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STARWEST 2021 - Agile Team Member

Tuesday, October 5

TL

Holistic Performance Testing for Modern Applications

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 - 1:00pm to 4:30pm

With the advent of frameworks like Angular, React, and Vue, the landscape of application performance has changed significantly in terms of testing and measurement. Gone are the days of measuring response time as a single value based on back-end performance. In modern web and mobile applications, additional layers need to be peeled apart at the front end to truly understand its performance characteristics. Traditional approaches to performance testing are no longer sufficient to provide a delightfully responsive user experience. Join Kaushal Dalvi as he details new developments in the...

Wednesday, October 6

Lee Barnes
Utopia Solutions
W16

Performance Testing in DevOps

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 - 2:45pm to 3:45pm

Performance testing isn’t the first thing organizations think about when moving to DevOps – in fact, it’s often ignored as traditional approaches don’t jive well with the fast and nimble world of DevOps. However, performance is still a critical part of the user experience, and poor performance and outages will quickly negate the value of the features you’re delivering. Lee believes that organizations don’t have to gamble with application performance. He will discuss techniques for implementing continuous performance testing in your pipeline, so you don’t have to roll the dice on your user...

VI3

Does Low Code Mean Low Testing?

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 - 2:45pm to 3:45pm

Low Code and No Code are new on the block. There are very much low code and no code platforms and the number of organization that use low code or no code is growing. And does low code or no code mean we don't have to test or have to test less on these systems? We will go deep into this question in this talk and explore the risks of low code and no code systems. This presentation will start with a short introduction in low code. We will explain what they are, how they work and will tell that the vendors promise us and that reality is. In the second part we will dive deep into the question...

Thursday, October 7

meena-negi
Sony Interactive Entertainment
T12

The Story of My Exploratory Testing in an Agile Team

Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 11:15am to 12:15pm

World-class software testing professionals are either Sherlock Holmes or Miss Marple trying to catch the bugs even before the crime has happened. These detectives never followed the same layout or steps but explored various techniques and focused on continuous improvement to solve the most challenging crimes. Exploratory testing in an agile team is a similar practice. Exploratory testing (ET) shares some common characteristics with agile methodology. The aim of agile is adaptive planning, early development, test faster and easier. A frequent change in the development means-testing methods...

Jenna Charlton
Coveros
T15

From Fear to Risk: Redefine What Drives Your Enterprise Testing Strategy

Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

Many quality engineering leaders say they do risk-based testing, but walking the walk is showing to be more challenging than enterprises realize. Often, quality engineering teams practicing risk-based testing end up testing “everything” because they continue to test from a place of fear as opposed to calculated risk. Others never reassess or renegotiate risk as their application matures. Additionally, sometimes quality engineering teams lack accurate testing data in order to make well-informed decisions.

Enterprise quality engineering leaders must apply a truth-telling question: What...

VI7

DevOps: Test Alone

Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

As in the movie HomeAlone, it seems that Dev and Ops have gone on a journey and forgot to take testing/QA with them. We hear big companies tell stories that they have no more testers, all testing is done in production, everything is fully automated by dev, etc. The actual truth lies somewhere in between these statements!

For most DevOps implementations, QA is actually crucial in order to succeed. DevOps however has a dramatic impact on the way we do QA! In this session, I will give you some concrete examples and tips on how we as QA...