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27 - 28 June, 2019, Bangalore

World Test Engineering Summit

Venue : Forum Shantiniketan Mall
27 - 28 June, 2019, Bangalore

World Test Engineering Summit

Venue : Forum Shantiniketan Mall
27 - 28 June, 2019, Bangalore

World Test Engineering Summit

Venue : Forum Shantiniketan Mall
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Briefly Know About This Event

The event will deliver in-depth content targeted at architects, developers, testers, integrators and managers by offering lectures and technical session to expand your knowledge and expertise on the latest technologies, trends, tips and techniques. It is a great opportunity to present, learn, and challenge modern testing technologies and strategies.

Conference Days
Day 1 : Next Gen Test Engineering Leadership & Strategy
Day 2 : Next Gen Test Automation & Technology







  • 50+

    Global Speakers

  • 200

    Tickets

  • Test Engineering Olympiad

  • 08

    Workshops

Our Brilliant Speakers

speakers

Martijn Nas

Agile Coach / Trainer
MartijnNas.com
speakers

Lina Zubyte

QA Consultant
Thoughtworks
speakers

Naresh Choudhary

Vice President
Infosys
speakers

Mor Korem

QA Engineer
Verbit.ai, Israel
speakers

Surojeet Sengupta

Director
GE Digital
speakers

Venkata Goday

Director - Head Performance Testing & Engineering
Capgemini
speakers

Karthik Iyer

senior performance architect
Capgemini
speakers

Dalbir S Dahiya

Technology Partner
Capco
speakers

Pavan Kumar A G

Member of Technical Staff - 4
Nutanix
speakers

VivekParihar

Head of Engineering
Rizort Inc
speakers

Kiran Kumar Malla

Group Manager
Oracle India
speakers

Shivaji Raju

Expert Architect
Allstate Solutions Private Limited
speakers

Manoj Chiruvella

Principal QA Analyst
Oracle
speakers

Saurabh Mitra

Senior Director Test Engineering
speakers

Mostafa Awadh

Operation deputy director
efinance Giza, Egypt
speakers

Sanjay Kumar

ChroPath Creator. Product Evangelist
AutonomIQ

Day 1: Next Gen Test Engineering Leadership & Strategy (27th June, 2019)

X Topic Abstract

Subheadline: The question that you ask, determines the answer you get!

Main statement: Better questions means better answers!
Picture this: You join an agile team in the middle of there sprint and you discover that although they say they're "doing Agile" as an team but they certainly are not. The team doesn’t realize they’re struggling, after all, they are following the agile process; they are holding their daily standups, and performing in time retrospectives and so on and so on. But in reality, though, they are basically following rules but don't understand the WHY, and they are not a team but just a group of people. This talk brings you into the middle of human behaviour! And will give you some psychological tools and techniques to identify and to improve behaviour. At the end of the talk you’ll be able to discover patterns in behaviour of specic group members. You will get tips and tricks in; How to persuade group members to become team members. Learn how your questions can help get the project back on track without alienating your team members in the team. Practice ways to have more effective questions! Martijn Nas will provide a hands-on workshop with interactive dialogues, debates and exercises to focus the conversations. Be willing to move from your seat
Key learning 1: Ability to ask better questions from now on! And empower yourself towards more authentic communication.
Key learning 2: At least two meaningful excercises you can do next teammeeting or make next retro from dysfunctional to effective!
Key learning 3: Cultivating team's and create new options for yourself in our interactions with other team members.
Key learning 4: Support your team for long-term success by building a cohesive agile team and breaking down any barriers between roles in the team.
Key learning 5: Tips on how to communicate more effective with: Developers, Scrum-masters, Testers, Product owners and all levels of management.

X Topic Abstract

In 2016, as part of a survey run by Oracle regarding tech trends, over 80% of businesses answered that they already have or will implement a chatbot by 2020. A few years passed, the craze for chatbots is not as sky-rocketing, but the trend is still there: more and more businesses are experimenting with chatbots, especially, when it comes to customer-facing services. However, with chatbots comes a huge amount of uncertainty.
Working with a chatbot as a QA, I felt like the traditional methods of testing do not apply as well in this new area. It made me do a lot of research, experiment, and, even build my own chatbot to explore the topic more. In this session, I will share my learnings on chatbots and discuss these questions: What should we think about when we build chatbots? How can we as QAs help to ensure the quality of a chatbot? What in the end is a good quality chatbot? Join me in my talk and get ready for the future of chatbots.

Take-aways:
• Chatbots being still a new growing area, there is little known about the quality metrics for conversations.
• Validation of machine learning for chatbots currently is very challenging because humans are challenging in their conversations.
• As QAs we need to learn to let go of control and adapt to uncertainty in order to reach quality in chatbots.

Speaker profile

Lina Zubyte is a passionate Quality Enthusiast who loves to ask questions, test, collaborate with diverse departments and investigate issues. Lina has worked in companies of different sizes (large multi-national companies and a startup), moved countries for work and had to adapt quickly to getting out of comfort zone. Favorite parts of being a quality professional for Linaare: diving deep to complex issues which may even reveal design or algorithm flaws, using monitoring tools and analytics data to understand the impact of found issues and collaborating with the team to build a high quality product. In her free time, Lina loves traveling and discussions with inspiring people.

X Topic Abstract

We are adopting Agile & DevOps to shorten the delivery cycles. In this context, continuous testing definitely has an edge over traditional testing approaches. Continuous testing brings the process of executing series of automated tests, as part of the software delivery pipeline, to obtain instant feedback on the quality of the solution to iron out business risks with a software release candidate.
Infosys Continuous Testing Platform (ICTP) follows a de-skilled approach by orchestrating the best in-class test automation tools across software testing life cycle and bringing a level of visibility to the stakeholders involved.

Benefits of the Platform:
• Provides early and continuous feedback
• Helps in identification of opportunities for defect prevention
• Reduces risk and technical debt
• Improves quality of delivery
• Enhances release cadence

X Topic Abstract

Developers and testers have always been considered arch nemesis.
Other than something to laugh about, this rivalry causes a lot of damage as well.
We get frustrated, upset and sometimes angry. We get a lot of rework done instead of learning new things.
With the agile practices and new teams structure, comes the opportunity to change this rivalry into a powerful alliance.
In order to create a powerful alliance, we must start communicating better.
Understanding each other and creating a common ground are only some of the basic ingredients to a successful collaboration.
In this talk, we will see what brought us to this rivalry, how it affects us, what keeps us there, how each and everyone of us can contribute to building a constructive partnership in our team and what will we be rewarded with.

Speaker profile

Mor has been testing software for the past 8 years and enjoys taking on new challenges as often as possible. She channels her passion by helping to organize a testing meetup group and by serving as member of the advisory board at ITCB. When she's not doing anything testing-related or playing board games, Mor is also an amateur stand up comedian.

X Topic Abstract

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the new holy grail of Office Productivity and Business profitability. However, very few understand the nuances of this approach and approach RPA tactically. RPA is not a paradigm shift, it’s just a new way to approach problem solving. RPA does not replace any systems, where traditional automation by Enterprise Applications ends, RPA steps it. While the most common benefit of RPA is in reducing headcounts by automation, a large part of the benefits come from increased compliance, better visibility of the business process and reducing human fatigue.
RPA is a rapid IT project, driven by non - IT staff and faces higher risks, because it demands prerequisites and some key best practices to be followed. Most of these best practices are new to many stakeholders in a organization and it will require time before an organization can gain competency and proficiency in these areas.

Common mistakes we see in RPA initiatives are:
1. It’s all about Robots- Belief that the Robots can do anything which much effort
2. I can do it all alone- Belief that any individual team or business line can invest in RPA and be successful and sustain it
3. If I can climb a hill, I can climb Everest- Belief that RPA can be scaled up without much issues
4. Let a thousand Flowers bloom- Different parts of the organization exploring their own RPA journey
5. People can wait- Not keeping people as a central theme in RPA conversations.

Critical Success Factors in RPA Journey.
1. Understand what is broken and needs fix. Study the business processes, identify what can be fixed. Break a problem into parts and follow up with a solution.
2. Business (source of problem) and IT (solution providers) must work together with joint responsibilities.
3. Tool Selection, Architecture design, ground level execution and Maintenance approach is critical for RPA to scale up, be sustainable and spawn low technical debt.
4. A business problem is always address for a group of people, customers, employees, partners etc. People should be at the center of the conversation and part of the story telling, shared experiences and shared outcomes.
5. Any enterprise is about positive outcomes, and so is RPA. There should be a clear business case and an ability to be flexible and do course correction if needed. Small wins should be celebrated to bring confidence in stakeholders and build public opinion towards RPA. Success should be measurable and related back to business performance metrics.

Speaker profile

Surojeet Sengupta has Twenty Two years of experience in the Software Industry across the entire software development life cycle in industry verticals like Manufacturing, Finance and Tax, Supply Chain, Healthcare, Utilities and Compliance and Audit
He has experience of building greenfield teams from ground up and leading large Technology Operations. Surojeet has worked in PreSales, Sales , Mergers and Acquisitions and Business strategy which gives him a well rounded view of the Macro and Mirco level dynamics of how business are run. When he is not working, he spends time managing Cultural events, reading business history, collecting Ganesha Idol and following Indian Cricket .

X Topic Abstract

The usage of AI and ML is on the rise with industrialized benefits and predictive capabilities making computing more smarter and easier to use. In this session we want to deep dive into using ML for doing performance analysis, explore APM tool capabilities in this area, future trends and upcoming features in performance management.

Speaker profile

Venkata Goday heads the Performance Testing & Engineering CoE for Capgemini global; he has been leading this practice from the last 10 years and is well known for his thought leadership in performance engineering space. He has rich experience in setting up Performance CoE’s for customers and has partnered with several clients for strategic consulting and transformation initiatives. He architected and developed many assets in Non-Functional testing space.

Karthik Iyer is senior performance architect and lead for Capgemini, He has 12 plus years of experience in performance testing and engineering. He has managed large performance engagements and has incredible experience using multiple performance, APM, network, profiling tools. He is frontrunner in coming up with specialized performance approaches for large and critical engagements with varied technology stacks.

X Topic Abstract

Banks & NBNC are coming up fast with technology. AI, ML & DL provides an extensive gamut of services which can be utilized by Banks & NBNC to compete with FinTechs. In this talk, we would discuss in-depth details of AI/ML/DL, development & testing of applications in Banking domain & related challenges.

Speaker profile

Dalbir S Dahiya is a technology thought leader with extensive experience in Digital product developments using Artificial Intelligence, ML, Deep Learning, Cloud, Big Data analytics in Banking & Telcom domain. He worked as a technocrat in multiple capacities with Microsoft-Nokia, Google-Motorola, Capco, Reliance, Huawei etc. He is consulting Fintechs & mentoring technology incubation startups.

X Topic Abstract

Gone are the days where only QA used to run tests, today everyone including dev, management wants to hands on to check quality of the product. And with this no one wants to setup framework, environment and other parts of testing, that is where dockerising the whole testing process is a great fit . Try my work "docker pull pavankumarag/pytest-framework-internal:v1.0" where I have dockerised test framework, selenium and other stuffs . We will also walk through with demo and hands on. You are just one command away from testing your product – "docker run -tid –name testing pavankumarag/pytest-framework-internal:v1.0"

X Topic Abstract

Unlike server-side programming, mobile code cannot be retracted once shipped and can only be updated once a user opts in to an app upgrade. For Mobile Engineering, this presents unique challenges when it comes to releasing new features incrementally, fixing bugs, and mitigating outages at scale across mobile applications.

When submitting an app to the playstore and seeing a crash rising on your crash report : If only I could deactivate this feature so I could correct the crash without impacting the users. There is a solution for this, and it’s called feature toggle.

X Topic Abstract

Enterprises are adopting the responsive web design approach to provide seamless experience and functionality to multiple devices and form factors. Automating such apps is challenging as application renders and behaves differently in various devices. Automation framework can easily get cluttered and unmanageable if not designed properly. Using advanced object identification techniques, abstractions, handling view ports, well designed framework, the challenges can be addressed.

Speaker profile

I am Kiran Malla currently working with Oracle India, Hyderabad as Group Manager, Automation Engineering. I am a passionate about building frameworks and utilities which help to reduce repeated and manual work and which can enable building high quality products. I have developed and delivered various automation solutions for Desktop, Mobile, and Enterprise SaaS applications. Also built various tools for code coverage, performance monitoring, impact analysis and target scoping.

X Topic Abstract

1. Automation Dashboard:
In the world of sprint it is more important to have the automation framework handy to test any web application with minimum efforts.Achieving “Live” Trace-ability of Regression Tests to Functional Requirements, Change Requests and Issues without “Programming”. One dashboard to view test execution result of multiple applications.

Script-less Behavior Driven Development:
1 Automation dashboard has the functionalities of script-less automation which test the applications using the custom framework build with the help of Cucumber extending Testing

Scheduler:
1 Automation Dashboard is also equipped with the functionality of scheduling the script for regular interval of time

Selenium Trending :
We have developed the mechanism wrapped over selenium with cucumber test generated cucumber.xml in order bring up the historical trends for user.

Advance Reporting:
For every automation test script execution the reports are shown in 1Automation Dashboard itself making it more easier for the user to validate with the relevant feature of the application. Report are grouped date wise for easy access.

Category:
Execution of test scenarios based on its category for e.g. Smoke or Regression

Test Environment:
Ability to change test environment like application URL, browser, etc from the portal

Test Data:
Update test data before test execution from the portal

Test Log:
Real time test execution logs displayed to end user

Using Automation in Security testing:
Automating the security testing process using our custom framework.In this talk we would be showing how you can use your existing test cases and automatically perform security testing on your web application.

Test Case Management:
Manage test cases which can not be automated using module wise test case management feature. Get detailed matrices of manual test case case execution on the dashboard.

Speaker profile

Gaurav Patel:
Gaurav is an expert in automation testing and has 7+ years of proven result record.
QA Automation Lead with full system development lifecycle experience, including designing, developing and implementing test plans, test cases and test processes.Backed by strong credentials including a bachelor of engineer degree, ISTQB Agile and Foundation certification, Diploma in Software Testing certification, advanced command of various automation testing technique, agile methodologies and monitoring tools.

Sangam Thakur:
Sangam has 4+ years of experience in automation testing.He is also certified in ISTQB Certified Test Automation Engineer.He has successfully delivered projects with the implementation of automation testing in various projects. Sangam is a huge fan of automation, but the tester supporting type not the mythical tester replacement type.He has worked on various tools and technologies for making software testing faster and better.

schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Archana Akhaury, CTO and Founder, 1.21GWS
speaker 09:15AM - 10:45AM "Don't be an As'k'hole" - Click Here for More Info
Martijn Nas, Agile Coach / Trainer at MartijnNas.com
schedule 10:45AM - 11:15AM Tea Break
speaker 11:15AM - 11:45AM It’s Tricky: Chatbots & QA - Click Here for More Info
Lina Zubyte, QA Consultant at Thoughtworks
speaker 11:45AM - 12:15PM Continuous Testing for modern apps – Platform based approach leveraging the Infosys Continuous Testing Platform - Click Here for More Info
Naresh Choudhary, Vice President, Infosys
schedule 12:15PM - 01:00PM Lunch Break
speaker 01:00PM - 01:30PM Developers & Testers: a love-hate story - Click Here for More Info
Mor Korem, QA Engineer, Verbit.ai, Israel
speaker 01:30PM - 02:00PM 5 Mistakes to avoid in the RPA Journey - Click Here for More Info
Surojeet Sengupta, Director, GE Digital
speaker speaker 02:00PM - 02:30PM Use of ML in Performance Analysis - Click Here for More Info
Venkata Goday, Director - Head Performance Testing & Engineering, Capgemini
Co-presenter: Karthik Iyer, senior performance architect, Capgemini

speaker 02:30PM - 03:00PM AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning applications in Banking Domain - Click Here for More Info
Dalbir S Dahiya, Technology Partner, Capco
schedule 03:00PM - 03:30PM Tea Break
speaker 03:30PM - 04:00PM Dockerising entire test environment, framework and setup - Click Here for More Info
Pavan Kumar A G, Member of Technical Staff - 4, Nutanix
speaker 04:00PM - 04:30PM Feature flags as Kill Switch for Apps. Insurance against publishing apps in the black hole of Play/App Store - Click Here for More Info
VivekParihar, Head of Engineering, Rizort Inc
speaker 04:30PM - 05:00PM Techniques for Automating Responsive Apps - Click Here for More Info
Kiran Kumar Malla, Group Manager, Oracle India
speaker 05:00PM - 05:30PM Collaborative Platform for QA, DEV and BA using BDD automation framework - Click Here for More Info
Gaurav Patel, QA Automation Lead, 1RIVET
Sangam Thakur, Senior QA Automation Engineer, 1RIVET

Day 2: Next Gen Test Automation & Technology (28th June, 2019)

X Topic Abstract

Subheadline: "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not." Dr Seuss
Main statement: Coaching is essential for Agile team success. It is now time and your responsibility to act!
It is common knowledge that highly successful people ask beter questions and therefore get better answers.

Abstract: University research shows, that when people express their own ideas about what they should/could do differently in the future, the chance that they take steps into their change is exponentially higher then when they are just told. People simply prefer to be convinced by themselves rather than by others. In this workshop you will learn a number of basic skills of coaching, these skills can then be applied directly in your team or at home. You also learn how to elicit "change-talk". Change-talk is letting people name or express their own (new) ideas on what they could do better next time. Change-talk results in exponentially more results of behaviour change and is therefore more effective. Working agile is a teamsport and a teamsport can certainly use coaching.
Key learning 1: Ask better questions to get better answers
Key learning 2: learn in ve concrete steps to take responsibility in and with the team.
Key learning 3: At least three new coach exercises that you immediately can apply in your team.
Key learning 4: Active learning session in which you are challenged to tackle 'coaching' directly in your team
Key learning 5: Usable 'cheat-sheet' so you never forget this talk!

X Topic Abstract

Will talk about some best practices with regards to strategy, framework, tools and processes to be successful in Automation for Agile methodology

X Topic Abstract

In contemporary test automation world, we are running 1000's tests every day. Even though most of our test cases are reliable and stable, debugging failures will consume lot of time, if not handled appropriately. This is an effort to reduce the analysis of failures and come up with probable root cause for each and every failure.
In this talk, we will explore all the approaches we have taken to drastically reduce the time to debug the failures & let you concentrate more on adding new tests. We will also talk about the approaches which could not yield results for us initially & why. We will look into building a failures' dashboard, driven by pattern based classification of logs(both server & automation tool) with reporting.

Speaker profile

Manoj is a Principal QA Analyst at Oracle. He comes with close to 12 years of experience in Test Automation & QA processes and worked with Host Analytics & ADP prior to Oracle. He loves evaluating new automation tools (mostly open source), frameworks & utilities.

X Topic Abstract

Since the advent of the first commercial U.I automation tool, screenshot capture feature was enabled in automation execution reporting in order to facilitate quicker debugging and visual representation of errors encountered during execution. Now after close to two decades of U.I automation screenshots in automation testing are not just limited for debugging and/or reporting purposes.
In case of responsive web application automation as well as for customized enterprise packaged web applications automation the same web page when rendered in multiple viewports or when customized will have drastic visual differences/U.I/U.X and assertion using web element properties are cumbersome time consuming and in-comprehensive.
Modern automation frameworks are developed with screenshot based assertion and comparison to enable verification of expected behavior just based on screenshot of the entire web page or portions of the web page and not on individual web-elements. But is screenshot based automation self sufficient, is it reliable ? The other question is how do we mask ignorable differences from screenshots such as date/time etc which are bound to change during every run.
In this session you would get answers to all these questions along with a working demo of a screenshot based test automation framework with masking algorithm capable of masking ignorable differences. Here we are also going to cover how to leverage screenshot based automation to get maximum R.O.I , better test coverage and overall better product quality.

Speaker profile

P.M.P & Scrum Master certified QA Leader with 16 years of management and test architect experience at Oracle, EA, Yodlee, Amadeus as well as multiple startup organizations.
Diverse experience comprise of setting up Testing Center of Excellence, leading Test Engineering, Functional, Performance and Test Automation teams across, HRMS, Finance, Telecom, Gaming, Travel, Shipping & Logistics domain.
As test architect developed numerous testing tools, utilities, frameworks & hold solo U.S Patent 845866 B2 on Test Automation Framework.

Profile Summary
- Experience in building highly successful teams, innovating and transforming testing organizations with a goal of increased product quality and customer satisfaction.
- Expertise in leading large test organization, managing & delivering multimillion dollar testing projects.
- Hands on experience in all phases of test Program Management, presales & strategic Test Consulting.
- Adroit at analyzing information system needs, evaluating end-user requirements, custom designing solutions, troubleshooting applications and managing stakeholder expectations.
- Proactive contribution as test architect in all areas of test engineering ranging from test automation framework development, test tools development and performance testing.

X Topic Abstract

How to start now team transformation to automat testing, what challenges that the team may face, and how to make it faster, and easy.

Speaker profile

Mostafa has 20 years’ experience in payment solutions, testing, delivery, test automation and test coaching, building testing, implementation, and delivery teams. Speaker in agile testing days Germany 2015 -2018. His current position Operation deputy director at e-finance.

X Topic Abstract

With the advent of automation, the manual testers job significantly transformed. The testers started learning coding and that led to a scalable model by helping organizations improve coverage of automated tests. In this journey though the industry started facing a new set of issues viz cost of maintenance and cost of failures. In most cases it can be attributed it to product changes, intermittent behaviour of network and application, also termed as flakiness. With the advent of devops, the need for automation results to become more deterministic has significantly increased. The good news is that this can largely be handled. The solution starts with building resiliency into the design of the automation framework. There are basic techniques including abstraction of tests and externalisation of business rules. As you get mature in the journey of resiliency, you can induce automation intelligence by emulating a manual testers action. Eventually one could possibly incorporate machine learning and establish a model that allows one to build AI into the framework. The industry transformation that is needed to achieve this is revisiting the skill pyramid of automation teams/testers and a culture change where automation is treated as a product/software.

X Topic Abstract

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schedule 08:45AM - 09:00AM Registration
schedule 09:00AM - 09:15AM Conference Overview
Archana Akhaury, CTO and Founder, 1.21GWS
speaker 09:15AM - 10:00AM Being Agile and work as a team is easy, until you care! - Click Here for More Info
Martijn Nas, Agile Coach / Trainer at MartijnNas.com
speaker 10:00AM - 10:45AM Shift left automation in Agile - Click Here for More Info
Shivaji Raju, Expert Architect, Allstate Solutions Private Limited
schedule 10:45AM - 11:15AM Tea Break
speaker 11:15AM - 12:00PM Test Results Analysis with Continuous Intelligence - Click Here for More Info
Manoj Chiruvella, Principal QA Analyst, Oracle
speaker 12:00PM - 12:45PM Screenshots in Automated Testing: When? How? and Why? - Click Here for More Info
Saurabh Mitra, Senior Director Test Engineering
schedule 12:45PM - 01:45PM Lunch Break
speaker 01:45PM - 02:30PM Smooth Transformation test automation team - Click Here for More Info
Mostafa Awadh, Operation deputy director, efinance Giza, Egypt
speaker 02:30PM - 03:15PM The challenge of deterministic behaviour of automation in lesser cost - Click Here for More Info
Shilpi Jain, Vice President,QA Centre of Excellence & Sustaining Engineering, Yodlee
schedule 03:15PM - 03:45PM Tea Break
speaker 03:45PM - 04:30PM Life of an SDET - Click Here for More Info
Sanjay Kumar, ChroPath Creator. Product Evangelist, AutonomIQ

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