TestCon Europe 2020
Vilnius and Online
Principal SW Testing Consultant
tesena s.r.o., Czech Republic
Marcel Veselka has spent his career in software testing and currently he is working as a Principal SW Testing Consultant at Tesena. Previously, he worked as a Test Analyst and finally moved to Test Management in complex transformation projects and core banking implementations covering mainly integration testing and performance testing. He is also former vice-president of the CaSTB (regional ISTQB board) and co-founder of testing community called [pro]Test!.
In 2013 he found company Tesena where he now with more than 120 colleagues from Prague, Vienna, Bratislava and Brno is helping their customers across Europe to win in their business via improving software quality of their products. His special interest is modern testing approaches (including all the trendy topics like test automation, DevOps, testing in SCRUM, AI and machine learning).
Don’t Miss the Train! Test Automation is Finally Growing Up
The search for more efficient, quicker and cheaper testing has been ongoing for a long time. In the past test automation was frequently presented as the solution to this problem. These days it has become at least a small part of any modern software testing process. However, in the next four years the test automation market will grow 2.3 fold to over 25 billion USD.
But it’s not only the size of test automation that is growing, it’s also increasing in maturity. It is now better that ever before as the tools are getting to grow more advanced and the practices more mature.
We will share with you how test automation market is changing, what are the current hot trends, and what new opportunities these will bring to us. Some of the most interesting innovations relate to improving scope selection, execution and maintenance of the automated test pack, powered by AI and ML.
This talk will give a high-level, understandable introduction to what’s happening and is about to happen in test automation. The target audience is testers, developers and technical resources.