Karstens, 123 Queen Street, Melbourne
Thursday, 30 March 2017, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
5:40pm Post Testing by Will Erskine
6:15pm Networking & Refreshments
6:45pm Waterfall to BDD by Michael Pollino
The event is free of charge and open to all software testing professionals and anybody with an interest in the profession, but registrations are essential. To reserve your place, please register online here
by Will Erskine
Imagine a world where testing is no longer necessary. Not because products are perfect, but because the level of addiction is so great that defects go unchallenged, unquestioned or unnoticed by the users. Imagine a world where Artificial Intelligence can create Automated Tests without human involvement. 2016 was the year of “Post Truth Politics”, will 2017 be the year of “Post Test Software”? The answer is almost certainly not, but that year may come, and it may not be as far away as we’d like to think.
Will Erskine is a Freelance Technologist, Performance Consultant and Fledgling Futurologist, having spent the past 15 years in the wonderful worlds of corporations and consultancies across Europe, Asia and Australia. He is currently enjoying a more personal journey understanding how to apply the lessons of a career in IT to the world of the future.
Waterfall to BDD
by Michael Pollino
Is your software testing behind the curve? Even if your software development process is Agile, is your testing methodology truly Agile? Time to break the shackles and bring your software testing into the new age. Transition the way you test to Behaviour Driven Development using Automation; here's a practical guide on how.
Having worked in software testing for over a decade Michael understands the pitfalls of not optimising software testing to suit your business. Michael is passionate about using a flexible and consultative approach to implementing best practice automation that you too can use to shorten release cycles, increase quality and save money!
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