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A lot of quality engineers are aware of the Test Pyramid. However, a lot of them only use API testing as the layer
above Unit Testing and below UI/End-to-End testing. Our speaker, Larry Ng the QA Director at realtor.com will discuss how to fit component, contract, and integration testing in the middle.
A couple of years ago, if someone would have mentioned that they test their code in production or live environment - Neha would have probably freaked out and would have given numerous reasons for why we should never be doing that! However, over time, she has come to the realization that testing in production is not that bad after all - especially if done right and with minimal business impact. In this presentation, we will talk about: Neha's own journey…Find out more »
Join us on April 30th, 2019 to learn the Do’s and Don’ts of Test Automation in the World of DevOps, Cloud and Agile from a panel of Testing experts.
This breakfast event will bring together local high-level IT professionals and provide attendees valuable insights on test automation in this new tech world.Find out more »
We're excited to have Kevin Butto, Automation Engineer at Plenty of Fish, speaking about "The Importance of Efficient Automation in the Agile World." Kevin is an ICAgile Certified Professional in Agile Test Automation and has a background in Computational Intelligence and Design (Cognitive Systems).Find out more »
We are excited to have Robert Reppel, the CTO at TwoTonic Labs, presenting to us on "Event-Driven Quality Assurance: How to test, prioritize backlogs and build better systems through business domain events." Robert Reppel wrote first commercial software applications more than 25 years ago. Since then, he has been involved in many more as developer, architect, entrepreneur, development manager and agile practitioner, for companies ranging from startups to large multinationals. His main interest is the evolution of software solutions over…Find out more »
Join us on October 9th, 2019 to explore Digital Transformation that organizations have already accomplished and The Art of the Possible. Digital Transformation requires leaders to re-envision existing models and embrace a different way of bringing together people, data, and processes to create value for their customers and drive business outcomes. Organizations that embrace technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and Advanced Analytics will be able to drive effective innovation that will transform their industries. Right now is the time to take advantage of…Find out more »
Come learn about Selenium Automation from seasoned professional, Alex Siminiuc. Alex has over 20 years of experience in testing, and has worked with companies such as Best Buy, Trader Corp., YVR, BCAA, and Boeing Canada. Alex will discuss logging and reporting in Selenium webdriver projects. Agenda: 5:30-6:00 pm - Registration & Refreshments 6:00-7:00 pm - Presentation and Q&A 7:00-7:30 pm - NetworkingFind out more »
Where do you start with security test cases? How do you ensure your dependencies aren’t adding to security risk? What threat models and attack vectors are common in a cloudy world? What are quick and free wins you can use to reduce risk and improve security? Come learn about how to get started, some quick wins and a few master level tricks for dev, DevOps and QA in the intersection of security and development. About the Speaker: Michael Argast is…Find out more »
The term ‘Refactoring’ is mainly used to indicate code cleanup and/or redesign. Refactoring of code is an age-old practice, and it has picked up momentum with teams increasingly following shorter and iterative development cycles. Project teams often have limited time to implement new functionality or to extend the existing functionality – and working with code that is clean, easy to understand and maintain certainly goes a long way in meeting the expected, often tight, deadlines. In this session, we will:…Find out more »