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November 13–17, 2017 Potsdam, Germany

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Past Webinars

New Year's Resolutions - Why They Don't Work New Year's Resolu... by Linda Rising
Transferring Testing Skills to the Whole Team Transferring Test... by Lisa Crispin
User Story Tips User Story Tips by Roman Pichler
Creating a Unit Testing Strategy Creating a Unit T... by Gil Zilberfeld
Agile in Distributed Teams Agile in Distribu... by Sam Laing & Karen Greaves
How to Stop Hating UI Tests How to Stop Hatin... by Alexandra Schladebeck
Agile Testing Principles: Low, early, all the time and all of us Agile Testing Pri... by Alexander Schwartz
ApprovalTests ApprovalTests by Llewellyn Falco
Shift Left (DevOps) the Right Way Shift Left (DevOp... by Jean-Paul Varwijk
Practical Agile Test Leadership Practical Agile T... by Selena Delesie
The Most Effective Thing That Programmers Learn From Me Isn't About Programming The Most Effectiv... by J. B. Rainsberger
That Ticket Hasn't Moved All Day!: Unveiling The Mystery of Testing That Ticket Hasn'... by Ash Coleman
Debriefing ET Framework (DEFT) Debriefing ET Fra... by Tony Bruce & Sharath Byregowda
Turning Tests into Documentation Turning Tests int... by David Evans
Test Cases Are Dead, Long Live Checklists! Test Cases Are De... by Ömürden Cengiz
Design Organisations for Tomorrow Design Organisati... by Oana Juncu
Experience the Good and Bad in a Safe Environement Experience the Go... by Eddy Bruin
Leading to Create Leaders Leading to Create... by Olaf Lewitz
How We Became Software Testing World Champions How We Became Sof... by Pascal Dufour
Introducing Pair Testing to a Team Introducing Pair ... by Elizabeth Zagroba
Say TaTTa to your TuTTu: Avoid anti-patterns and target your testing and checking Say TaTTa to your... by Mark Winteringham
DevOps and what it means for testing DevOps and what i... by Jan Jaap Cannegieter
The New Model for Testing The New Model for... by Paul Gerrard
Fun Times in Environment Provisioning Testing Fun Times in Envi... by Mike Talks
(Unit) Testing as a Team (Unit) Testing as... by Bart Knaack
Talking on Gherkin Language Talking on Gherki... by Viktorija Manevska

Schedule

Arun Kumar Dutta Arun Kumar Dutta

Now a day, high performance for an application is no matter a lavish but a basic need for your business. Normally, performance ...


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Now a day, high performance for an application is no matter a lavish but a basic need for your business. Normally, performance testing happens just before production for any major release and don’t have much time despite having performance issues as going live is more important. Now, organizations are concerned about the increasing rate of change in the market where they not only need to compete but also familiarize with the speed of changes to adapt time-to-market pressures. Performance testing now becomes very crucial before the application goes live no matter whether it’s major or minor releases or sprint for agile based projects. It is time to make continuous regression performance testing, a mandatory for all projects since early phases of SDLC, to avoid big loss and reduce overall cost.

This webinar will assist us to know the values that can bring continuous regression performance testing over normal performance testing, why continuous regression performance testing is mandatory for enduring in the market and what are the things that need to remember while making it as an ongoing process.

 

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11 Sep '17 4 p.m.
Janet Gregory Janet Gregory

We talk about ‘whole team approach’ when thinking about agile testing, but many people still don’t “get...


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We talk about ‘whole team approach’ when thinking about agile testing, but many people still don’t “get” it.  In this webinar, Janet talks more about what she means by whole team, and how understanding this basic concept has led teams to improve quality of both their process and their product. Testing activities help to build quality into the product and when the whole team actively contributes to solving testing problems, the whole team —  along with the business and the customers — benefits.

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18 Sep '17 4 p.m.
Joshua Lewis Joshua Lewis

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09 Oct '17 4 p.m.
Claudia Badell Claudia Badell

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Huib Schoots Huib Schoots

SSDD…. are you stuck in a rut with your agile improvements? Your retrospectives are not bringing you the changes you&rsq...


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SSDD…. are you stuck in a rut with your agile improvements? Your retrospectives are not bringing you the changes you’re looking for. Not that the retrospectives aren’t useful... however the improvements seem ad-hoc or are not adding up to something bigger. You don’t see any big improvements happening, your team doesn’t seem to get to the next level. Things are changing, but in a way they are still the same. Recognise this? In this webinar I will introduce and share my experiences with a method for you and your team to solve problems. It is an investigation of strengths & weaknesses. A starting point for a discussion about potential problems and how to solve them.

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Diana Larsen Diana Larsen

The Agile Fluency Model describes a variety of ways that teams can achieve great benefits for their organizations. And testers ...


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The Agile Fluency Model describes a variety of ways that teams can achieve great benefits for their organizations. And testers play a critical role in all of them. Where is your team on the path...and what can testers expect?

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