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Agile Exploratory Testing
Featuring Jean-Paul Varwijk
Testing in an agile team is challenging. As a tester you have less information, less time and even more team responsibility.
You can cope with this by learning to organize and approach your testing in an exploratory way that takes being agile in to account.exploratorytesting agile software-development trainer software-testing
Fast Feedback And Fun Using Ruby
Featuring Stephan Kämper
Ruby is ‘a Programmer’s best friend’. Let’s use Ruby to get feedback - including getting feedback automatically - when working on projects. Whether it’s about transforming source code into test results (a.k.a. running automated tests) or generating image files from raw data, Ruby can be used to...ltgworkshops ruby feedback
Behaviour Driven Web UI Automation with Selenium and SpecFlow
Featuring Gaspar Nagy
BDD is a method that focuses on defining the requirements based on the expected behavior; DDD is a method that uses a ubiquitous language all across the solution; UX helps design user interactions based on user behaviour… and Selenium WebDriver (or similar) is a tool that is mostly used to ignore....net windows c# automated-testing specflow
Testing web services - Part 2 - Observing, modelling and designing test suites for Web services
Featuring Mark Winteringham
Observing, modelling and designing test suites for Web services builds on participants basic knowledge of web services. The workshop shows participants how to use a proxy server to build a detailed model of an application and then use that model to design tests and improve test coverage.testing web-services
Dimensions of Testability
Featuring Maria Kedemo
A high degree of testability helps not only testers, but everyone involved in software development. When you make it easy to find important problems, you gain options to take action. Conversely, low testability can be very costly. The ability to identify testability issues early and understand...agile testability testing
Get into Coaching and Mentoring
Featuring Dan Ashby and Tony Bruce
As your career progresses you may find yourself needing to coach people or to mentor them or both. This maybe something that is put upon you. It maybe something you seek. Either way, for many of us, it's not something we're experienced in. This workshop is here to help.
Featuring Peter Houghton
The flashing red/green of flaky test automation can make you seem like your team is living a perpetual test for colour-blindness. Worse, it can make you actually blind to the flaws in your app.
This workshop is an investigation into the benefits of automated checks (A.K.A. test automation), and...test-automation automated-checks
Write more robust and extensible BDD tests faster with Serenity and the Journey/Screenplay Pattern
Featuring John Smart and Jan Molak
In this workshop, you will learn how to write clean, clear and maintainable tests using the Journey/Screenplay Pattern, an innovative new approach to writing BDD-style automated acceptance tests that are easier to understand, easier to extend and easier to maintain. You will also witness a...
From Example Mapping to Serenity
Featuring Arjan Blok and Kishen Simbhoedatpanday
Example Mapping can help software delivery teams with steering conversations towards common understanding of requirements and specifications without draining the group's energy. In this workshop we'll exercise Example Mapping sessions and use the outcome as input for Test Automation using...