revolutionary startup that one of the platforms of the product is developed over….

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#10

Web Application Performance from User Perspective

Jacek Okrojek
TestArmy Group, Poland

JavaScript and HTML5 gave designers and developers countless possibilities and freedom when it comes to creating websites. Unfortunately, the cost of a reach user interface is a browser performance….

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