TestCon Europe 2021

Hybrid Edition

September 7-9

Vilnius and Online


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In this workshop we will learn about automation basics and good practices to have a solid fundamental understanding of this topic. We will write automation test cases with Cypress framework, create pull requests, and have code review performed for our written code with a feedback from code reviewers.

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Make Microservice Testing Efficient at Scale

Geoffrey van der Tas & Mark Abrahams

Cloud & Microservices, have been buzzwords within IT for the past years now. More of us get confronted with these new technologies that seem to get more important every day.

This also has a big impact on how we test the integration between these microservices. Every integration has more integrations that creates more dependencies. During this workshop we will provide a Hands-on experience with ‘Contact testing’.  And show you how to make Microservice testing possible and efficient at scale with the use of PACT.

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This workshop will learn the attendees about how to help teams create value. Attendees will learn about the six components: clarity, impact, results, reliable, conflicts and trust. People will learn why the components are relevant but also how to apply them! The workshop will include many practices attendees can apply the next day already!

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Achieving high-quality test automation that brings value – you need to understand core programming concepts such as SOLID and the usage of design patterns. After you master them, the usual career transition is into more architecture roles, such as choosing the best possible approaches for solving particular test automation challenges. We will discuss how to optimize and stabilize your flaky tests. We will work on improving test readability, maintainability, reusability, extensibility choosing the best design patterns for the job. Additionally, we will look intro strategies to speed up your tests.

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Frontend testing is impossible! I don’t have time for it! It makes my productivity tank! My manager won’t allow me to do it! These are all excuses for not writing tests for your frontend code. In the interest of time, I will focus on the real reasons – I don’t know how, I’m afraid to start – and alleviate the fear by just writing tests and showing how easy it is.. I will give a recipe that you can follow to ease your fear of the unknown—writing tests. I will discuss the various kinds of testing and how they fit together in a coherent way, but most importantly – we will all exercise and write all the different kinds of tests we learned on a sample application.

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Building a Test Strategy in DevOps is not only about Test Automation, but how built-in-quality can be achieved in all steps of the SW development, within and outside of your CI/CD pipeline.

What is the goal of your testing? What quality aspects are more and what are less important for your domain? What are the major risks? What testing steps should be included in a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery pipeline, and where to focus with Exploratory Testing? How to utilize the new QA opportunities available by applying DevOps practices? Don’t just string together existing manual processes! – in this tutorial, we will use simple, collaborative tools to design something better!

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This workshop will cover Basics of API testing, setting up from scratch BDD framework for API testing, writing and executing first tests, tips and tricks for further exploration. This will be bring your own laptop workshops – no coding experience required, ability to setup working environment (java, maven, intellij ide) is a must. Create/Read/Update/Delete test. Most of the workshops will be in form of practical exercises with tests that will be run against real application.

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