The Italian Software Testing Forum is a conference dedicated to software testing and software quality that takes place in Milan in the north of Italy. International experts from the industry and the academia will share experiences, knowledge and ideas about software testing and software quality. The first two days will be dedicated to tutorials and the last day to presentations in Italian.
The Nordic Testing Days is a three-day conference focused on software testing that target as an audience the professional software testers from the Northern European countries. The first day proposes tutorials and the two other days are full of short talks and workshops. The conference has all the important topics of testing and a wide cast of presenters.
This presentation shows how Appium, an open source test automation tool, is playing a significant role in bringing the extreme fast changes to the market in a real-time banking digital environment.
If videos are one of the modern tools for solitary software testing training, podcasts can also play an important role. Audio-only training is useful in a context where the eyes are already busy, when you commute in your car for instance.
Tricentis has acquired SpecFlow, the dominant Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) tool for .NET software developers. SpecFlow pragmatic approach to specification-by-example has helped software development teams improve collaboration with business stakeholders to build and deliver higher quality software with Agile testing.
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.
This presentation reviews recent developments in code analysis as well as the history of static analysis in commercial software and its evolution in the academic world. It provides an overview of the current commercial landscape, and conclude with best practices for organizations looking to bring static analysis into their software development environment and software testing practices.