The Swiss Testing Day is a software testing conference that takes place in Zurich, Switzerland with sessions both in English and German. It focuses on practical approaches to software testing with many speakers coming from the industry.
Users care as much about how your service performs as they do what job it helps them accomplish. This is why performance is imperative and performance testing a must. So why do we still see so many 503 errors and slow apps? The answer is empathy, a lack thereof. Performance is the most tangible element of “non-functional” quality criteria we regularly ignore until it’s too late.
Calliope.pro imports JSON and XML test results from Cucumber, jUnit and other major software test automation tools and makes the data easily accessible in a central, shareable dashboard.
Approval Testing is an approach to software testing that focuses on capturing and storing the behavior of your application, presenting the changes in behavior and allowing the software development team to react to them.
A little bit more than one year after its acquisition by CA Technologies for $614 Million, Veracode, a vendor of application security testing solutions, is acquired again by another company following the acquisition of CA Technologies by Broadcom.
The UKSTAR Software Testing Conference is a software testing event taking place in London and aimed at software testing professionals. This conference wants to offers an experience of introspection and forward-thinking for software testing professionals to renew their determination and passion to advance the software testing role.
The Selenium Camp conference of Kiev, Ukraine is an event focused on automated testing, more specifically web testing with the Selenium and WebDriver open source testing tools. The conference provides participants the opportunity to gain new practical software testing skills with Selenium in different programming languages (Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Python etc.), both for desktop, web-based and mobile. Talks will be in Russian and in English.