Date

July 20 - 21, 2017

Location

Bangalore

Remaining

200 Tickets

Speakers

30+ Professional Speakers

About The Event

World Conference Next Generation Testing 2017 will be happening in Bangalore on 20 - 21 July 2017, with focus on Technical Sessions featuring over 25+ Presentation exploring the depth and breadth of Software Testing. The Summit will be a key meeting place for Test Professionals and Executives from leading IT organizations globally .

India Testing Awards 2017 : India Testing Awards will recognise those organisations and practitioners that have stepped away from legacy tools and processes to create Testing programs that define the future of IT Software Development, services and support. Executives and teams leading IT and Testing at these companies will be recognised among their peers at the India Testing Awards ceremony co-hosted with World Conference Next Gen Testing 2017 on Thursday, 21st July 2017, in Bangalore.

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India Testing League 2017

This will be a quiz contest to identify India's most knowledgeable Software tester. This globally has run successfully by Next Gen Testing Community in Singapore, UK, USA, Australia & India and is organised annually in India.

Over 3000 testers from 320+ companies in India shall be participating in this knowledge oriented game/quiz, with experience ranging from 1 years to 20 years in software testing.



Agile Olympiad 2017

Agile Olympiad is an initiative of KPMG and UNICOM to run India's most prestigious Corporate Quiz on Agile.

The Purpose of this contest is to identify India's most knowledgeable Agile professionals. Will you bring laurel to your organization and to yourself?

Agile Olympiad will be organized by UNICOM and presented by KPMG in 2017.

Over 1500 IT professionals from 140+ companies in India and abroad would be participating, with experience ranging from 6 months to 25 years and professionals in Agile.


X Workshop Abstract

Course Description:
This course is designed to introduce Queuing Theory & its applications for evaluating the system performance during Performance Testing. This course provides a strong foundation on how to use mathematical principles to improve your performance tests & accelerate problem analysis in strategic manner.

This course will bring in a practical view of how to use operational principles of Queuing theory to engineer system performance evaluation. Though there are several sources available about the operational laws, but the engineering thought process about how to practically apply them for solving some of the key performance testing challenges is always missing. This course is an attempt to teach mathematical principles for non-mathematicians, through a simple & practical way. Hence, the course is designed carefully with many practical case studies to help Performance Testers to apply the mathematical laws to address day to day challenges in performance testing projects.

This course will serve as the foundation course on Queuing Theory for specializing in advanced areas like performance modelling or capacity sizing activities. At the end of this course, Performance Testers will understand how much mathematics is required / involved behind performance problem analysis & how to apply them in the projects.

In nutshell, this is a tool agnostic & domain agnostic course which deals with concepts & mathematical principles of Queuing Theory that can be applied for system performance evaluation during Performance Testing & for Performance Modelling.

Course Outline:
Introduction to Queuing Theory & its Importance for Performance Testing
Operational Laws
How to practically apply & solve Performance testing challenges mathematically
How to building a simple model - Practice session
Practical Case Studies
Assessment

Course Objective:
To teach queuing theory from the basics, particularly simple fundamental mathematical principles which can be applied by Performance Testers to validate the NFRs, validate performance tests, validate the workload used for performance testing, validate the bottleneck area, quantify scalability issues, etc. This course will aid in providing the fundamentals for application capacity sizing & performance modelling activities.

Target Audience:
Performance Testers, Performance Test Leads & Architects, Performance Engineers

Prerequisites:
Should have atleast 2 years of experience in web application performance testing using any commercial or Open source tools like HP LoadRunner, JMeter ,etc.

Trainer Profile

Ramya carries about 14+ years of industry wide experience in Performance Testing & Performance Engineering. She has handled performance engineering assignments for several Fortune 500 clients across wide range of business domains. She has great passion for learning & experimentation. She has held several senior leadership roles in her previous organizations (in Cognizant & Brillio) before starting her startup companies in India (www.elitesouls.in) & US (www.qaelitesouls.com) which focuses on Performance Testing & Engineering Services and Educational services. She enjoys solving technical problems for assuring the system for its performance, scalability, availability & capacity. Her key areas of interest include application capacity sizing, performance prediction analysis, performance modeling & predictive performance analytics. She runs an online academy for Performance Testers & Engineers.

She is a conference speaker & well known writer. She has published several papers, authored many articles & e-book. Her recent conferences presentations were at QAI-STC 2016, CMG India 2016 & NFTCON 2016 on topics related to statistical modelling, use of machine learning techniques for anomaly detection, performance forecasting, etc. Recently, she has won the CMG India 2016 best paper award & she is a board member in CMG India.


X Workshop Abstract

This one day tutorial is for both testers and developers wanting to perform Exploratory Testing as part of their approach to software testing. It teaches exploratory testing and how to apply it in a systematic and deliberate way. Learn how it use it to add depth to your testing by focusing on risk and understanding business value.

This class is experiential and contains practical exercises to help gain a basic exploratory testing skills.

The workshop will focus on the following aspects of Exploratory Testing:
- Heuristics in Exploratory Testing
- Models in Exploratory Testing
- Exploratory Testing Strategy
- Oracles & bug finding
- Reporting to others

You will learn:
- How to find bugs important bugs rapidly
- How to find bugs without test cases
- How to describe your testing to other people without using test case metrics

This tutorial requires a laptop, please bring one.

Trainer Profile

Anne-Marie Charrett is a software tester, trainer and coach with a reputation of excellence and passion for Quality and the craft of software testing. An electronic engineer by trade, software testing chose her when she started testing protocols against European standards.

Anne-Marie advocates a whole team approach to Quality. She sees software testing as a skilled activity that many might perform. She trains & coaches teams to help embrace this approach to quality with a contextual mindset.

In the past, Anne-Marie has developed software testing courses and lectured at the University of Technology, Sydney, and ran the Sydney Testers Meetup. She blogs at Maverick Tester and offers tweets @charrett

Anne-Marie is available for work through her company Testing Times where she offers consulting, training and coaching services.


X Workshop Abstract

The coaching that I do, focuses on improving skill through questioning and practice to develop a deep understanding of testing and how to perform it.

A coach can learn how to help both testers and developers to:
- Sharpen reasoning and critical thinking
- Explain your testing and why you tested
- Understand and deal with ambiguity
- Deepen your understanding of the testing you perform

The coaching model that I use is being developed by myself and James Bach. It uses Socratic questioning to probe testing knowledge, challenging developers and testers alike to think deeper and through practice come to a greater understanding of what testing is as well as how to test in a better way.

The intent is for both student and coach to leave coaching feeling enthusiastic about testing, with the motivation to continue self-learning.

The tutorial will examine the coaching model. We will look at the following:
- Socratic Questioning
- Coaching Task
- Managing a coaching session
- Evaluating Coaching

Attendees will have the opportunity to observe, analyse, practice and steer coaching sessions throughout the day.

This workshop is suitable for testers, developers and leads who want to learn how to coach team members in either a remote or local environment.

Trainer Profile

Anne-Marie Charrett is a software tester, trainer and coach with a reputation of excellence and passion for Quality and the craft of software testing. An electronic engineer by trade, software testing chose her when she started testing protocols against European standards.

Anne-Marie advocates a whole team approach to Quality. She sees software testing as a skilled activity that many might perform. She trains & coaches teams to help embrace this approach to quality with a contextual mindset.

In the past, Anne-Marie has developed software testing courses and lectured at the University of Technology, Sydney, and ran the Sydney Testers Meetup. She blogs at Maverick Tester and offers tweets @charrett

Anne-Marie is available for work through her company Testing Times where she offers consulting, training and coaching services.


X Workshop Abstract

- Agile Thinking
- Agile Methodologies (Scrum, XP, Kanban vb.)
- Comparison of Agile and Traditional Models (Agile vs Sequential Models)
- Scrum Framework (Artifacts, Roles and Meetings)
- Test Roles & Responsibilities in Agile
- Test Levels and Types in Agile
- Story, Task and Acceptance Criteria
- Test-Driven Development, Acceptance Test-Driven Development, Behavior-Driven Development (Experiences & Examples)
- Agile Testing Quadrant & Testing Tools
- Myths, Sins and Tips

Trainer Profile

- IT professional with 15+ years of experience as IT Consultant, Software Engineer, Software Developer and Software Tester for many different organizations.

- Highly experienced in Software Development Life-Cycle, Software Project Management, Business Analysis, Agile Methodologies, Usability, User Experience (UX), Quality Assurance and Software Testing.

- Published a number of papers and books within the Software Testing profession and contribute to the field by regularly attending conferences as a speaker, panelist, lecturer, moderator and contributor.


X Workshop Abstract

- Mobile Revolution & Trends
- Mobile Devices & Operating Systems
- Native apps & Mobile Web
- Real Device vs. Emulator Testing
- Building a Mobile Testing Strategy
- Choosing the right Mobile Test Automation Approach (To Automate or not! Decision making)
- Commercial & Open-Source Tools for mobile testing (Choosing the right tool, Tips & Hints)
- Myths, Sins and Tips

Trainer Profile

- IT professional with 15+ years of experience as IT Consultant, Software Engineer, Software Developer and Software Tester for many different organizations.

- Highly experienced in Software Development Life-Cycle, Software Project Management, Business Analysis, Agile Methodologies, Usability, User Experience (UX), Quality Assurance and Software Testing.

- Published a number of papers and books within the Software Testing profession and contribute to the field by regularly attending conferences as a speaker, panelist, lecturer, moderator and contributor.


X Workshop Abstract

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. (Depending on size of the group, we will learn this via an Agile Game!)

- 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

Trainer Profile

Anand is a hands-on and result-oriented Software Quality Evangelist with 20+ years in the IT field of which 17+ years in the software test field. He is passionate about shipping a quality product, and specialises in building automated testing tools, infrastructure and frameworks.

Anand writes testing related blogs and has built open-source tools related to Software Testing – WAAT (Web Analytics Automation Testing Framework), TaaS (for automating the integration testing in disparate systems) and TTA (Test Trend Analyzer).


X Workshop Abstract

Who should attend this workshop?

Following members have found the workshop useful:
- Anyone who is involved in software testing
- Members of Agile teams who love to release quality products
- Teams struggling to release on time
- Teams struggling with changing requirements

Key Learning Opportunities:
- How to derive test charters from user stories
- How to plan better in sprint planning
- Find important bugs quicker
- Be the idea generator of your team
- How to deal with complexity, confusion and uncertainty
- Build a good relationship with the programming team
- Provide an on-demand test report

Course Outline:
Introduction
- Understand the basis of good testing
- Know the different stakeholders and their impact on testing
- Why testers should get out of quality assurance business
- The roles of software testers in Agile teams

Key Idea: Test Idea Generation
- Use of Context Revealing Questionnaire
- Usage of Heuristics and Mnemonics
- Different sources of test ideas
- How can tools help us in test idea generation

Key Idea: Leverage the power of mind maps
- Introduction and benefits
- How to use them in different stages of the sprint
- How to use them to convey information better

Key Idea: Build your toolkit
- Scout for quick and cheap tools
- Make use of tools across the sprint
- Know the right tools

Key Idea: Bug Hunting and Bug Advocacy
- Find the right bugs
- Understand Heuristics and Oracles
- Deal with intermittent bugs
- Learn good bug reporting with highlights from BBST courses

Key Idea: Test Reporting
- Common problems with test reporting
- Impromptu reporting based on different contexts
- Usage of lightweight dashboards

Key Idea: Sharpen your Testing Skills
- What are the different skills
- Which skills does the agile team need
- Can we sharpen them daily

Testing Exercises (distributed throughout the workshop)
- Test idea generation and more heuristics
- Generate mind maps for feature tour
- Bug hunting and bug reporting sessions
- Live demo of a testing session
- Test reporting

Session Recap and Q&A
- Recap of the key points
- Session on the key problem faced by the team
- Any other questions and answers

Participants are expected to bring laptops with XMind installed and must have administrator privilege to install applications. There will be hands-on exercises to highlight the concept.

Trainer Profile

Ajay Balamurugadas has hands-on experience of over nine years in software testing in a variety of contexts. Starting with Waterfall model, he has worked in Agile teams in multinational companies and startups that got acquired by MNCs. This workshop by Ajay Balamurugadas is heavily influenced by his experiences with different Agile teams building desktop, web and mobile applications. He has attended multiple workshops like Rapid Software Testing Intensive, Exploratory Software Testing, Black Box Software Testing courses and used the lessons to create a customised workshop experience for the attendees.

Ajay understands the pains the teams go through in transitioning to Agile, trying to maintain a healthy burn down chart, being part of a team where there are no more specialists and to investigate the intermittent bug. His unique style of using mind maps to convey the information coupled with hands-on exercises make his attendees fresh and learn quicker.

Conference or Event Schedule


X Topic Abstract

Does test management have a place in contemporary organisations? Given that many companies are moving to cross functional teams, do we need test managers? Are these concepts relevant in today's agile approach to software development?

At Tyro Payments, we've built a team from 5 to 23 testers in one year. We've experimented with test management and the role of test manager. We've constantly evolved our ideas about what it meant to lead testing in a high growth organisation. We evolved from the concept of test management to one of test leadership.

This keynote will describe our growth, how we pivoted based on experimentation and learning. It will share some insights and traps to avoid. It will end with ideas about the future of test management and how it might fit into a future, where the only certainty is that testing will look very different to what is today.

Speaker Profile

I'm Anne-Marie Charrett and I offer software testing services through my company Testing Times.

An electronic engineer by trade, software testing chose me when I started conformance testing against European standards. I was hooked and has been testing since then.

I setup Testing Times in 1998 to meet the needs of companies looking for consulting and training in the field of software testing.

Software Testing Services

I offer the following services:

Exploratory Testing Workshops (1/2 day or full day)
How to Coach Testers Workshop
Test Management Support
Coaching Testers (In person or remotely)
Software Test Consulting
Speaker on Software Testing
Expert Witness
For more detail, visit my page on software testing services

I'm involved in the testing community both in Ireland with Softtest.ie (An Irish User Group) and the Sydney Testers Meetup where we are hosting monthly meetups.

If you want to find out more about me, listen to this podcast where I was interviewed by Software Test Pro. You need to be a Pro Member to listen to any archived podcasts, but you can listen to it here for free.


X Topic Abstract

So many subjects in software testing can appear to be complicated, but nowadays none as much as agile testing. Almost everyone has an opinion about it, and none can be taken as a “general” truth; except the fact that agile testers need to reflect a different mind-set and agile testing requires distinct approaches.

Beyond any doubt, whether you establish a solid agile testing framework yourself or someone does it for you, it will bring many benefits. Some of the most critical ones include: a powerful foundation to cope with the agile challenges and a systematic approach to shorten the time-to-market delivery by supporting the quality of your software products in preliminary stages.

My session mainly focuses on the myths/challenges of agile testing including; different agile methodologies (Scrum, XP, Kanban etc.) and fitting test approaches, agile team structure and testers' independence, agile testing techniques and need for regression testing, test automation and tools. Hopefully the attendees will leave the session with an understanding of how to choose their agile testing approach and how to make the right test automation decision.

Key Benefits for the Audience:

- Understanding the Agile World, Agile Myths & Agile Testing Challenges
- Establishing the right Agile Testing Strategy
- Understanding the User Experience & Usability Testing Concepts in Agile
- Making the right Test Automation Decision
- Choosing the right Agile Testing Techniques & Tools

Speaker Profile

- IT professional with 15+ years of experience as IT Consultant, Software Engineer, Software Developer and Software Tester for many different organizations.

- Highly experienced in Software Development Life-Cycle, Software Project Management, Business Analysis, Agile Methodologies, Usability, User Experience (UX), Quality Assurance and Software Testing.

- Published a number of papers and books within the Software Testing profession and contribute to the field by regularly attending conferences as a speaker, panelist, lecturer, moderator and contributor.

Panel Discussion : Software Testing In the World of Automation


X Topic Abstract

The automation of knowledge work has the potential to drastically change business by creating a new class of "Digital Labor"

Similar to Cotton Gin revolutionized farming and production, cognitive technologies that learn, understand and process languages, patterns and images like a human is poised to transform businesses all round the world.

Testing Business is no exception. A quick math will convince us. We have moved from 100k $/year on traditional onshore labor to 38$k/year to offshore labor to our new Digital Test Labor of 13k$/year( no shore… its all software) . Our testers will work with a test machine and give magnificent results.

The author would present a unique Next Generation framework for testers where TCOE , Test offshoring services will die a natural death. The new framework will enable testers to improve their value in taking innovative decisions rather than doing repetitive tasks in testing . When 100 million knowledge workers across the globe may be impacted by automation, CRPA, RPA, It is time for our testers to adopt and use RPA extensively. I call it "Uberization of Test Outsourcing".

CRP-TAF will have rule based automation, intelligent process platforms, cognitive test platforms and will take the software tester to a value chain from Manual execution> scripting>orchestration>test autonomics>Cognitive testing The paper will discuss of the new synergy which will unleash with a Test Robot and Tester and how with CRPA. The author will also discuss the good, bad and ugly of Testing Market place as to how CRPA will impact the buyers, onshore providers, TCOEs, Test Factory

The good news of this NG CRP-TAF framework will be helpful for that day when testers and test robots ( bots) will blend and create a new workplace which we aren’t aware of.


X Topic Abstract

Building a real-(mobile)-device lab for Test Automation is NOT a common thing – it is difficult, high maintenance, expensive! Yet, I had to do it!

Setting the stage - I am coordinating all Testing activities for VIU - an OTT (over-the-top entertainment) product available on Android, iOS and WAP platforms. This product delivers high quality, popular video content in various different languages for consumers in various different regions. One of the main items in my charter is to implement functional test automation for consumer / user functionalities, and to provide quick feedback to the team and stakeholders on the "true" state of the product on all supported platforms for VIU.

In this talk, using the above set context, I will be sharing the following:

> The automation strategy
> Chosen tech-stack
> How (and why) no cloud-based solution worked for me
> Implementation details - MAD-LAB - which arose from the learnings of the failed experiments - which resulted in setting up my own real-device in-house lab.
- The core implementation (code) of MAD-LAB (already open-sourced)

Takeaways for attendees:

> Learning from my experiments (what worked, or didn't)
> Approach to testing an OTT (entertainment domain) product
> How to build a Test Automation Framework using cucumber-jvm / Appium
> Implementation details to Manage Devices, Optimizing Test Execution via distribution, Appium server, Custom Reporting etc., enabling automatic test execution via CI on each new app build, and more.

Speaker Profile

Anand is a hands-on and result-oriented Software Quality Evangelist with 20+ years in the IT field of which 17+ years in the software test field. He is passionate about shipping a quality product, and specialises in building automated testing tools, infrastructure and frameworks.

Anand writes testing related blogs and has built open-source tools related to Software Testing – WAAT (Web Analytics Automation Testing Framework), TaaS (for automating the integration testing in disparate systems) and TTA (Test Trend Analyzer).


X Topic Abstract

In agile, the gate keeping has received a boost; in a shift left move, TDD and BDD have pushed those gates to be moved out of the test phase to the feature management phase. The emphasis on ensuring that features in a sprint make it to the release, has placed greater emphasis on assessing the testing needs as well as ability of the development to meet those needs. In this regard, this topic examines the new role of the tester in configuring the contours of his/her role as well evolving the necessary tools to successfully execute those.

Speaker Profile

With over 18 years of experience in the BFSI and retail sectors with specific focus on end-to-end delivery, managed test services, Kishan Sundar is responsible for the Digital offerings at Maveric. He spearheads digital design thinking, strategise customer experience testing frameworks and manages Maveric's CONTINUOUS ASSURANCE solution for our partners on mobile and digital applications by using Maveric's Proprietary Framework and Test OPS, as well as heads Maveric’s Digital Centre of Excellence.


X Topic Abstract

DevOps is an Cultural and Professional movement. How these organizations are 2 times profitable and how to adopt the Culture and Principles of High Performing Software Organizations like Netflix, Google, Amazon, Target, Etsy.. into our organization for Faster Delivery, High Quality and Continuous Improvement.


X Topic Abstract

Agile, Faster Time To Market, Reduced Cost, Higher Quality – all mantras of the past few years that still hold good. Transforming to ensure better ‘customer experience’ is what organisations want test teams to focus on now. Test teams are now expected to not just “shift-left” testing, but also shift-left behaviour patterns into high performing teams.

How then do we bring about a predictability to a release? A predictability to what your customer experience may be?

As a part of this short talk, we explore some of the ways one can focus on parts of your business process that are essential to customer experience, whilst sticking to the spirit of Agile


X Topic Abstract

Every cross functional Agile Team has a set of specialists who pitch in at various time to ensure a backlog is ready to be customer shippable sprint by sprint. These could be development specialists, test specialists, documentation specialists, operations specialists, business analysts and other specializations. As in mathematics the ratio of each of these is critical to the success of any sprint as their skills lend expertise and learning to others. In this session we explore if the number of devlopment specialist to test specialist within a cross functional agile team has a golden ratio? In this experience report what will be covered is learnings from scenarios where there is no test specialist in the team to a ratio where number of test specialists are more than development specialists. What will be covered are examples of sample ratios and the good and the bad of these ratios to an actual scenario. The implications of getting this ratio are discussed not just from product development but from a financial, people and type of company (startup, enterprise, service, product). In the end the session should help product owners, scrum masters and scrum team members get a insight into this crucial element of any agile project


X Topic Abstract

Our search systems are used by airlines and online travel agents to search for flight recommendations. The system is built to scale for 1 billion searches per day. It is a challenging environment to test a system of such scale. The problem is non-trivial since we release at faster pace of 2-3 weeks per release with product features, bug fixes and regulatory enhancements. This session will talk about how we test and scale this challenge of scale with different approaches, testing tools and methods for high growth and demanding traffic. The downside of not meeting such scale is that we lose out travelers looking at our customer websites. Our key goal is to assure our customers that our search system will grow to their variety of demands arising from their selling channels and websites. In this session will discuss couple of case studies where we use testing tools like canary testing, shadow or look alike environments, predict early alarms on scalability issues. The key takeaway for audience is to understand the problem of scale and how testers can help in achieving the design to scale using tools and methodologies


X Topic Abstract

Infrastructure-as-Code brings in efficiencies and challenges. With reduced human involvement, the root cause of problems in production can be harder to trace. This is where it is advisable to return to the basics. That is, identify problems as early as possible, right from the development phase. Developers are familiar with this concept, known as Test Driven Development. Test Driven Infrastructure takes this concept to the world of DevOps, wherein as we develop automated processes in Ansible, Chef or Puppet, we keep building up a suite of unit tests, integration tests and acceptance tests.

In this session, we will explore techniques for defining Test Driven Infrastructure, with a few specific use cases. Firstly we will consider reasonably well-understood techniques with respect to the following use cases:

i. Continuous Deployment
ii. Online Upgrade
iii. Infractructure Monitoring

Then, we will delve into a couple of more challenging and open-ended use cases:

i. Disaster Recovery
ii. Test-Driven Compliance

The goal of this session is to impart practical tips and tricks, using code fragments mostly in Ansible. The test cases will be implemented in a few commonly used framewoks like Test Kitchen, ServerSpec and Cucumber. Reliability has to be demonstrated, and hence, we will close the session with a few best practices for generating test reports.

Speaker Profile

Monojit Basu is the Founder and Director of TechYugadi IT Solution & Consulting, Bangalore. He is a big fan of Test Driven Development and has influenced and led teams into adopting this technique since the early days of JUnit. He has also been involved in the design of test mechanisms involving failure injection, for reliable, scalable, distributed systems. He played the role of Technical Architect in development of the Glassfish Application Server meeting the requirement of five nines availability, and in the development of webMethods Adapters Framework. Later in his career he moved into product management a IBM Rational. In his current role, he works as a consultant on Cloud and Big Data platforms and is a Cloudera-certified Hadoop developer. He has been a speaker at conferences on technology across the globe, including JavaOne and IBM Innovate.


X Topic Abstract

What is a keynote? What does a keynote speaker do? What does the audience expect of a keynote? In uncountable conferences, I have often pondered over these questions. One answer I have often got from this introspection is that the least a keynote should do is tell the truth. Where does the testing industry stand? Is there any real progress? Have our questions changed? Have we matured? Has our perspective changed? There are so many questions which deserve a true answer or atleast true discussion. In this keynote, I plan to address this. Don't expect any talk of where the testing world is headed in future. I think it is still revolving around the same axis, an axis which is the lost truth.


X Topic Abstract

Key trends and technology focus areas in digital business include (i) elimination of middlemen (ii) Cognitive intelligence demonstrated by machines and robots (iii) Changing workplace with self-service, BYOD, co-existence of and traditional workforce with millennials and robots (iv) Multi-channel customer connect with IOT/wearables integration (v) Pervasive technologies/autonomics/predictive analysis for customer experience. Agile and DevOps are fast catching up to meet the digital transformation needs of businesses.

Application development and Maintenance, known for large deals and an annuity revenue stream for IT services organization has seen a shift in line with digital transformation trends. Businesses are optimizing their application portfolios, industrializing the routine IT delivery needs, and undertaking multiple digital transformation projects. The boundaries of software delivery are eliminated with operations, development, testing, infrastructure & deployment teams working together in DevOps life cycle. The key IT services in demand today are Agile/DevOps delivery, Automation, Cloud, Cognitive Intelligence for Business Technology through Robots.

What does the future of IT look like in this changed world of Business Technology? What is expected from IT in terms of Process, People Skills, and Tools/Technologies? Renu would discuss the current trends in business that shape technology outlook, and how the technology and service providers should prepare to cater to the needs of the digital business.

Speaker Profile

Renu Rajani is VP in Financial Services at Infosys. She is a seasoned IT services/consulting leader with 27 years of experience. Renu's experience spans across delivery, transformation, providing technical solutions, outsourcing governance, and consulting. Prior to Infosys, she has served Capgemini, Citi, IBM, KPMG Consulting in key leadership roles.

Renu is also an active blogger on digital quality assurance, technology, and managed services and has a follower base of over 15K on social media. She has been a key contributor to Capgemini/Sogeti/HPE World Quality Report during 2015-17. She has led the creation of go-to-market offerings in the area of digital, DevOps, and business assurance.

Renu has been recipient of the Testing Thought Leadership award in 2008 by PureTesting and Testing Leader of the year award by Unicom in 2015.

Her recent “Testing Practitioner Handbook” brings together some of her popular blogs on latest technologies and QA considerations in a book form. Renu authored her first book on software testing in 2003 with McGrawHill and the same is a text/reference book in many universities.

Renu holds an MS from the Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University USA, an MBA in Finance from DAVV Indore, and a B Tech in Computer Science from IET, Lucknow University. She is an IBM Sr PM certified with DPE/SM discipline, and holds the ITIL V3, CAIIB, and PMP Certifications.


X Topic Abstract

Change is a constant phenomenon” As the technology advances, the world has changed too to keep pace with the technology. Be it the software world, be it the developer approaches and so is the testing world.

The testing community has come along a long way, faced lots of challenges along their journey to reach where they are today. At each milestone, they faced a new challenge, overcame it and moved on to next milestone. Now they are facing the biggest challenge of all, the Internet of Things or IoT as it is popularly called.

To begin with, let me take you through the tester’s journey over the years. The general perception is "Testing was a smooth ride" and when we look back and compare the testing we used to do with the testing that we do today, it was indeed a smooth ride.

-- We had waterfall model, Les Automation, Long bug cycles and 2-3 major releases an year, so testers sat relaxed. Internet revolution began. Internet of geeks (1995 to 2000) was followed by Internet of masses (2000-2007) which finally led to Mobile revolution. The Mobile revolution began and testing experienced their first bumpy roads. Our terminology changed, thinking changed, approach towards testing changed. The screens got smaller and the complexity got bigger. Soon "Collaborative forces" joined hands and testers began to worry about how they would survive this challenge. Open source tools flooded the markets. They did not have a strong net presence, thus making it very difficult to learn and master.

Developer approaches changed. A web page is no longer created using one language. E.g. A single web page is now constructed using a bunch of languages, like Flex header, Ajax tickers, c# web pages, and each hit on the page going to invoke a web service. To save costs, we were given open source tools, and there is not a single tool to test all these at once. E.g. You need SoapUI for web service, selenium for automation and FlexMonkium to test the flex code. Each tool needed to be learned, and then tested if it covers the testing needed.

Cloud posed more challenges in terms of Governance limit. And Agile, just didn’t give us time to test all! Daily builds, very fast bug cycles ensured apps get delivered quickly and time to market is vastly reduced but a tester no longer remained just a “tester”. He started to build, deploy, test and code.

The testing world began to look Automation as a solution to all these problems. The end result: The testers became programmers! The testers became developers, wrote codes, created frameworks and delivered. This adaption was considered as a pinnacle of testing and all thought that’s the end of challenge for testers, but as mentioned that Change is the only constant, a new challenge emerged and stood right in front of the testers. This is IoT.

The whole journey looks like a reality TV show. You perform and move on to nest challenge. You don’t perform and you move out. IoT quietly entered in our lives and no one is spared from its effects. The whole world is no more seen as consisting of countries and states, rather it is seen as a world of interconnected devices which is constantly pushing data in the servers located world wide. The question remains : Are We Ready For This Challenge?

In my presentation, I will try to put togather a testing strategy to test IoT from a tester's point of view. I will explain what should they do to test IoT, what are the test types they should deploy and what should be the tools they can use to formulate an effective methodology to test IoT.

In the end, there is a lessons learned section which will summarize entire talk.

Speaker Profile

Vipin Jain has got 18 years experience in the IT industry. He has accumulated a deep knowledge in software projects, their methodologies and quality. He has dedicated the last 14 years of his professional career to the Quality area. Currently working with DeCurtis corporation as project manager, he is involved in establishing QCE at his company and is heading the delivery operations. An avid Speaker and writer, he loves speaking at conferences and delivered many presentations at national and international levels. He is member of Review Committees of various international organizations. Recently he presented two papers in Poland in June 2017. In past, he has presented papers in AgileTestingDays, Asia 2017, QA&Test, (Bilbao, Spain), 2016, ExpoQA (Madrid, Spain), 2015 and QA&Test, (Bilbao, Spain), 2012. Few of his papers got published in Testing Planet, Nov ‘14 issue, and Testing Planet magazine, in Nov ‘12 issue. He has a proven record of implementing and refining test processes for various clients across the globe. He is also involved in writing several books in Software engineering and web technologies


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This session aims to cover various important NFRs (non-functional requirements) that are required for mobile apps and ways to achieve them.


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With the phenomenal growth in digitalization, industries are striving towards newer trends and technologies. In the current scenario, organizations are confronted with the enormous data, newer business models, robotic innovations and pressure from incumbents in niche technological opportunities. With respect to quality assurance, enterprises vision have gradually moved from the redundant testing to Bot-led automation. AI and Analytics have created a spark to transform traditional test automation to smarter automation. But few challenges in this journey towards futuristic automation would be: data management, defect management, information exchange rate, requirement changes, diverse technologies and frequent upskilling. Smart capabilities of intelligent automation systems provides an opportunity to overcome these challenges. Intelligent Automation Systems are autonomous automation, cognitive automation and predictive analytics. Autonomous automation enhances quality through analytics and self-learning at a reduced cost. Here tests are automatically selected for only the impacted test cases by correlating code check-in and test suite information. Cognitive automation enables autonomous generation of test scripts through natural language processing and machine learning. Predictive analytics provides qualitative insights across the software lifecycle. These automation strategies and methodologies will unleash the new era of cognitive testing in the forthcoming years

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IT leader with demonstrated 19 years of experience in architecture, design and implementing cutting edge solutions to address business opportunities. Expertise in SOA, Data & Analytical technologies with hands-on experience in building major business as a strong strategic leader. @Cognizant, he heads the products and platform group responsible for building cutting edge solutions in the Analytics/Machine Learning, Service Virtualization, Test Data Management and Cloud.


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Internet Of Things (IoT) is a very important buzzword now & with new advancements in device-to-device or device-to-server communications, Performance Testing tools are still evolving to bring-in right protocols in their test suites to validate the IoT system performance characteristics.

Though most of the IoT protocols use a TCP or UDP transport layer for communication, there are millions of smart devices used in IoT systems, with each device using custom or standard protocols for their communications. Hence, one of the biggest challenges with the IoT is the lack of protocol standardization.

Very few Performance Testing tools claim to have support for all the key IoT protocols like REST API over HTTP, MQTT & CoAP. Performance Testers need to be aware of new dimensions introduced by IoT applications that are not available in web and mobile applications. Hence, the IoT application performance test strategy should be carefully designed to assess the IOT performance characteristics in right fashion.

Due to lack of protocol standardization & huge data involved in predictive analytics, there are various challenges to be tackled during performance testing. This paper details the key considerations in the performance test strategy, solutions for default How-To questions & challenges to be mitigated for effective performance testing in IOT environments.

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Ramya Ramalinga Moorthy carries about 14+ years of industry wide experience in Performance Testing & Performance Engineering. She has handled performance Testing & Engineering assignments for several Fortune 500 clients across wide range of business domains. She has great passion for learning & experimentation. She has held several senior leadership roles in her previous organizations (in Cognizant & Brillio) before starting her startup companies in India (www.elitesouls.in) & US (www.qaelitesouls.com) which focuses on Performance Testing & Engineering Services and Educational services. She enjoys solving technical problems for assuring the system for its performance, scalability, availability & capacity. Her key areas of interest include application capacity sizing, performance prediction analysis, performance modeling & predictive performance analytics. She runs an online academy for Performance Testers & Engineers.

She is a conference speaker & well known writer. She has published several papers, authored many articles & e-books. Her recent conferences presentations were at QAI-STC 2016, CMG India 2016 & NFTCON 2016 on topics related to statistical modelling, use of machine learning techniques for anomaly detection, performance forecasting, etc. Recently, she has won the CMG India 2016 best paper award & she is a board member in CMG India.


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A brief about Manhattan TMS

- 40% of the top 20 retailers in US (by revenue) use our Transportation Management System

§ 40+ percent of all U.S. domestic grocery products consumed in the U.S. are transported with our TMS
§ In SaaS offering of TMS we host close to 1300 -1500 carrier users interact with 15 shipper companies on a daily basis
§ 20,000 – 30,000 shipments are built and tracked on a daily basis in SaaS TMS

End to End visibility in supply chain is very critical and this helps the entire supply chain in making more informed business decisions based on real-time information. TMS Mobile Application was built kept in mind catering to solve last mile delivery problems by reaching out to large number of carriers in the network. This application provides a platform for carrier companies to easily communicate with shippers and provide real-time information on their shipment deliveries.

This paper provides an insight into some of the relevant challenges faced while testing such a mobile app, while also shedding light on the solutions undertaken to overcome these hurdles.

- This application is used by non- technical users, Testing catered to the roles directly tied to the end customer like driver, customer service operator etc focusing role based testing

- The application is first of its kind to be uploaded to App Store & Google Play store, adherence to standards had to be maintained in test strategy, Security of the Application is key as it is outside the domain

- Innovative tools were used to ensure right automation in place for us to be able to make frequent release to market, used a combination of backend and front end automation and integrated with Continuous Integration environment

- In order to provide scalable solution to adapting newer devices UI automation using real devices in in-house lab was done

- Load testing was important as many carrier users login to app and server would be capable of handling all requests at a time especially concurrent users

- Innovative non-functional testing techniques were implemented to cater to the subtle needs of customer, which are typically unstated in requirements like battery life, weak network connectivity, mobile data consumption, RAM & internal storage, UI loading time and offline tracking.

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Anukampa has been leading Quality Assurance Group for TMS Product for Manhattan Associates, Inc. She has over 10 years of experience in Transportation Management and she has been part of many key implementations for Transportation Optimization. Anukampa has over 14+ years of industry experience. She possesses unique blend of business process and technical skills. She has been working extensively in understanding business challenges in transportation and how to leverage technology platform to provide solution. She has bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering and master’s in business management specializing in logistics & marketing.

Aashish Prasad has been working at Manhattan Associates as a quality analyst for the last 2 years. He has been primarily working on software quality testing for mobile applications as well as web applications. Currently, he is working within the Transportation & Logistics product suite and has utilized his functional expertise to enhance the product so that it is tailored to meet the customer’s requirements. He has completed his master’s degree in manufacturing engineering with business management from the University of Warwick in the U.K.


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Now a day every customer wants a quick solution for their products and services. To run a business everyone needs to have CRM. Here comes the big question- Which platform a customer should adopt. I would like to put Salesforce in the Spotlight, which is one of the best CRM solution in the Industry and has leading customers worldwide.

With over 1,500 CRM software reviews and overall score of 88/100, Salesforce CRM scored highest among 30 other CRM providers.

Salesforce platform is quite flexible and easy to customize. It gives investment advisors a platform to build deeper relationships and deliver an enhanced experience to their clients. Salesforce is a multi-billion-dollar company that handles over a billion transactions per day! It's continuously expanding, improving, and innovating to remain on top as the number one CRM. They have an enormous amount of resources at their disposal and because of this, they push the boundaries of what's possible for a CRM.

Salesforce have some of the best, brightest and most innovative cloud and thought leaders at the helm of their organization.

I would also like to explain the Salesforce process which includes Sales cloud, Service cloud & Marketing cloud.

Testing Salesforce applications are quite interesting due to its easy customization. Our approach to test Salesforce application is quite different from other approaches.

1. To avoid the bugs and CR's we also follow the approach of static testing by reviewing the requirement documents along with deliverables like Clarification & Suggestion logs.

2. Less rework makes our testing process faster. we avoid making lengthy testing documentation , Rather we follow check lists and mindmaps.

There are lots of reasons why you should choose Salesforce as your CRM no matter the industry. Salesforce is more than a one-size-fits-all CRM; it's versatile, it's multi-purpose and it's universal, making it the best choice for everyone.

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Surbhi Aul has over a decade years of working experience in diversified domains like Information Technology, e-commerce, hospitality & manufacturing. She heads the Testing team at ETMarlabs which is a Salesforce Gold Partner and has extensive knowledge on the Salesforce platform.

She is deeply in love with her profession and always tries to explore and evolve the best strategies in helping her team deliver the best outcomes in quality assurance. Surbhi is an active contributor to various national and international competitions and is an enthusiastic blogger on various topics including testing. In her professional journey, Surbhi has also successfully acquired many industry recognized certifications in the Testing platform.

Apart from these professional activities, she unleashes her creativity in just about anything. In her words, Success = Passion + Enthusiasm. She believes in "If one is interested in something then he/she will do it until one succeeds".


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The goal of this is to raise awareness about application security by identifying some of the most critical risks facing organizations. Specifically, mobile app security is paramount for any enterprise today. As is true in traditional application (desktop and web) development, security cannot be an afterthought for mobile app development. It needs to be a consideration throughout the entire lifecycle, from planning, development and testing to release and analysis.

In this talk we will be covering basics about mobile app security and how important it is for an organization to be more proactive towards it.

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Subho is the Co-Founder and CTO at Appknox, a mobile security company that helps developers and companies to build secure mobile application. He looks after the security technologies and the product development to ensure we are always ahead in our game.

Subho has previously developed AFE (Android Framework for Exploitation) and has done in-depth research and analysis on mobile platforms. He has been also listed multiple number of times in various Hall Of Fame for finding out critical security vulnerabilities in Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, and many more.

He has presented many talks and conducted workshops at conferences like BlackHat, Defcon, ToorCon, SysCan, ClubHack, NullCon, OWASP AppSec, RSA Conference.


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The talk is about the powers of a bot which can monitor code and keep taking actions dynamically.

In this talk will be sharing how I leveraged the power of existing systems & created this bot. How this can be useful for many of your use cases at work.

Project Alice is a gatekeeper assistant that can talk with your commits in Github, Slack and Jenkins to prevent problems in the first place and even if they occur helps quickly resolving conflicts at the time of Release


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The presentation will cover the following topics

- Plan a usability test
- Moderate a test and identify usability issues
- Prioritize the findings and recommend which issues to solve first
- Have an understanding of remote usability testing methods

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Sachendra Yadav is an expert at designing product experiences that utilize deep insight into user behavior and psychology. He comes with 20+ years of experience in designing and developing for consumer and enterprise level platforms, UX direction and strategy planning for fortune 500 clients across industries. He has patents and publications in the UI design area.


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The presentation will cover the following topics

- Plan a usability test
- Moderate a test and identify usability issues
- Prioritize the findings and recommend which issues to solve first
- Have an understanding of remote usability testing methods

Speaker Profile

Sachendra Yadav is an expert at designing product experiences that utilize deep insight into user behavior and psychology. He comes with 20+ years of experience in designing and developing for consumer and enterprise level platforms, UX direction and strategy planning for fortune 500 clients across industries. He has patents and publications in the UI design area.


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It is very important at this journey to understand what will be the future of Testing as a profession and as a practice. Not only the traditional ways of Testing the products and applications are changing but the skills and environments in the Testing area are also changing Automation on its own has gone various dimensions in the digitalized industry today.

Trends in technologies are seen at a faster pace. We see innovating technologies in very short span that are bringing smarter solutions in the world of Automation.

Considering the future of Testing in the Automation horizon and the need of Continuous Testing, Hermetic Test Pattern brings a way where each test will be completely independent and self-sufficient. The Hermetic test pattern can also be referred to as Test is an Island Pattern. Setting up the entire server on a single machine that has no network connection and ensuring that the server works as expected, it is the way the Tester would do end to end application testing in Hermetic Environments.

In-memory data stores would be sufficient to ensure that the Developer’s code changes are not breaking the acceptance tests. Testing in a Box is another name of Hermetic.

It is quite interesting for the nextGen to understand how Hermetic can help Continuous Delivery process. In the journey of Automation, if the Hermetic Pattern could be built, the era of CI/ CD and Automation would see the immediate gains for the Faster time to markets.

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Gauri Gautam Gupta, IT Technical Manager with demonstrated 12 years of experience in versatile cutting edge technologies to bring solutions for various domains like Health Care, Automotive Industry, Banking and Financials, Customer Relation Management Etc. In Tech Mahindra, has been part of various Testing engagements.

Closely working with Testing CoE as well as delivering the Testing in Agile 3-12 methodologies. Speaker is Scrum Master, SaFE, ITIL, PMP Certified who has diversified experience in Development and Testing projects

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