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Mobile Testing is challenging.

There is a lot of talk about DevOps and the death of testing (again).

"I've just got where I am though luck!" "I'm going to be found out at any moment!" "I don't deserve the success I've achieved!" "I'm a giant fraud...

Claire Reckless,
United Kingdom

Choosing an automation framework can be hard.

Gwen Diagram,
United Kingdom

One of the most alarming things in our industry is that while we immerse ourselves into the world of containers, unikernels, Internet of Things,...

Every few months the same old question pops up: Should testers learn how to code? And I don't think they do.

Joep Schuurkes,
Netherlands

The models will learn what you teach them to learn.

When I first heard of automation (in the context of continuous delivery) I thought it is the holy grail of testing that will save me time and make...

In this talk I will share 10 common mobile app testing mistakes and how to avoid them.

Daniel Knott,
Germany

Did you know that more than 57 million Americans have one or more forms of disability and so does about 75 million users in EU?

Sharanya Viswanath,
United States

Size of the software industry doubles every five years, meaning that half of us have less than five years of experience.

Ivan Turbin,
Finland

Here Kyle provides a look at test automation in Python. Python is continuing to show strong growth in general language adoption and jobs markets...

Kyle McEvoy,
Scotland, UK

Picture this situation: You’re the lone tester in your team. You find out that the company has just hired another tester.

Heather Reid,
Ireland, UK

Size of the software industry doubles every five years, meaning that half of us have less than five years of experience.

Each of us has a project: your favorite, dear, to whom you wish to grow and prosper.

We all test in different ways and sometimes it can be hard to explain the thought processes behind how we test.

Rosie Hamilton,
United Kingdom

Imagine an application that suits you perfectly, but makes your phone literally a hot potato.

Uladzislau Ramanenka,
United Kingdom

Workshops

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Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Hugh McCamphill,
Ireland, UK

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Mark Winteringham,
United Kingdom

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Testing is a craft, but it is also and for many foremost a job.

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Simon Berner,
Switzerland

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Testing is a craft, but it is also and for many foremost a job.

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

John Smart,
United Kingdom

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Valdo Purde,
Estonia

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Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Gerald Mücke,
Switzerland

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Coaching, at its heart, is just a conversation. For most of us it doesn’t feel like “just a conversation” though… but what if it did?

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Coaching, at its heart, is just a conversation. For most of us it doesn’t feel like “just a conversation” though… but what if it did?

Tutorials

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Who wants to learn more about Performance Testing?

Eric Proegler,
United States

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...

Automated regression testing is everywhere, it’s popularity and uptake has rocketed in recent years and it’s showing little sign of slowing down...

Richard Bradshaw,
United Kindom

Automated regression testing is everywhere, it’s popularity and uptake has rocketed in recent years and it’s showing little sign of slowing down...

Mark Winteringham,
United Kingdom

During this tutorial I will show you how to create and customize an automation project (framework) from scratch, using Maven.

A question I often ask testers is 'can you draw me the architecture of the systems that you test?' The answer is often stares blankly. I believe...

Ash Winter,
United Kingdom

This one day tutorial is for both testers and developers wanting to perform Exploratory Testing as part of their approach to software testing.

As testing shifts left in an agile world, teams rely on the fast feedback of automated scenarios for continuous integration/deployment.

Angie Jones,
United States
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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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