test methodologies

Conference Presentations

Unleashing the Creative Mind of the Test Engineer
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Do we each have a natural capacity for creativity? Can creativity be learned or enhanced? How do we ignite inventiveness? To be competitive in today’s world, it’s important to creatively respond to unanticipated challenges, make new connections, and adapt and continually improve...

Audrey Marak, AmerisourceBergen Corporation
Designing a Robust Test Strategy for Mobile Apps
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Every day thousands of mobile apps are built, and many are released with poor quality. Dozens of new mobile devices become available every day. Immense pressure mounts on organizations to test mobile apps with shorter go-to-market cycles. Mobile app testing becomes overwhelming...

Parimala Hariprasad, Amadeus Software Labs India Pvt. Ltd
Mindmaps: Lightweight Documentation for Testing
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Quality starts with requirements. In small to mid-size companies, it is not uncommon for the communication chain to be broken. Florin Ursu shares ways to avoid miscommunication through a streamlined process in which requirements are communicated to both developers and testers...

Florin Ursu, DMEautomotive
STAREAST 2015: Risk-Based Testing for Agile Projects
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Many projects implicitly use some kind of risk-based approach for prioritizing testing activities. However, critical testing decisions should be based on a product risk assessment process using key business drivers as its foundation. For agile projects, this assessment should be both...

Erik van Veenendaal, Improve IT Services BV
Continuous Testing in the Cloud
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Are you looking to fulfill the promise of continuous delivery (CD), a process that accelerates the release of software through automation and the practice of continuous integration (CI)? Chris Broesamle can help with that. Explore how to create a full CD solution entirely in the cloud...

Chris Broesamle, Sauce Labs
Verify Complex Product Migrations with Automation
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In the world of agile, automation is king. When faced with testing multiple versions of software, either while migrating or supporting multiple versions in the field, many teams give up, convinced that automation cannot be achieved. Marquis Waller and Jeff Sikkink provide insights into how...

Marquis Waller, Ricoh, and Jeff Sikkink, Ricoh
Measuring Quality: Testing Metrics and Trends in Practice
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In today's fast-paced IT world, companies follow “best” testing trends and practices with the assumption that, by applying these methodologies, their product quality will improve. But that does not always happen. Why? Liana Gevorgyan questions and defines, in the language of metrics...

Liana Gevorgyan, Infostretch Corporation
Testing with a Rooted Mobile Device
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Traditional applications are tested through the GUI and through all exposed APIs. However, typical mobile app testing is only done through the front-end GUI. In addition, performance and security details are not readily available from the mobile device. Max Saperstone demonstrates some...

Max Saperstone, Coveros
Automating End-to-End Business Scenario Testing
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Allstate Insurance had a problem. While thoroughly testing each of their more than thirty business systems, they were still failing to provide good service to their clients, agents, and internal customers. The reason was simple. Implementing end-to-end business processes requires more than...

Sandra Alequin, Allstate Insurance and Monika Mehrotra, Infosys, Ltd.
Crafting Smaller User Stories: Examples and Exercises
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Agile development techniques generally emphasize frequent iterations. But even after adopting agile values, methods, and ceremonies, many organizations struggle to make such iterations work in practice. These organizations inevitably wrestle with agile rhythms until they learn to break up...

Stephen Frein, Comcast

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