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We all know that a modern tester should have both analytical skills and basic knowledge of programming as well as soft skills.

Does Behaviour Driven Development work? Unfortunately, it usually does not.

Testing is often perceived by product developers as a non-creative activity.

There is a massive assumption in software development that accessibility = disability.

Adrian Stokes,
United Kingdom

“Test the legacy code as well” has been a mantra for many years now. But how do you actually do that?

In an uncertain world, your team wants answers. Project managers want to know when you can ship. Project owners want testing to be done.

Elizabeth Zagroba,
USA/Netherlands

A best practice of software architecture is to design your applications into independent modules or components, with a published contract for...

I noticed, that most of companies have no UX designers and products are just created by developers without any clear idea of how it should look...

In the world of DevOps and Continuous Delivery how can we, as Software Testers, adapt to continue to add value within our teams?

Ali Hill,
Scotland

It does not matter, if you work in a waterfall or agile working environment, at one point the focus of continuous improvement (you do improvements...

Maik Nogens,
Germany

How do you handle your work if you are employed at a fast-growing company where every sprint holds a ton of new features?

Tõnu Jaarma,
Estonia

There are only so many changes that designers can make to breathe new life into a product.

Helen Kokk,
Estonia

Plenty of things have been written about the roles of testers and QA in the ever changing world of developers, devops, SRE et al.

The age of virtual reality is upon us.

Does this sound familiar?

From the position title "Mobile QA" you may think that you only have to deal with testing of the applications themselves.

Testing is a complex activity, involving many decision points and multiple possible approaches to the same end goal, that of ensuring the most...

When people think of computer games, most imagine an evening at home sitting on a couch holding a controller making polygons fight or shoot on...

Security isn’t very fun for development teams to think about. It’s complex and something that isn’t brought to mind when considering requirements...

Gwen Diagram,
United Kingdom

Most of the time we spend on testing is making sure that the software product is working as specified in the requirement documentation.

Bugs are great learning opportunities. So how do we make sure we learn as much as possible from the bugs we find and fix?

How do teams share their understanding on the common goals? It is either audio or visual.

The European Commission estimates that including all who have a “long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairment,” one in six...

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Some test professionals are of the opinion that “only testers can test” - I am not; I say that testers are specialists who can share their skills...

Nicola Sedgwick,
United Kingdom

In my 10+ years in QA, I have built my career on unconventional testing.

 


Prerequisites for attending the workshop: Attendees will need to bring their laptops with the following setup: 

Marko Trummi,
Estonia

When writing Selenium tests, you need to identify the page elements by using some kind of selectors.

Our front end is written in JavaScript & React, which is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

Blanché Carstens,
South Africa

Receiving feedback can be tough. It can be hard to remember that it is meant to help improve work going forward, not to point out current flaws....

Our front end is written in JavaScript & React, which is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

Calvin Moore,
South Africa

Nowadays we build applications via the microservice principles to make our applications easier to maintain, deploy, test and change.

Nowadays we build applications via the microservice principles to make our applications easier to maintain, deploy, test and change.

Mark Abrahams,
Netherlands

Prerequisites for attending the workshop:


The attendees have to bring their laptop with Docker, Java and Apache Maven installed.

 


Prerequisites for attending the workshop: Attendees will need to bring their laptops with the following setup: 

Marko Konsa,
Estonia

Prerequisites for attending the workshop: You will need to bring your laptop.

Prerequisites for attending the workshop:


The attendees have to bring their laptop with Docker, Java and Apache Maven installed.

Matias Caruso,
Argentina

When will it be done?

Prerequisite for attending the workshop: You will need a computer with the pre-done setup -

Prerequisites for attending the workshop:

Prerequisite for attending the workshop: Attendees will need to bring their laptop.

Tutorials

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APIs lend themselves extremely well to test automation. There's a simple reason for this: APIs are designed to be consumed by computers, not by...

Joep Schuurkes,
Netherlands

Regardless of whether or not you have any "direct reports" in your organisation you may well find yourself responsible for mentoring other...

Nicola Sedgwick,
United Kingdom

This tutorial is aimed at getting you started with Selenium testing and goes through all the concepts from scratch, to get you from ‘no Selenium...

Selenoid is an alternative lightning fast open-source Selenium protocol implementation running browsers and Android emulators inside Docker...

Regardless of whether or not you have any "direct reports" in your organisation you may well find yourself responsible for mentoring other...

Shey Crompton,
United Kingdom

As of September 2017, the Google Play store holds 3.3 million applications.  In May 2017 Google announced that there are over 2 billion monthly...

Testing Puzzles are games that highlight a particular aspect of software testing - skills, biases, context awareness, etc.

Kristjan Uba,
Estonia

Reliability, handling failure gracefully and recovering quickly are becoming increasingly important as the software development world adopts...

Ash Winter,
United Kingdom

APIs lend themselves extremely well to test automation. There's a simple reason for this: APIs are designed to be consumed by computers, not by...

Elizabeth Zagroba,
USA/Netherlands
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Call for papers is closed

As of October 31 the call for papers is closed. The content team would like to thank everyone who took the time and made the effort and submitted their proposals. It's you who really make up the conference.

Call for papers to Nordic Testing Days 2015 is open now!

We know this is the day you have been waiting for ever since Nordic Testing Days ended in June or since you read about how awesome Nordic Testing Days was this year. Despair no more!

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We know this is what you’ve been waiting for and now the day has arrived. 

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Mission-critical, safety-critical, high risk, zero failure tolerance, reliability, redundancy and all the other fancy words are filling the presentations of all the theorists talking about testing and bringing examples from aerospace industry.

Now it’s time to put away the dusty chalkboards and get down to business.  As a keynote we have a guy (Mart Noorma) who has shot the first Estonian satellite to orbit. 

A Keynote by Rob? Why Not Make It Two!

Radio silence on the news front is deceptive, mind you. Behind the scenes there is stuff happening and now it's time to start lifting the covers...

Nordic Testing Days 2015 will host not just one Rob doing a keynote but two of them. We are happy to announce that Rob Sabourin will be sharing his insights about value sync, and Rob Lambert will address why remaining relevant is important.

Call for papers is closed

As of October 31 the call for papers is closed. The content team would like to thank everyone who took the time and made the effort and submitted their proposals. It's you who really make up the conference. The content team just has to put together the right mixture, add a bit of magic, whisk together the workshops and talks in a way that would make it difficult to choose the track to attend. We've browsed through some of the proposals and we are mighty excited! It was also a record year in terms of the number of proposals, so the content team will have their hands full.

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