Test Automation Day, Utrecht, Netherlands, June 17-18 2020

February 28, 2020 0

Test Automation Day is a multi-tracks software testing conference organized for software testers and IT professionals in the Netherlands. It features talks and workshops by international speakers focused on Test Automation. The Test Automation Day Netherlands offers the opportunity to interact with world class speakers about innovative automated testing methods, technologies, strategies and tools.

An Evolutionary Approach to DevOps

February 24, 2020 0

Learn in this presentation how a Chicago finance company avoided a radical shift and took a more evolutionary approach to its DevOps transformation. Kevin Harriss shares the lessons that this organization learned along the way to hopefully ease your own DevOps transformation.

Cross-Browser Testing Tools

February 18, 2020 3

They seem far away the days when software developers could target exactly each pixel on a Windows screen. Today, web applications run on various browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, etc.) on different mobile or desktop devices with specific screen settings. This is why you need to perform cross-browser testing. This article lists the main cross-browser testing tools available today.

expoQA, Madrid, Spain, June 15-17 2020

February 13, 2020 0

expoQA is a three-day conference focused on software testing and quality assurance that will take place in Madrid, Spain. The first day will propose tutorials and presentations will be performed the two following days. Presentation will be in Spanish and English.

Penetration Testing in the Release Pipeline

February 10, 2020 0

Teams should take security seriously with today’s online threats and follow secure coding and security testing practices. They should use web and native application scanning tools both statically and dynamically where-ever possible and required.

Quality Code: Software Testing Principles, Practices, and Patterns

February 4, 2020 0

There are many books about software testing, but Quality Code is among the best that I have read. It presents a philosophy about software testing that has been mine in my previous life as a software developer: the programmer is the main person responsible for the quality of its code.