July 21, 2016




100 Tickets


8+ Professional Speakers

About the event

On behalf of UNICOM, we cordially invite you to participate at the Agile Leadership Summit 2016, scheduled to take place in Bangalore!

As leaders, we often put our teams and organizations first. We have a responsibility to foster continuous learning and improvement. And when we want to bring about change, the trick is introducing it in a way that is effective—not invasive—and lasting. If this were easy, it would not be called leading. So, join us at the Agile Leadership Summit to challenge yourself and increase your leadership mastery.

The program will offer parallel paper presentation sessions, keynote sessions and pre-conference workshops to share your ideas, explore on-going research, future development and to network with the professionals from academia amd industries.



UNICOM provides a broad range of Agile training courses from basic one-day Introduction to Agile through to accredited training such as Certified ScrumMaster. Conferences include the UK's premier Agile event the annual Agile Business Conference and specific Agile in Public Sector and Finance Sector conferences.

Big Data

UNICOM provides events and training in these areas that enable organisations to make better decisions the address topical issues such as Big Data, Sentiment Analysis, Analytics and KPIs. Also available are training courses in specific technologies such as Hadoop.


UNICOM has been a prominent provider of software and systems Development and Testing conferences and training. Its events and training including popular certifications such as ISTQB and Certified ScrumMaster and courses address upcoming challenges presented by moving to Agile, DevOps and Mobile environments. Conferences include SEPG Europe, Agile Business Conference, ALM Conference, TestExpo and Next Generation Testing Conference

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Test Automation - Click Here for More Info

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This core course provides a comprehensive understanding of using Quick Test Professional 11 as an automated functional testing tool for different environments through practical approach. The participants will use Quick Test Professional's graphical point and click interface to record and play back tests, add synchronization points and verification steps, and create multiple action tests and will include descriptive programming. They will build upon fundamental topics by using debug tools to troubleshoot tests and use additional checkpoints and product options to broaden the scope of business processes that can be automated. Once tests are created, they will discover and correct common record and play back problems. All topics are supported by demo or used cases that are based on real-life examples. Through discussions, the participants will learn to create steps that work with dynamic objects and data, use VBScript conditional and looping statements to control the flow of your tests and components, use Data Table methods,database connection objects to retrieve external data, descriptive programming and object identification.


09:00AM - 09:45AMTest Automation - automating of standard/repeated tests - Click Here for More Info
Suresh S, Senior SW Engineer, Robert Bosch
Ramachandra H, Test Specialist, Robert Bosch
09:45AM - 10:30AMFunctional and Non-Functional Test Automation - Click Here for More Info
Dr Ganesh Neelakanta Iyer, QA Architect, Progress Software
10:30AM - 11:00AMTea/Coffee Break
11:00AM - 11:45AMApproach for Effective Automation Framework - Click Here for More Info
Saurabh Gupta, Sr. QA Engineer II(AM), Make My Trip
11:45AM - 12:30PMAPI Integration with UI For Effective UI Automation - Click Here for More Info
Sandeep Kumar C, Automation Test Engg, Polycom R&D Center
12:30PM - 01:15PMRapid Automation Script development - Click Here for More Info
Shrinidhi Atmakur, Advisory Software Engineer, IBM
01:15PM - 02:15PMLunch Break
02:15PM - 03:00PMScript less automation using SWIFTest for Web based applications - Click Here for More Info
Sathyamurthi M, Business Unit Head – Testing Services, Sensiple Software Services
03:00PM - 03:45PMData-Driven Testing using Pandas and Nose test packages - Click Here for More Info
Swathi Yegireddi, Quality Analyst, Gramener
03:45PM - 04:15PMTea/Coffee Break
04:15PM - 05:00PMAutomation of Native, Hybrid and Mobile apps using Appium on Mobile simulators and real devices. - Click Here for More Info
Archana Jagdale, Software Test Specialist, IBM


Topic Abstract

In the Rapid Software development and testing, Test Automation has a very good scope for improvement.

We would like to address the automating of standard/repeated tests, which could generate test cases followed by Test procedure creation, Test execution and finally generates Test report.

Speaker Profile

Suresh Shanmugam

Role: Senior SW Engineer

Employer: RBEI

Experience in SW Testing domain: 4 years

Project: Sensor Project in Automotive Domain

Ramachandra H

Role: Test Specialist

Employer: RBEI

Experience in SW Testing domain: 7 years

Project: Sensor Project in Automotive Domain


Topic Abstract

To ensure product quality, we often restrict ourselves for functional testing. This includes web, mobile and backend runtime functional testing. However, non-functional testing plays an equally important role to ensure product quality. These include performance testing, security testing, load testing, API testing, Cloud Integration testing etc. In this session, we highlight some of the important functional and non-functional test principles along with automation challenges, automation approaches, tools and framework design principles.

Speaker Profile

Dr Ganesh Iyer, (Engineer, Technology Evangelist, Researcher, Professor, Blogger, Photographer and Dancer) is currently working with Progress Software Development as QA Architect. He is also a visiting faculty at IIIT-Hyderabad. He has received his PhD degree from National University of Singapore in 2012. He has several international publications including book chapters, journals and conferences. He has presented several number of talks, workshops on various technologies (Cloud, Mobile, IoT, Agile Quality Analysis) at different venues including Progress Exchange at Orlando, USA (2014), PUG Challenge (Boston, USA, 2015 and Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015), Decoding DevOps (Bengaluru in 2015) and many other technology events both in India, Europe and USA.


Topic Abstract

A well-defined automation framework helps to maintain higher reusability and develops easily maintainable scripts. It is very important to choose an effective automation framework for any project or organization which is more effective and can be used across projects and have higher ROI from the automation project.

To consider a framework, we must understand the requirements and select an approach to create an effective automation framework. Below mentioning few points which are important to consider to create an effective framework.

- What all kind of application need to automate? It might be Web, Webservices/API, Mobile, Desktop, specific application like Oracle, SAP, etc.

- Flow requirement? Single application or combination frontend and backend.

- Who all are going to use this automation framework for execution?

It can be used by QA, Developer or business people as well

- What kind of reporting we require?

- Do you require any separate logging for debugging?

- Is your framework require Performance Testing using those functional scenarios?

- Is any requirement of GUI testing?

- Do you require CI/CD integration?

- Do you require Code coverage also?

- Do you require Big Data integration too?

If we are clear of what we require then we can move to selecting tool, technologies, methodologies to create an effective framework. To achieve desired benefits the framework must be accurately designed and developed.

Speaker Profile

Saurabh Gupta is a member of QA team @ Makemytrip with a work experience of around 6 years. He has rich experience on functional automation testing and loves to explore new technologies with effectiveness for end users. Saurabh holds a Bachelor Degree from PTU, Punjab.


Topic Abstract

Expectation from the Automation team is always Quick Execution and Better Results. Agile is the current development trend, the most common thing is 2 weeks Sprint, For better product delivery the expectation is to find out the breakages in short period time, This is one of the reason which creating lot of dependency on the automation team.

Most of the UI Automation scenarios can be broadly divided into 3 parts, 1 is the Pre-condition, Actual Test Scenario, Collecting Execution Reports which could be screen shots, client logs and server side logs.

APIs are the backbone for most of the UI applications and most of the pre-conditions can be achieved using API’s… Advantages with this approach is,

1. Very Quick in Execution to set Pre-condition

2. No browser Dependency

3. More Accurate

Once the pre-condition is set from API, Actual Test scenario execution starts on the Browsers.

Speaker Profile

Completed My graduation from NIT Surat-2008, Joined Logica as Applicaiton developer and worked on Application development for 3 years and then moved to automation testing. currently working with Polycom R&D, Bangalore.


Topic Abstract

Rapid Automation Script development framework is a unique combination of data, keyword and modular frameworks , It provide guideline for developing automation script rapidly without prior skills of programming language or automation tools ( RFT , Selenium etc ) .

Speaker Profile

Shrinidhi Atmakur has 17+ years of IT experience , currently working for IBM India . He has deep expertise in automation development and designed and developed various automation projects


Topic Abstract

Web applications undergo constant changes to meet the evolving market demands and customer expectations. Hence Web application testing is always a challenge as we have to perform multiple manual regression testing cycles in multiple browsers as well. Our functional testing tool provides solution to overcome this challenge and helps customers to optimize their cycle time so that they can be competitive in their business.

Sensiple's SWIFTest is a lightweight & robust automation testing tool for web applications that reduces functional regression testing e?ort by as much as 65%.

The tool is built on top of Selenium and supports Regression testing of your web applications across multiple browsers & machines simultaneously.

Speaker Profile

Sathya is a PMP professional with 28+ years of work experience in Information Technology & Project Management including 15+ years in Quality Assurance for large companies and heads the Testing Services Business Unit at Sensiple. Sathya has extensive experience in setting up large Testing practices working closely with the customers.


Topic Abstract

Automation testing plays a crucial role to facilitate a user with quality software. The challenge begins when end user demands quality software with constrained resources and time.

In scenarios where applications require fixed set of actions to be performed, but with a lot of permutations and combinations of the various parameters, Data Driven Automation Framework is an ideal approach.

A generic algorithm is written which executes the test cases iteratively in a short span of time thereby increasing the test coverage. The framework is implemented in python in conjunction with selenium. The Python packages, viz., nose tests, pandas and selenium form the building blocks for the framework.

The algorithm is designed to generate a stream of URLS for all permutations and combinations of the various parameters which are fetched from a csv/excel file. Screenshots are captured for every URL rendered and response code status is captured in excel to analyze server errors.

The generated reports provide a very reliable and efficient mechanism to identify UI outliers and edge cases which otherwise would have been manually impractical. Re-usability of scripts/logic across projects with minimal configuration changes to meet specific dashboard/report requirements makes it a worthy investment. Running the scripts requires minimal human intervention ensuring higher accuracy and addresses the challenge of delivering quality software in a short span of time.

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Topic Abstract

Web applications undergo constant changes to meet the evolving market demands and customer expectations. Hence Web application testing is always a challenge as we have to perform multiple manual regression testing cycles in multiple browsers as well. Our functional testing tool provides solution to overcome this challenge and helps customers to optimize their cycle time so that they can be competitive in their business.

Sensiple’s SWIFTest is a lightweight & robust automation testing tool for web applications that reduces functional regression testing e?ort by as much as 65%.

The tool is built on top of Selenium and supports Regression testing of your web applications across multiple browsers & machines simultaneously.

Speaker Profile

B.E.I.T from Shivaji University with 8+ years of IT experience.

She has worked on on manual testing as well as on Automation testing tools such as VSTS Coded UI,QTP and Ranorex for projects in Content Management System, Product Lifecycle Management and Contract Management domain. For past four years, she has been working in IBM Commerce Emptoris Contract Management. She is responsible for automating various modules in C# using Ranorex tool for Emptoris Contract management product.

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1. Mobile devices to be carried by each of the participant. Either a phone or a tablet. Preferably one on each OS, Android and iOS.

2. Basic testing knowledge

3. Basic programming knowledge (Preferably Java)

4.Laptop with Eclipse environment for Android and Mac environment with xCode for iOS

Key Takeaways:

1. Getting to know the mobile ecosystem

2. Understanding the testing requirements in mobile space.

3. Building an automation framework customized to mobile app testing.

4. Gotchas in physical device procurement and lab setup.

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This course is a specially designed course for Software Architects, Business Architects, Analysts and Developers who are working on Big Data Storage and Analytics. This lab based course will provide them complete hands on knowlege on how to design and implement Big Data Projects using Hadoop File systems (HDFS) and AWS (Amazon Web Services) cloud.

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Are you a test manager or test director? Do you feel that your team lurches from one project to the next, working very hard but at the same time disappointing stakeholders, reinventing work products, and generally muddling through? Maybe your problem is that you do not have a clearly articulated test policy and strategy. What objectives are you trying to accomplish? How do you intend to accomplish those objectives? In this extremely hands-on, practical workshop, you will learn how to create actionable, relevant, concise test policy and strategy documents for your organization, and work on those documents. Our trainer will discuss the creation of test policy and strategy documents, then work interactively with workshop participants to create them. After each exercise, workshop participants will discuss and review each other as work. Companies are encouraged to send two or more test managers who can work together to define standard templates and worked examples for these two documents for their organizations.


Are you a test manager or test director? Do you feel that your team lurches from one project to the next, working very hard but at the same time disappointing stakeholders, reinventing work products, and generally muddling through? Maybe your problem is that you do not have a clearly articulated test policy and strategy. What objectives are you trying to accomplish? How do you intend to accomplish those objectives? In this extremely hands-on, practical workshop, you will learn how to create actionable, relevant, concise test policy and strategy documents for your organization, and work on those documents. Our trainer will discuss the creation of test policy and strategy documents, then work interactively with workshop participants to create them. After each exercise, workshop participants will discuss and review each other as work. Companies are encouraged to send two or more test managers who can work together to define standard templates and worked examples for these two documents for their organizations.

Who should attend:

VP - Enterprise Solutions
Lead Test Engineer
Head of Engineering
Director Engineering
Test Engineer
Product Manager in charge of Test automation
Senior Test Manager
Senior Associate
QA Manager
VP - Enterprise Solutions
Test Engineer
Product Manager in charge of Test automation
Assistant Project Manager
Associate Consultant
Deputy Manager, Quality
IT Manager
Principal Consultant
QA Engineer
QA Lead
EXFO Connect
Software Engineer
Sr. Project lead - Test
Sr. Test Manager
VP - Enterprise Solutions


Lecture: Creating a Test Policy
Exercise: Defining Test Objectives
Exercise: Defining Goals Metrics for Test Objectives
Exercise: Drafting a Test Policy
Lecture: Creating a Test Strategy
Exercise: Selecting Types of Test Strategies
Exercise: Customizing a Test Strategy Template
Exercise: Outlining a Test Strategy: Test Levels and Setup
Exercise: Outlining a Test Strategy: Test Management
Exercise: Outlining a Test Strategy: Configuration Management and Defect Management
Exercise: Outlining a Test Strategy: Test Management and Results Reporting
Exercise: Outlining a Test Strategy: Test Organization, Roles, Responsibility, and Training
Conclusions and Next Steps

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09:00AM - 10:30AMContinuous Testing & DevOps - The faster release cycles - Click Here for More Info
Suman Vohra, Test Lead, NEC Technologies
Davish Bhardwaj, Technical Lead, NEC Technologies
10:30AM - 11:00AMTea/Coffee Break
11:00AM - 12:30PMExtend DevOps to the Data warehouse - Click Here for More Info
Ramakrishnan, Associate Consultant, TCS
12:30PM - 01:30PMLunch Break
01:30PM - 02:30PMPre-shipment Automated Validation - an accelerated check-before-you-ship strategy - Click Here for More Info
Tanya Maini , Senior Test Engineer, NEC Technologies
02:30PM - 03:00PMTea/Coffee Break
03:00PM - 04:00PMPre-shipment Automated Validation - an accelerated check-before-you-ship strategy - Click Here for More Info
Tanya Maini , Senior Test Engineer, NEC Technologies

Topic Abstract

Is increased time to market and poor customer experience the concern faced, then "Continuous Testing & DevOps" is what you need. But what is Continuous Testing? And what is DevOps? DevOps is not a technology, a process or a standard; rather, it's an IT culture or movement that emphasizes ways in which development, testing and operations can collaborate efficiently.

DevOps comprises of 4 phases; Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Testing, Continuous Monitoring.

As IT organizations adopt a DevOps strategy, continuous testing (CT) becomes a key ingredient of the DevOps ecosystem. CT enables faster release cycles, more changes per release, upfront isolation of risks, and reduced operations costs. The approach to scale the traditional automation testing infrastructure, test environments, and test data management requires a culture shift using new tools and techniques.

Thus in nutshell, continuous testing synchronizes testing/QA with Dev and Ops processes and optimizes it to great extend, enabling organizations to beat the legacy issue of delayed time to market and delayed customer feedback.

More on "DevOps" and its key player "Continuous Testing" in further presentation.

Speaker Profile

Suman has 5.5 years of experience with NEC Technologies India Pvt Ltd., in Manual, Performance and Automation Testing. Currently acting as a Test Lead.

She is having experience in Feasibility test , Test Planning, Test Designing and Test Execution

Hold experience in test scripting using tools Selenium, Appium, Jmeter, UI Automation, and Selendroid

She has experience in testing of web based applications, mobile applications (Android, iOS, Windows) in Retail and Logistics, Mail Server and Mobile domain projects

She is also an ISTQB Certified Tester.

Davish has been associated with NEC Technologies Private India Limited, Noida for around 4 years and is currently acting as a Technical Lead. His overall technical experience is 8 years. Automations and tools integrations have been key areas in her career.

He has wide range of experience in network and storage domain Davish has developed many features in NEC products ranging from PFlow switches , GEPON cards, HYDRAstor.

He has also developed licensing feature, and AppleTalk integration in EFI Inc. product Fiery Core, during his tenure with EFI Inc. He is a very good programmer in python and C and wrote research paper on variable size chunking algorithms for data de-duplication. Davish is graduated in Bachelor of Technology (Honors in Computer Science)


Topic Abstract

A new trending IT culture to break through the lineage of delayed client feedback and increased time to market, is finally here for our rescue.

DevOps is the practice of operations and development engineers participating together in the entire service lifecycle, from design through the development process to production support.

Comprising of 4 phases; Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Testing, Continuous Monitoring, DevOps has proven its worth, since its evolvement.

The most important vital part of DevOps success is "Continuous Testing." It's a process of automatically and continually checking the changes in code. Whether it's a functional regression suite that runs with the check-in of every build, a smoke test suite at the start of every day or a performance test that checks SLA's every hour. The concept is more than automation; it represents consistent continuous validation that keeps the DevOps mission moving forward.

High potential tools namely Jenkins, AWS, GitHub etc. support DevOps in its long chasing goal. In conclusion, when "DevOps" and "Continuous Testing" join hands, does the cynical IT issues lose their ground.

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A newbie in IT world with 2 yrs of experience in software testing domain and a strong believer in "make the change happen".


Topic Abstract

Rapid application development and flexibility to make changes to make the product relevant, and with it, the demand of “Rolls Royce like” quality is the expectation placed on IT department. Improving the Software/code quality is just not limited to QA organization, its responsibility of the entire Software society.

DevOps connects development, quality assurance, and technical operations personnel in a way that the entire ‘build-test- release-run- repeat’ process operates as a factory, having clear roles and responsibilities and well-defined inputs and outputs to address inefficiencies like missing implementation deadlines and causing outages during or after implementation.

DevOps and Continuous Testing is most widely used across Java/.NET, Windows based applications but not yet familiar in Business Intelligence area. Building a Data Warehouse using DevOps and Continuous Testing has many obstacles to overcome. It is not enough to focus on the technical aspects, although these are challenging in themselves, you also need to adapt and grow your processes and people to realize the benefits of DevOps and Continuous Testing.

This presentation will explore how we can take Data warehouse/ETL testing to the next level by introducing DevOps and Continuous automated testing to their processes.

Speaker Profile

Ramakrishnan Vedanarayanan is a ISTQB Certified professional working as Quality Assurance Program Manager in Tata Consultancy Services with more than 11 years of experience in Software Testing which includes Strategic Planning, Process Improvement, Needs Assessment, Test Management, Quality Assurance, Risk Mitigation, Cost & Benefit Analysis, Team Leadership, Consulting.


Topic Abstract

As part of Agile transformation in past few years we have seen IT organizations adopting continuous integration principles in their software delivery lifecycle. Later organizations realized that overall optimization with continuous integration - alone - was just not helping to make the entire delivery lifecycle efficient and hence didn't made a significant contribution towards the organization efficiency and continuous testing focus was missing.

Many still consider and talk about DevOps as an absolute thing: developers and operations are the same thing. Of course, this is not the case. DevOps is a range, where on the far left we have old-style ops (very exclusive) and on the far right we have developers doing all the ops (very inclusive). the idea of DevOps itself is only possible due to wide variety of tools which have become available: Jenkins, OpenStack, STAF, Selenium, Vagrant etc.

This discussion covers author's unique experience as an automation expert in NEC Technologies India and showcase the success story of DevOps in continuous testing. Specifically, it covers:

* How development environments provisioned with production scripts and the ability to test new scripts can allow developers to experiment with Ops.

* How DevOps environment with the hosted test scripts can maintain stability in your organization while allowing people unfamiliar with the Ops world to get involved

* How DevOps practices can operate in a Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)-enabled environment.

* How IaaS and DevOps, when used together, can reduce software delivery cycle times, drive automation, and increase efficiency.

* How you can leverage the best of OpenStack in deploying DevOps environment in your organization

At the end, it covers a Case study which will cover how we moved one of our project from Non DevOps to full featured DevOps enabled project. In this I will cover all aspect of development and deployment, and how much we benefited.

Speaker Profile

Davish has been associated with NEC Technologies Private India Limited, Noida for around 4 years and is currently acting as a Technical Lead. His overall technical experience is 8 years. Automations and tools integrations have been key areas in her career.

He has wide range of experience in network and storage domain Davish has developed many features in NEC products ranging from PFlow switches , GEPON cards, HYDRAstor.

He has also developed licensing feature, and AppleTalk integration in EFI Inc. product Fiery Core, during his tenure with EFI Inc. He is a very good programmer in python and C and wrote research paper on variable size chunking algorithms for data de-duplication. Davish is graduated in Bachelor of Technology (Honors in Computer Science)


Topic Abstract

With an exponential rise in the demand of technology-driven products, manufacturers encounter a challenge in validating all interfaces of assembled products, each time the products are planned to be shipped.

Shipping the integrated products without the final interface-checks is a product quality threat, while performing a detailed series of manual validations impacts the shipment schedule adversely.

With the advent of the agile era of product development, cut-throat market competition and complex product architectures, this challenge has turned catastrophic.

Looking specifically at the storage domain, the storage servers which are meant for end-users or data-centers use, are assembled products consisting of major interfaces like: partitions, DAC, CPU, memory, disks, cache, ports, clock etc. are necessarily required to be tested for proper functioning before shipping.

A Pre-shipment Validation strategy uses automation as its backbone for comprehensive integration validation of all major interfaces of products at manufacturer’s end in order to unearth HW-SW integration defects and fix them timely, minimizing the products delivery time to customer. Backed by automation, this strategy helps in concurrent validation of any number of products with least number of human resources in an optimized and accelerated manner.

This paper provides a detailed insight of the Pre-shipment Validation strategy with its application to storage domain and telecom domain. It covers various scenarios, where using this automated and accelerated strategy proves useful resulting in time-to-market readiness and resource cost-optimization.

Speaker Profile

Tanya has been associated with NEC Technologies Private India Limited, Noida for around 5 years and is currently acting as a Senior Test Engineer. Software product testing, Test Automation, Mentoring and Training test engineers, Test Leadership and Consultation have been key areas in her career. She has been acting as a Testing SME for multiple development teams and is responsible for end-to-end high quality feature delivery to external QA teams. She has also revamped the testing processes within the organization. Tanya is an ISTQB Certified Software Tester and has always believed in innovating and renovating approaches to testing.

Tanya is graduated in Bachelor of Technology (Honors in Computer Science) and holds a Master's degree in Business Administration (Marketing).

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Framing the problem / opportunity
Ideation, sketching, exploration
Evaluating and focussing

Course Objective

Practice methods of UX design by working through a problem from briefing and framing through prototyping and pitching.


An open mind, a desire to work hard collaboratively and to challenge your thinking is required. Some background in design is preferred.

Benefits of attending

The workshop is oriented around learning by doing. Participants will be hands on thinking through a challenge and interrogating their thinking by sketching prototyping and pitching their solutions.

Target audience

Anyone who wants to learn and experience more about the process of design and design thinking particularly in digital and user experience design.

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Day – 1 (19th July 2016)

1) Introduction to Selenium
2) Selenium IDE
3) Selenium IDE ENV Setup
4) Selenium IDE Hands-on
5) Selenium RC
6) Selenium Webdriver
7) Selenium webdriver setup with Eclipse
8) Selenese Commands
9) Webdriver Package and Classes

Day-2 (20th July 2016)

10) Examples and Hands-on with different commands/classes
11) Page Object Model
12) TestNG introduction
13) Selenium Data driven framework - hands on
14) Selenium Modular Framework

Pre-requisite : Java Basics [ this course has been designed keeping in mind that the students are aware of Java Basics ]

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Breaking Away From Mainstream - Effective Exploratory TestingExploratory Testing is about the best use of available resources (time, skills, etc) and about finding as many bugs as possible within a set time frame. Sadly, it is not always considered when identifying suitable approaches for test strategies.

As testers, we learn about systems under test more and more during the lifecycle of a project. This knowledge can be utilised to extract value by adding continuously to our scripted or ad hoc test case repository.

Often, we will be asked to test with vague requirements, no documentation, asked to test very early, or while there is a high volatility of change in the requirements. These instances can be a perfect place to utilise exploratory testing to assist making the choice to deploy less risky.

Workshop Outline

What is Exploratory Testing?
Types of Exploratory Approaches
How to run an Exploratory Testing
How to know when to stop
Bug Bash, Bug Hunt, Bug Safari
Influencing Stakeholders on the topic of Exploratory Testing

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The Agile Manifesto was published in 2001. It took the software industry a good few years to truly understand what the manifesto means, and the principles behind it. However, choosing and implementing the right set of practices to get the true value from working the Agile way has been the biggest challenge for most!

While Agile has now gone mainstream, and as we get better at the development practices to being Agile, Testing has still been lagging behind in most cases. A lot of teams are still working in the staggered fashion - with testing following next after development completed.

In this workshop, we will learn and share various principles and practices which teams should adopt to be successful in testing on Agile projects.

Agenda :

- What is Agile testing? - Learn what does it mean to Test on Agile Projects
- Effective strategies for Distributed Testing - Learn practices that help bridge the Distributed Testing gap!
- Test Automation in Agile Projects - Why? What? How? - Why is Test Automation important, and how do we implement a good, robust, scalable and maintainable Test Automation framework!
- Build the "right" regression suite using Behavior Driven Testing (BDT) - Behavior Driven Testing (BDT) is an evolved way of thinking about Testing. It helps in identifying the 'correct' scenarios, in form of user journeys, to build a good and effective (manual & automation) regression suite that validates the Business Goals.

Key Learnings for participants in this workshop :

- Understand the Agile Testing Manifesto
- Learn the essential Testing practices and activities essential for teams to adopt to work in Agile way of working
- Discover techniques to do effective testing in distributed teams
- Find out how Automation plays a crucial role in Agile projects
- Learn how to build a good, robust, scalable and maintainable Functional Automation framework
- Learn, by practice, how to identify the right types of tests to automate as UI functional tests - to get quick and effective feedback

Pre-requisites :

- Basic working knowledge and understanding of Agile

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Test managers must take a potentially infinite job—testing a computer system - and accomplish it within tight time and resource restraints. It’s a tall order, but successful test managers have found proven ways to handle the challenges.

Managing the Testing process course will give attendees the tools they need to succeed as test managers, ways to measure and manage the skills testers need, the tools to hire, motivate and educate testers and the essential tools, techniques and critical processes that will help you manage and develop high-quality test systems that improve over time.

Learning Objectives

Through presentation and hands-on exercises, attendees will learn to:

- Analyze quality risks, determine test project scope, and prepare a budget and schedule.
- Develop test plans and cases that address the important customer needs.
- Institute and use bug and test tracking systems that support effective test reporting.
- Prepare for and manage the challenges of test execution.
- Build and retain an effective, loyal test team.
- Work and communicate effectively with managers and peers, especially in terms of communicating test findings.
- Understand the test effort within the context of the larger project.
- Allocate scarce hardware.
- Manage a test lab


Session Plan

Introductions, attendee objectives, and overview of test management

Defining your scope
- Aligning testing in the organization
- Aligning testing with quality
- Testing real-world use and configurations
- Sources of information on risk
- Using risk to guide the areas and extent of testing
Exercise: Risk analysis for the Omninet project

Estimating a schedule and budget

- Work-breakdown-structures
- Critical paths
- Test execution cycles
- Bug find-fix-confirm cycles
- Budgets

Exercise: Identifying test estimation factors for the Omninet project

Thinking and communicating with test plans

- Developing test plans
- Test plan templates
- Entry and exit criteria
- Test execution
- Planning risks for test plans
- Selling the plan

Exercise: Test planning for the Omninet project

Test system engineering and architecture

- Test systems and test system design
- Test templates
- Test documentation precision and detail
- Traceability
- Regression risk mitigation strategies

Bug reporting basics

- Bug reporting and tracking
- The importance of good bug reports
- Ten steps to better bug reports

Bug reporting refinements

- Classification
- Bug lifecycles
- Bug triage
- Defect removal models

Exercise: Improving a bug report for the Omninet project

Bug metrics and management

- Opened/closed chart
- Closure period
- Root cause Pareto chart
- Affected subsystem Pareto chart
- Defect detection percentage

Case study: Banking application bug metrics

Tracking test cases and suites

- A basic test tracking spreadsheet
- Test tracking process
- Extending the test tracking system
- Adding coverage traceability

Exercise: Test tracking for the Omninet project

Test metrics and management

- Management summaries
- Test hours progress
- Test case fulfillment
- Risk coverage
- Creating a project dashboard

Exercise: Presenting test status

Challenges of test execution

- Certainty versus progress
- Collaborative processes
- Result misinterpretation
- Holidays and cultures

Exercise: Test execution challenges for the Omninet project

Hiring and managing a test team

- Personality and skills
- Skills management
- Education and certification
- Organizing the team
- Hiring and interviewing
- Motivation
- Consultants and contractors

Exercise: Omninet test team

Politics of test management

- What is your job
- Where does the test team fit in
- Managing and communicating with your managers and peers
- Credibility and presentation

Exercise: Your political challenges

Testing context: Economics, lifecycles, processes

- Analyzing the return on the testing investment
- Testing within system development lifecycles
- Testing in other types of projects
- Process improvements and maturity

Exercise: Defending a budget

Managing a test lab

- Determining need for a lab
- Designing and stocking a test lab
- Security, safety, and configuration management

Testing hardware/software systems

- Effect of hardware on testing
- Engineering samples and configuration management
- Logistics
- Tester skills effects
- Estimation

Hardware testing fundamentals

- Electrical, environmental, and mechanical tests
- Thermal, reliability, packaging, and safety
- Compliance
- Hardware and software subsystems
- Pilot testing

Glossary, bibliography, and resources

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What Does it Take to Implement a Crowd Sourced Test Effort

Global outreach, quick time to market and a feature rich design are some of the major drivers in today’s market in determining a product’s success. Product companies are constantly on the lookout for innovative development and quality assurance techniques to take charge of these driving forces. One such paradigm software testing technique gaining popularity is “Crowd Sourced Testing”. The scale, flexibility, cost effectiveness and fast turnaround it has to offer are all being spoken about at length, in several forums. Is it such a perfect solution for all product companies to leverage? Not really.

In this half a day tutorial, I propose to delve into the depths of this topic, on “What Does it Take to Implement a Crowd Sourced Test Effort”. The flow of my presentation along with the time I would spend on each section is as outlined below:

1. A peek at Software Quality– 15 minutes: This section will set the stage for the discussion on Crowd Sourced Testing. Besides a few slides that I will present on this heading, I will ask the audience for their definition of software quality, as this will not just get them involved in the tutorial from the very beginning, but will also help them see how their answers co-relate to our discussion on Crowd Sourced Testing further along the way

2. What is Crowd Sourced Testing - 5 minutes: This will provide the introduction to the topic and get everyone on the same page on what Crowd Sourced Testing means

3. Understanding the varied forms of Crowd Sourcing with relevant examples– 15 minutes:This will help the audience see that the options are plentiful and that crowd sourcing can be customized and leveraged for varied product development needs

4. Exercise Time– 20 minutes:A couple of exercises at this stage will highlight the power of crowd sourcing and how collective wisdom of the crowd can fetch amazing results. It will also be a good activity to engage the audience over the course of the tutorial

5. Why is Crowd Sourced Testing important in the current day product development scenario - 10 minutes: This section will provide the next level of clarity on why we in Software Quality Assurance, as part of a product development team need to know about crowd sourced testing and possible ways to adopt it

6. When are the limitations in Crowd Sourced Testing- 15 minutes: This section is aimed at helping the audience understand that crowd sourced testing is not a straight forward solution to the problems at hand. It has its own challenges inherent in the model, the people involved and the process of adopting it. Acknowledging these is important to analyze and mitigate the challenges

7. Best Practices in Crowd Sourced Testing– 30 minutes: Having looked at the problems and challenges in crowd sourced testing, this section is one of the important ones in this tutorial that discusses the “what, when and how to crowd source in software testing”. Understanding these will go a long way in a successful crowd sourced test implementation

8. Know what not to Crowd Source– 10 minutes: Crowd Sourced Testing needs to be a very educated decision. As important it is to know what to crowd source, equally important is to know what not to crowd source, which is what this section is all about

9. Stakeholder buy-in for Crowd Sourced Testing – 15 minutes:Stakeholder buy-in is an inevitable step in the overall crowd sourced test process. Given its significance, this will be a separate topic of discussion covering various stakeholder impediments that may arise and what can be done to win their confidence in the model

10. Case Study – 30 minutes: A case study that discusses a practical implementation of crowd sourced testing in detail will be taken up. We will discuss not just what went well, but also what were the core learnings from this case, which were useful in subsequent implementations

11. Myths and Facts about Crowd Sourced Testing–15 minutes: As in any topic, there are myths about crowd sourced testing that need to be explicitly discussed and facts show cased. This will be one of the closing sections in the tutorial to help the audience leave with not just an understanding of crowd sourced testing, but also have any myths clarified

12. Call to Action – 15 minutes:The last few minutes will be used to discuss next steps and how the audience can take back these actionable learnings to their organizations. This includes both people who are already using crowd sourced testing in some shape or form and people who are totally new to this concept. The floor will also be open for additional Q&A, at this time. Questions will be encouraged along the way, to make the discussion interactive, but will be arbitratedto handle more detailed questions at the end.

Speaker Profile

RajiniPadmanaban As Vice President, Testing Services and Engagements, Rajini Padmanaban leads the engagement management for some of QA InfoTech's largest and most strategic accounts. She has over fourteen years of professional experience, primarily in software quality assurance. Rajini advocates software quality through evangelistic activities including blogging on test trends, technologies and best practices. She is also a regular speaker in conferences run by SQE, QAI STC, UNICOM, EuroStar and has spoken at several webinars. Her writings are featured in TechWell, Sticky Minds, Better Software Magazine. She has co-authored a book on crowdsourced testing, and was most recently nominated for the Testing Leader of the Year award, by UNICOM.

Due dates

It would be nice to have attendee email names a month ahead if possible. Anticipated audio/visual and other equipment

needsPowerpoint projection – will supply laptop

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Introduction to Enterprise Gamification Workshop Ross Smith

Contact information

Ross Smith, Microsoft Corporation, 425-706-3982,
RajiniPadmanaban, Sr.Director, Engagements, Quainfotech,

Workshop objective

Introduction to Enterprise Gamification, Designing playful and engaging business processes. This workshop will offer a hands-on approach to learn how to design games and apply gamification elements for the enterprise. The workshop will begin with an overview of successful deployments of game mechanics in business, with examples from IBM, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Applebees, Tesco, and others. Attendees with then be split into groups to brainstorm requirements, objectives, game design, play test, and present/pitch their findings to all workshop participants . Resources available will include an overview of game mechanics, game design principles, player and gamification personas, and engagement and play test techniques.


Half Day

Background and relevance of the topic

Gamification of business processes is a hot topic these days, with gamification often seen as a remedy for any business problem. The challenge, however, is that while game mechanics can show a temporary boost in engagement, a poorly designed game or incorrectly applied game mechanic will not sustain the engagement or effort needed.

Expected workshop outcomes

Attendees will complete the workshop with a better understanding of where games can (and cannot) be applied to business problems, and to what extent gamification can be used to engage users. In addition, the workshop will provide an introduction to:

- Overview of successful game deployments in business
- Populargamification elements: leaderboards, badges, puzzle types, probability and chance, etc.
- Gamification elements vs game mechanics (game mechanics are actions taken in the game system – as per the game theory)
- Use of player and gamification personas and skills assessment as part of game design
- Importance of Playand and engagement testing
- How to spot where gamification can fail
- Games as an enterprise social tool

Speaker Profile

Ross Smith really enjoys getting a paycheck to “play” with software for 25 years now, over 20 at Microsoft. Most of his career has been in testing and QA roles- including Test Architect. Prior to joining Lync/Skype – he spent 17 years in either Windows or Office. He is one of the authors of “The Practical Guide to Defect Prevention” and holds six patents, latest in Nov, 2012. 42projects has aspired to promote cultural change, “bring buzz and laughter to the hallways”.

In December 2011, he was invited to the White House for a discussion on women in STEM. The work of his teams have been mentioned in Fobest, The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, PSFK, the American Journal of Play, Harvard Business Review, and the London School of Business. He has a passion for applying innovative practices to improving software quality.

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Security Testing - Click Here for More Info

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09:00AM - 10:30AMControlled Failure Testing - a framework to increase your cloud's resilience - Click Here for More Info
Harish Nayak, Advisory Software Engineer, IBM
Suresh Kodati, Manager - Cloud Division, IBM
Albee Jhoney, STSM - Cloud Division, IBM
10:30AM - 11:00AMTea/Coffee Break
11:00AM - 12:30PMFuzzing: A technique for security testing - Click Here for More Info
R.Nageswara Sastry, Senior Staff Software Engineer, IBM
12:30PM - 01:30PMLunch Break
01:30PM - 03:00PMInbuilt Secure Application Development and Test in PaaS - Click Here for More Info
Pavitra T Maras, TEST LEAD, IBM
03:00PM - 03:30PMTea/Coffee Break
03:30PM - 05:00PMAutomation Toolkit for Security Scanning & Vulnerability Assessment - Click Here for More Info
Sukanya Krishnan, Senior Staff System Engineer, IBM-ISL

Topic Abstract

Controlled Failure Testing in a Microservices DevOps pipeline is used to test ability of the service to survive failures in the cloud infrastructure and dependent services. Microservices DevOps team can leverage this to identify and fix latent issues, before they become customer nightmares. It can also help ensure uniform & consistent implementation of the recovery best practices across all the Microservices, during the devops lifecycle. This session will delve into the details of the Controlled Failure Testing framework -- how to inject the different failure conditions in the cloud environment (better than Chaos Monkey) in a controlled manner, how it can help to increase the resilience of microservice hosted on the cloud, and how it can be integrated into the Continuous Delivery pipeline.

Speaker Profile

Harish Nayak, currently working as Advisory Software Engineer in IBM. With over 11 years of experience in testing and automation in the areas of Cloud Virtualization, Web applications, client -server technology & other technical environments, he leads the way for a new generation of automation engineers through adoption of cutting-edge testing practises. Prior to IBM, he has helped make software better at Ness Technologies/Vmoksha Technologies and Robosoft technologies. Harish holds a Masters degree in Information technology from Sikkim Manipal University.


Topic Abstract

Most important to any organization is 'data'. The data need to be protected when using any kind of application or product. If the application or product having security related problems then the organization's data will be compromised and causes financial/reputation loss. So security testing is more important along with the functionality testing. In this talk 'fuzz testing: one of the security testing techniques' will be discussed namely what is fuzz testing, what are the types of fuzz testing, how to do fuzz testing etc.

Speaker Profile

Nageswara is having 13+ years of experience in IT industry, having interest in security domain. With 'fuzz testing' technique he found many bugs in Linux kernel and user space applications.


Topic Abstract

Problem and Motivation:

Security has been the key inhibitor in the cloud adoption; the key reason being most of the control either in terms of processing, data storage or movement is with provider and not customer.

Cloud security is defined in the multiple paradigms that is IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, the scope of our problem is limited to the security in PaaS

We have targeted the problem of enabling secure applications are deployed by the customer.

The motivation for this problem had been that in case of PaaS, single VM can be running applications from different customers or single customer with different applications. Security breach in any one of the application can actually impact other applications and thereby risking all applications on the VM and deterring the image of the cloud provider.

Background and Related Work:

Platform as a service (PaaS) is a category of cloud computing services that provides a computing platform and a solution stack as a service. [Source: Wikipedia].

It is a service model where vendors provide application services, middleware (databases, messaging, etc) for the application developers to buid and deploy applications.

Using PaaS, the application developers can directly use the complete development environment as provided by vendors and create and deploy their code. This implies that customers do not have to build their own environment for building and deploying applications but can directly access PaaS services and use the same platform to deploy applications.

This implies in the PaaS environment, data must be accessed, modified and stored and any application vulnerability which can affect data in any of this phase of access, processing and storing can be deterrent for the application.

Below is the list of few of the security challenges in the PaaS:

- Security of customer data stored at multiple places (not necessarily a single disk).

- Secure clean up of customer data stored at local VM space or container in case of deletion or migration

- Security of PaaS environment/ framework like firewalls, SSL communication across services, authentication and authorization support for individual customers access, etc.

- Key management for encryption/decryption.

- Application developed using PaaS environment and deployed in PaaS

As part of related work, we found that security services are being enabled by PaaS Providers. Eg: PaaS providers have firewalls, support secure SSL based communication across services; have authentication/authorization feature and few more. PaaS also provides the application scanners as service for customer to use them based on their choice.

However, these are based on customer’s choice, our proposal is to discuss various security challenges in PaaS and bring security integrated application platform into PaaS so that application is validated to be secure enough for successful deployment.

Approach and Uniqueness:

We are proposing to include security analyzer framework into PaaS layer which will enable security integrated architecture for PaaS developed/deployed applications.

It is a framework which is plugin based enabling multiple scanners to be integrated based on customer requirement like Network scanner, Application scanner, etc.

The actual implementation of this will involve:

- Configuration file to:

1. Define type of security scanner

2. Level of security scanning – Default or customized

- Default – Policies defined in security policy file based on top industry defined security vulnerabilities which should be mandatorily passed by the application

- Customized – Additional policies defined by customer in security policy file.

1. Specific Industry Security standard validation eg PCI etc. Default is none

- Security Policy File

1. Security policies defined based on scanning level as configured by customer.

- Module to invoke security analyzer at point of deployment.

- Module to analyze the report generated by scanner and validate it with customer required security configuration as defined in security policy.

- Module to alert the customer of scanning validation pass and reporting the list of policy failures.

Results and Contributions:

Result of this proposal would be a plug-in which can enable Secure Application Development at PaaS layer which will contribute towards Cloud Security and promote cloud adoption with benefits as below:

- Customers get same secure application development platform as they build for in-house.

- Customers can be sure of security of their applications and get options to run various scanners based on their application requirement

- By enabling deployment of secure applications on PaaS, the provider protects not only the particular customer application but also other customer's applications running in same VM, and it also improves provider image and stand on security.

Speaker Profile

With 13+ years of Industry Experience having domain expertise in Embedded Systems, Firmware development and Validation, Functional tests, etc. Working with IBM close to 11 years with both Development and test expertise.

Well versed in all aspect of product/software life cycle with strong leadership skills.

Currently leading team in IBM p-series Management console activities focusing on BigData, Security, Cloud services.

My Expertise also includes in design and development of Firmware, Test Applications, Security Testing, Validation of firmware and related products.


Topic Abstract

Smart tool kit that automates security scans & analysis of generated scan reports. Aggregates similar vulnerabilities & automatically creates defects for each group.

Speaker Profile

I am Sukanya Krishnan with 8 years of experience in Software Testing. I started my career in NetApp, and worked as QA Engineer for Deduplication product. I was working there for 4 years covering - manual testing and automation mainly using Perl. Moved to IBM around 3.5 years back to Management Console Test Team. Have been working on manual and automation testing (using Java, Python, Selenium) on GUI and REST APIs for IBM's Hardware Management Console.

Round Table Discussion

This will be an interactive session where participants will join a table to discuss the round table topic. Each table has a "Topic Guru" to facilitate the discussion.

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Testing isn't just about execution of test cases. the execution is the result of all of the preparation done up front.

We as testers spend the majority of the SDLC preparing for execution, and in most cases have very little time to actually complete the execution itself.

Most often preparation focus is placed on timelines, scope, use cases and functionality.

The relationship between test execution, test data and test environments is often left mostly unexplored, and the more complex the test data setup, or the more integration points/ systems in the environment landscape, the more rigourous the preparation needs to be.

Here's the rub - the more complex the data or environment, the less time we seem to spend preparing for it.

This presentation explores the relationship between test execution, test data and test environments, and how, when properly prepared for, timelines and costs can be reduced.

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Event Speakers

Pavan Soni

Innovation Evangelist & Research Fellow

IIM Bangalore

Mukesh Gupta



Reginald Mudaly

Software Quality Assurance & Testing SME, Independent


Ashay Saxena

Doctoral Student in the field of Information Systems

IIM Bangalore

Wayne Cunningham

Independent Senior Consultant

Kabetech (Pty) Ltd

Ross Smith

Director of Engineering

Microsoft USA

Rajini Padmanaban

Vice President

QA InfoTech

INDIA Agile Awards

India Agile Awards will recognize those organizations and practitioners that have stepped away from legacy tools and processes to create Agile programs that define the future of Product Development, services and support. Executives and teams leading IT and Testing at these companies will be recognized among their peers at the India Agile Awards.

1. Lifetime Achievement of the Year 2016 (Honorary)
2. Agile Leader of the Year 2016
3. Agile Coach of the year 2016

1. Agile Project of the Year 2016 - Retail, BFSI, Manufacturing, Telecom
2. Agile Community of the year 2016 for India Agile Awards
3. Agile Tool/Product of the Year 2016
4. Agile Startup Company of the year 2016

Submission Deadlines:
Early Bird Submission : 15th June 2016 (Save on Submission Fees)
Standard Submission : 19th July 2016

Other Awards :
India Testing Awards    India Analytics Awards

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Security Testing

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Exploratory Testing

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Test Automation

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Test Strategy

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Mobile Apps Testing

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Agile Testing

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Big Data Testing

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Soft Skills for Testers

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Continous Testing

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Testing Metrics, Process, Project and Product

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Crowd Sourced Testing

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Gaming Mechanics in Enterprises

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Usability Testing

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