Keynote 1: “Skeptical self-defense for the serious tester” – Laurent Bossavit
“Experiences of test automation at Spotify” – Kristan Karl
"Questioning acceptance tests" - Adrian Rapan
Keynote 2: "Testing Machines As Social Prostheses" - Robert Evans
Keynote 3: "Creating Dissonance: Overcoming Organizational Bias Toward Software Testing" - Keith Clain
- We should become field experts, read up!
- We should strive to win over everyone, not only company leaders. If we only convince the CEO and he/she is replaced, no change will stand.
- Don't settle for mediocrity
- We will fail. And fail again. Persistence is key!
"Specification By Example Using GUI Tests - How Could That Work?" - Geoff & Emily Bache
With Cloud Computing, Who Needs Performance Testing - Albert Witteveen
Automation: Time to Change Our Models - Iain McCowatt
Cross Team Testing – Managing Bias - Johan Åtting
Agile Quality for the Risk-Averse - David Evans & Tim Wright
Moving To Weekly Releases - Rob Lambert
- Make features togglable, so that features can be turned off if they don't work.
- Put testing in the center of your process, not testers
- Delivering often makes it less dramatic and gives more frequent rewards
- Use a pre-release where selected users (in their case, their own company) can play around with the upcoming release before other users.