The Test Leadership Congress is software testing event that takes place in New York, packed with presentations and workshops. This conference is targeted to everyone who leads and manages software testing or testers, whether your title does include “QA” /”Test” or not. The Test Leadership Congress provides years of practice, experience, innovation and thought leadership about software testing on stage.
Retail is one of the industries the most impacted with the digital transformation. A retailer reputation is at risk if the consumer has a bad experience either in a store or in front of an e-commerce website. Software quality assurance and software testing are important activities to prevent issues. This article discusses some main challenges of test automation in the retail industry.
The National Software Testing Conference is a conference taking place in London and focused on different areas of software testing. The speakers are active testing professionals that have and fought their way through literally dozens and dozens of like-minded professionals and come out on top. The conference program delivers up-to-date and cutting-edge content and pragmatic advice to software testing current issues.
The Pacific NorthWest Software Quality Conference (PNSQC) wants you to come and share your knowledge and experience on October 14-16 2019 in Portland, Oregon. We want to hear about your journey growing quality software: share your software testing techniques, automation awareness, preferred processes, souped up security measures, performance passions and more! You have until April 1 to submit a technical paper of what you would like to present in October at PNSQC.
Software Testing is hard. Realistic testing of web applications in a real browser is even harder. In this video, Gleb Bahmutov shows you how to quickly test any web application using cutting-edge tools. Then you will see how to build high-quality software from individual modules using appropriate tools and creating an environment where bugs can be discovered immediately and fixed quickly.
Your team has some test data. Let’s say you loaded in a backup form production a few months ago. Your QA specialists are familiar with the data, but your software developers hate it. They keep telling you, “It is not the right data,” or, “It is not very useful for testing.” You let them write and automate some tests, but it is not enough.