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30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

Venue : Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center
30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

Venue : Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center
30 - 31 January, 2020, Bangalore

Selenium Day

<Venue : Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center

Briefly Know About This Event

We are happy to announce our 2nd Selenium Day In Bangalore on 30 - 31 January, 2020. This event explores the current and advances made in Test Automation driven by Selenium & other open source / Enterprise fee based automation tools.

The event is tools agnostic and provides a platform to meet, share and exchange thoughts with the best minds in Software Testing.

Why Selenium Day?

1. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give insightful talks pertaining to Selenium practice that are solution-focused, and foster learning and inspiration.
2. We will also have sessions on testing digital projects using Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Blockchain, Robotic Process Automation, via Selenium and other test automation tool.
3. Solutions for practical issues of testing and automation.
4. Integration of Selenium with other testing tools.
5. Providing a key meeting place for Selenium Professionals and Executives from leading IT organisations.
6. A platform to share your research and experience
7. Grasp new techniques in Selenium - a portable framework for testing web applications







about

  • 70+

    Speakers

  • 70+

    Topics

  • 500

    Tickets

  • 02

    Days

  • Knowledge

    Series

Our Brilliant Speakers

Past Speakers

speakers

Anil Kumar Mishra

Senior Tech Manager (Testing) Tech Mahindra
speakers

Shivaji Raju

Expert Architect Allstate Solutions Private Limited
speakers

Subhasis Bandyopadhyay

Director-Software Engineering Dell EMC
speakers

Sanjay Kumar

ChroPath Creator. Product Evangelist AutonomIQ
speakers

Surojeet Sengupta

Director GE
speakers

Ashish Mathur

Director and Architect for development of UI Automation tools HCL Technologies
speakers

Srinivasan Sekar

Lead Consultant Thought Works
speakers

Srijith Sreenivasan

Associate Director KPMG
speakers

Pooja Sur Saha

Automation Manager Amazon Appstore Fire Tablet
speakers

Srividya Puppala

CEO and Founder ENSCONCE
speakers

Manoj Chiruvella

Principal QA Analyst Oracle
speakers

Nishi Grover Garg

Principal Consultant Trainer President Bangalore Chapter ATA

Day 1: Selenium Day (30 January, 2020)

X Topic Abstract

Following are the broad level of topics which will be covered in 30 mins through a presentation with Examples.

Agile or agility
Automation or Digitization
Machine-learning or Human Sense
Testing or Auditing
Technology or Domain knowledge for Testers



X Topic Abstract

1.Mobile assurance Testing
2.Types of Devices used for testing
3.Types of mobile apps
4.Types of mobile app testing
5. Automating mobile assur ance
6. Mobile cloud testing-Integration with CI and CD
7.Cutting Edge Technology in Mobile automation Industry (Next Gen/Futuristic Technology)
8.Demo
9.Q/A



X Topic Abstract

The SPA JS framework is powerful yet simple to learn, easy to adapt and easy to scale. A component developed once can easily be deployed in any other SPA application without complex configurations. Give it a try, you will love it.



X Topic Abstract

The IT frameworks are getting changed drastically. Software Industry has already in transition from Monolithic frameworks to Microservices frameworks. In this Microservices transformation, Is the traditional way of testing is still valid? How do we test the Microservices? Mr. Vamsi Mohan is going to speak more on "Testing for Microservices". At the event, he will discuss on several examples of Microservices testing strategies, best practices and the open source tools for Microservices testing.

Speaker Profile

Mr. Vamsi Mohan is IIM Ahmedabad Alumnus and research scholar in Computer Science from the University of Delhi. He is currently working as a Principal Solution Architect at Tech Mahindra, catering digital transformative solutions to the Fortune 100 telecom clients. A Technology acumen across a range of digital technologies, including RPA, AI/ML Blockchain and cognitive engineering. He has end to end life cycle experience, architecting from the traditional monolithic frameworks to Microservices frameworks. He is keen in strategizing the testing practices for the modern frameworks including web and mobile. Prior to his current role at TechM, Vamsi served in various senior leadership roles managing Technology CoEs, Digital Innovation Centers in EMEA and APAC regions. His experience spans various technology solutions focusing on future-proofing business through digital transformations and the delivering of customer fit solutions. He is a conference speaker, published author, guide and reviewer for several technical books, magazines and international journals in technology, and management.

X Topic Abstract

about generic case study of how the implementation has helped, why it is important etc?

Speaker Profile

20+ yrs of IT experience with rich knowledge of software development, testing, people management and project management areas.
4+ yrs of experience in POSH implementation and training. worked with many corporate and startups to implement POSH policy and I have trained their ICC and employees for the same. I also serve as an external member of ICC team and participate in handling incident enquiries as an external member.
Seasoned Engineering leader with experience in building & leading teams in startup environments as well as large organizations; Combination of technical depth, business acumen and understanding of markets
Rich experience in the areas of Strategy Planning, Service Delivery, Talent Leadership & Development & Client Relationship Management
Experienced in the areas of
*Virtualization
*Storage resource management
*Business Process Management
*Enterprise Application Integration
*Telecom
*Cloud computing

X Topic Abstract

Why is Open Source Test Automation the Best? Choosing the right testing tool is a major challenge with automation and AI-powered testing taking over the testing arena. While there’s huge competition in the paid testing tool options, many organizations are shifting towards open source automation testing. Why Not Open Source? Open source automation testing is gaining momentum due to the following benefits they offer to the QA team. Flexible & Extensible One of the major reasons for choosing open source automation testing is the flexibility it offers to the test engineers. These tools are also extensible when there’s a demand. Feasible Vendors charge a huge fee for paid automation testing tools which many organizations, especially the start-ups, cannot afford. Open source is free and hence is more feasible. Large Community Open source automation testing community is a fast-growing one with complete focus on not getting lost in the crowd. Open source testing community is buzzing with talents who are continuously contributing new releases of the various tools they co-create. Share resources with Virtualization With open source automation testing, you can share your resources and reduce the cost. Freedom Vendor tools come with their own restrictions but open source offers much freedom. Security Open source is more secured than vendor tools. Platform Independent Open source automation tools are language and platform independent. They function well across platforms and support multiple languages which is a huge advantage for enterprise solutions. Watch out for these too! While open source offers scores of advantages, it also comes with a bunch of challenges!
• Can get Complex
• Could be buggy
• More effort required
• Compliance issues Ideally, choosing between open source and vendor tools should be strictly depending upon your project’s specific requirements. Every project and every requirement being different, the right tool can alleviate many vendor-related problems. Open source definitely is the preferred choice in most cases due to the flexibility, feasibility and freedom it offers.



X Topic Abstract

While containers have become ubiquitous in the world of software development, it is also becoming very challenging to maintain the security of the product from a process perspective due to security not being built-in. This talk will run through various case studies where container security was compromised due to process negligence and what steps can built into the process to avoid such expensive mistakes.

Speaker Profile

Ramakrishnan (Ramki) Seshagiri is an accomplished technology professional with over two decades of experience in building software products across multiple industries (Security / Healthcare / Finance to name a few) in multiple leadership roles in India and North America. He has spent close to 8 years building niche enterprise software across network and web security space and more recently, have gained considerable expertise in the blockchain and distributed ledger technology space and has been certified by international bodies like Blockchain Training Alliance and Blockchain Council. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and also a member of leading cybersecurity bodies, ISACA & Data Security Council of India (DSCI)



X Topic Abstract

The SPA JS framework is powerful yet simple to learn, easy to adapt and easy to scale. A component developed once can easily be deployed in any other SPA application without complex configurations. Give it a try, you will love it.



X Topic Abstract

Microservices Architecture focuses on helping the developers/architects to understand the key Architecture paradigms with a hands-on section available in the 1-day workshop. The objective of this session is to help the developers from Monolithic App mindset to a Microservices based App development. It also helps the developers with hands-on development experience with key Microservices infrastructure technologies like Eureka, Ribbon, Zuul, Kafka etc., and key Architecture styles like Hexagonal Architecture and Design styles like Domain Driven Design, Event Sourcing, and CQRS, Functional Reactive Programming, Microservice messaging. Apart from the Infrastructure and Software Architecture, the awareness session also focuses on Scalability and Testing aspects of Microservices.

Speaker Profile

Araf Karsh has with over 25 years of experience leading the design and development of mission-critical, object-oriented and web-based applications for premier organizations including Bank of America, CIBC, Johnson & Johnson, Kaiser Permanente, the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Dept of Energy. Karsh has an established track record leading production software organizations and bringing new products to market using leading-edge technology.
He has extensive knowledge of Microservices, Containers (Docker), Blockchain, SOA, Angular platform and key foundational technologies. He is well versed in building highly scalable and high performance distributed applications using Java technologies.

X Topic Abstract

Kubernetes over view
AKS and ARM template
Pushing AKS in to existing VNET
Playing with IPs in Max PODs
Creating a deployment
Configure HPA

X Topic Abstract

The SPA JS framework is powerful yet simple to learn, easy to adapt and easy to scale. A component developed once can easily be deployed in any other SPA application without complex configurations. Give it a try, you will love it.



Timing Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
08:15AM - 08:45AM schedule Testing Olympiad 2020 : Semi-finals
08:45AM - 09:00AM schedule Registration
09:00AM - 09:15AM schedule Conference Overview Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1point21gws / 1.21GWS
09:15AM - 10:00AM speaker
Automation and Innovation - Click Here for More Info
Pavan Kumar Valluri, Director, CGI
speaker
Mobile Assurance through Automation - Click Here for More Info
Siri Srinivas, Ex-Vice President, JP Morgan & Chase
speaker
Life cycle of user story: Why BDD matters to Agile Testing? - Click Here for More Info
10:00AM - 10:30AM schedule Tea Break
10:30AM - 11:30AM speaker Panel Discussion
11:30AM - 12:00PM speaker
Testing for Microservices - Click Here for More Info
Vamsi Mohan V, Principal Solution Architect, Tech Mahindra Ltd
speaker
Zero to Test: How to Run Your First Beta Testing Program
speaker
Test Automation: Agile Enablement for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence Teams
12:00PM - 01:00PM schedule Lunch Break
01:00PM - 01:45PM speaker
Shifting Left - Building Quality in - a SAFe Core Principle
schedule
Automation Expenses, Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Lakshmi Bylahalli, Director, Moolya Testing
speaker
How test data bridges gaps between test automation and agile development
01:45PM - 02:30PM speaker
Automaton stragety using open source - Click Here for More Info
Sreeram Gopalakrishna, Senior Director Testing & Quality- Engineering -(Head of QA)
speaker
DevSecOps - Click Here for More Info
Ramakrishnan, Founder & Chief Consulant CyberSafeHaven Consulting
speaker
Single Page Application - Just Simplified - Click Here for More Info
Kumar P, Unisys India
02:30PM - 03:00PM speaker
Microservices Architecture - Click Here for More Info
Mohammad Asif Siddiqui Senior Technical Leader, Huawei Technologies India Private Ltd
speaker
Understanding and optimizing dockerfile
speaker
Microservices Architecture - Click Here for More Info
Mr. Araf Karsh Hamid, Co-Founder/CTO MetaMagic Global, NJ, USA
03:00PM - 03:30PM schedule Tea Break
03:30PM - 04:00PM speaker Panel Discussion
04:00PM - 05:15PM speaker
Kubernetes and its relevance for Automation - Click Here for More Info
Kiran Rayachoti ,Senior Director Engineering, Publicis Sapient
speaker
The Digital Divide and Test Automation
speaker
Workshop : Azure with Kubernetes - Click Here for More Info
Debayan Chakraborty, Azure Consultant, WalmartLabs

Day 2 : Selenium Day (31 January, 2020)

X Topic Abstract

We all know how important test automation is. There is no need to put more emphasis on the topic. However, test automation is not easy and more than 50% of the ambitious test automation projects fail. Why is that? There are many reasons for it. On the highest level, we can say the lack of planning contributes to 80% of the failures. Let’s see the underlying reasons. This data is collated from different live projects from a diversified customer base.
Takeaway for the participants
While most of the technology services companies talk on the holistic automation, when it comes to a test automation project on-the-ground the focus shifts to tool, productivity, faster automation execution. The before said focuses are good, however, very less planning and strategizing goes to achieve this. In this presentation the participants will be made aware :
important aspects of test automation strategizing
the blind spots in test automation and how to avoid
how to carry out a typical discussion with your customer on test automation
items to be made sure before a test automation project starts



X Topic Abstract

I will talk about Usecases and Need of Blockchain for Better Governance.

Speaker Profile

Chief Innovation Officer at DCB Bank , TOP 50 CIOs, Top 100 Innovative CIOs, Digital Leader of the Year,
Top 20 BFSI Leaders, Most 50 Payment Influential, Leading Indian Blockchain & Fintech Forum
Co-Chairing at FICCI Sub-Committee on Blockchain , Big Data and Analytics
Co-Chairing at IAMAICommittee on Blockchain
Member – FICCI Artificial Intelligence Committee
Member – FICCI Digital Transformation Committee

Innovation is my passion. Collabaoration is my attitude. Execution is my action. Architecture is my Forte.

Currently I am working as Innovation Head & Technical Architect at DCB Bank. I am practicing Innovation Implementation & Architecture Orchestration at DCB Bank.

I have launched Global Innovation program – “DCB Bank Innovation Carnival”. It will bring on Unique Experience of Innovation generation thru Hackathons & Accelerator programs in India. I have mentored more than 250 Startups during this program.
Iam associated with Many Accelerators, Partners, Education institutes to practice Open innovation thru Hackathons &Innovation Programs.

I am working with various FINTECH &BLOCKCHAIN Forums in India to create a Robust Innovation Ecosystem in India.

As part of DCB’s Digital& Architecture Transformation, I am closely associated with New & latest technology Assimilation, Experimentation, Innovative Customer Servicing & Engagement, Robust Architecture Implementation, Fintech & Startup Alignment, Open Innovation practices, Collaboration with other Banks on various initiatives.

At DCB I have worked as Digital Bank Head & I am Part of various deliveries like India’s first Aadhaar & Biometric enabled ATM, Paperless A/c Opening - Zippi, India’s first Omni-Channel Framework for Bank, Mobile banking & Mobile Apps, Open Banking &Internet Banking Initiative, Unified Payment Interface (UPI), Bharat Bill Payment,API Management, Switch & Cards relevant initiatives.

I have Over 18 Years of Industry Experience in Engineering and Development, Product Development, Organization Strategy& Governance, Risk Audit Compliance Management, Business Process Management, Enterprise Architecture, Mobile Apps, Digital Transformation, Fintech, E-Commerce, Payments, Platform and Product Innovation, Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Open Stack, Cloud Computing, Analytics, Big Data, IOT, BlockChain, UI-UX, Product Roadmap Strategy, Business Development

In 2017-2019, I have bagged many Leadership awards Most Influential Payment Professionals, TOP50 CIOs, Top 100 Innovative CIOs, Digital Leader of the Year, Top 20 BFSI Leaders. I have appeared in many BFSI Conferences as Key-Note Speaker& contributed to ecosystem

X Topic Abstract

AI Product Development is very different to Traditional Product Development. This talk enables the Data Scientists to propagate, gain support on their research on Machine Learning/AI Product.
It covers the entire Product Development life-cycle of an AI Product covering aspects of AI providing them the building-blocks of AI Product development.
This talk balances the AI and Product Development.

Speaker Profile

Amit Baldwa is a Director of Engineering with Finastra Software Services.
A thought leader and strategist, with extensive leadership experience, Amit also mentors Students, Young Professionals and StartUps in varied areas as Career, Business Strategy and Go-to-market strategies.
Amit's experience spans Product Development, Captive Services and IT Consulting organizations. Amit is a AI enthusiast and is building products in the AI space.

X Topic Abstract

As the industry is moving towards Agile-DevOps, it is often quoted that, “we don’t need testing/testers”. However, the fact is whatever the model project team adopts, the basic activities like Req. analysis, Design, Coding, Testing etc., remains the same. We need the people with required skills to perform all these activities, however, the way we do these activities may change. This paper talks about challenges and the role of automation, to ensure the quality.

Timing Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
08:45AM - 09:00AM schedule Registration
09:00AM - 09:15AM schedule Conference Overview Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1point21gws / 1.21GWS
09:15AM - 10:00AM schedule
Test Automation Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Satya Tripathy, Program Director, Mindtree
speaker
Test Automation Strategy - Click Here for More Info
Prasanna Lohar, Digital | Innovation | Architecture, DCB BANK
speaker
Design and implementation of microservice architectures
10:00AM - 10:30AM schedule Tea Break
10:30AM - 11:30AM speaker Panel Discussion
11:30AM - 12:00PM speaker
Blueprint for Building AI Products - Click Here for More Info
Amit Baldwa, Director Engineering (R&D), Finastra
speaker
DevOps is a Journey : Choose your own Adventure
speaker
Testing for microservices
12:00PM - 01:00PM schedule Lunch Break
01:00PM - 01:45PM speaker
Relevance of Testing when we move under Agile-DevOps Transformation - Click Here for More Info
Prabhu Kogunde Matt, Head of testing, Ericsson India Global Services
speaker
Field Guide to Kick Starting DevOps and Making Enterprise Happier
speaker
Developing sophisticated serverless applications with ai
01:45PM - 02:30PM speaker
Test Automation Strategy
speaker
Where is the ‘Q’ in DevOps - are we missing the 'Quality' big time ?
speaker
Serverless architectures and patterns
02:30PM - 03:00PM speaker
Agile Test Strategy for Digital Assurance
speaker
Understanding and optimizing dockerfile
speaker
Achieving serverless in azure
03:00PM - 03:30PM schedule Tea Break
03:30PM - 04:00PM speaker Panel Discussion
04:00PM - 04:30PM speaker
Anatomy of Model Based Testing
speaker
Application security in a container world
speaker
Designing and delivering production serverless platforms

Pre Conference Workshop (28 January, 2020)

X Workshop Background & Overview

Test Automation is supposed to assist testers and make their repetitive work easier. But more frequently it seems to become a bottleneck. This workshop is designed for anyone looking into test automation or facing the challenges with flaky scripts or maintenance of test automation scripts. Our automation scripts need to be closer to reality, the actual user cases and flows while the code and test data needs to be separated out. Testers must focus on real testing and adding more possible user scenarios which the test scripts implement – which can be done by a developer or an automation engineer or the tester themselves. So, it is important to understand how to separate these layers and how to implement such a robust framework where maintenance would be easier, and any changes can be easily incorporated
The workshop will showcase this using a variety of approaches and tools including Selenium, Sahi Pro and BDD using Cucumber.
Learning Objectives / Outline:
Delegates will learn-
Practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture.
How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.
How to implement a layered architecture in a variety of ways, using different tools and approaches
Take back a practical understanding of test automation architecture that you can use with any tool or technology.

Trainer's Profile

Nishi is a corporate trainer, an agile enthusiast and a keen tester at heart! With 11+ years of industry experience in Agile environment, she has worked in various roles as a hands-on tester, automation developer, a freelance consulting trainer and currently works with Sahi Pro as the Evangelist and Trainings Head.
Nishi is passionate about training, organizing testing community events and meetups, and has trained hundreds of professionals and teams on agile, test automation, QA bootcamps and DevOps courses.

She is CP-AAT, CP-SAT, CP-DOF, CP-MAT (certified by ATA), Agile Scrum Master ASM (by EXin) and ISTQB certified (Foundation and Advanced Test Analyst & Test Manager) and has been a speaker at many testing events and conferences.

Nishi is also a writer on technical topics of interest in the industry and has numerous articles published at numerous popular forums and her own blog testwithnishi.com where she writes about the latest topics in Agile and Testing domains.
www.linkedin.com/in/nishi-g-02127aa

Aim:

To teach practical ways of creating robust test automation scripts using layered architecture. How to separate the business side from the code of your test scripts and make your test automation closer to user flows.
Target Audience:
Hands on Test Practitioners
Testers, Test Managers, SDETs, Automation Engineers

schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1point21gws / 1.21GWS
speaker 09:15AM - 05:00PM Robust Test Automation Scripting – Learn using a variety of tools - Click Here for More Info
Nishi Grover Garg, Corporate Trainer

Pre Conference Workshop (29 January, 2020)

schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Nitin Naveen, Country Head, 1point21gws / 1.21GWS
speaker 09:15AM - 05:00PM Microservices Architecture Workshop
Araf Karsh Hamid , Co-Founder / CTO, MetaMagic Global, NJ, USA

Register Your Attendance At Conference 2020

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Ticket Price & Plan (Any One Day)

(Per Participant)

Super Early bird

Rs 9,000 + GST

Till 30 November, 2019/p>

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch

Early Bird

Rs 10,000 + GST

Till 30 December, 2019

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch

Standard Price

Rs 12,000 + GST

Till 30 January, 2020

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch


Ticket Price & Plan (Combo)

(Group)

Group of 3 - 5

Rs 1,000 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL1000

Till 30 January, 2020/p>

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch

Group of 6 - 9

Rs 1,500 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL1500

Till 30 January, 2020

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch

Group of 10+

Rs 2,000 Discount per Delegate

Discount code: SEL2000

Till 30 January, 2020

Conference ticket

Tea break

Lunch


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