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TConference would be the largest gatherings of its kind of IT professionals and will bring together some of the top minds in Automation, Agile, Testing, RPA development, coding, Enabling the developer community to discuss future challenges and self-learning.

Join us Online on August 07, 2020 to have a never before experience with the best minds in Software Testing.

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7 Speakers
7 Topics
50 Tickets

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TestingConf Online Summit
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Automation is not a skill, trust me, it is an Attitude. If you don’t like monotonous work, you are an automation guy. Hate doing same thing again and again ?, you are an automation guy. .Your interests, your ideas, your goals, your habits, your way of working will lead to automate things but not without your positive Attitude. .Always help & seek help, find ways to work less in the boring stuff.
“Be lazy, If you do things thrice, automate it. Trust, but verify”
.Based on “ipsos” survey;
Workers are much more likely to agree than disagree that automation has made their job easier (49% vs. 18%), improved the quality of their work (46% vs. 20%), reduced the risks/issues/failures (42% vs. 20%) and made their job more interesting (40% vs. 23%). .Innovate, automate & Accelerate – Enjoy Luxorious & peaceful life.
.Automation : First step is difficult, rest is fun.
.Automation is a cutting edge, which lasts

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" In Agile world teams are required to move faster and reduce length of delivery. However expectation is that there is no compromise on quality. This will mean that there is need for testing early and more involvement from the developer community on testing. Instead of testing at the end, agile team define and execute tests early and multiple levels. SAFe framework encourage this shift in testing focus and helps every one to think about testing early in the development process. Instead of developing a code and testing, the whole approach is to write test first and develop code to pass the test criteria"

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Improve quality of software by verifying functional and business rules in every release (major/minor) to deliver quality product

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What makes Model Based Testing (MBT) the highest ranked key automation technique in 2020 according to testing industry experts? (World Quality Report 2019-2020) It’s the need to improve test design. Model Based Testing is a test design method that delivers the ability to automatically generate functional test cases with known traceable complete coverage for execution. Users draw or import the positive and negative operation of the application under test (the model) visualizing the flow, then behind this graphical representation is a complex algorithmic engine that interprets the model to automatically think of and design tests with their correct execution results. MBT fixes today’s antiquated test design process. The most expensive part of testing is the manual test design effort. MBT can cut this cost in half. Agile and BDD development need better yet fast testing. Regression test selection is guesswork. MBT changes all this while integrating with the overall testing tool chain to keep the rest of the end to end process unchanged.

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I am planning to present a simple and one-stop solution for Test Automation Framework, developed proprietorially that eases the current automation challenges being faced.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a collection of technologies – such as machine learning, speech analytics, natural language processing, predictive analytics and advanced automation that help in extracting insights and patterns from large volume of data and make prediction/automation based on this information. Application of AI as software testing tools/methods make software development lifecycle easier and help in automation automating and reducing repetitive tasks while improving the robustness of the process. This talk intends to provide introduction to AI concepts including machine learning, how the concepts of machine learning and automation can augment current software testing process and how come of the AI concepts such as deep learning and neural networks can improve the robustness of the testing process. Concepts of process and performance mapping will be introduced so that practitioners can implement this in existing software development/testing process to identify and predict flaws thereby improving the overall functionalities and processes involved. Overall, the talk intends to provide a detailed overview of AI concepts such that practitioners can understand how to augment their testing knowledge to improve the process rather than assuming AI is only intended to automate the existing work.

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With more and more enterprises adopting DevOps to enable continuous delivery of features and applications into production; there is a need to ensure Security is built into the enterprise delivery pipelines. Right mix of tooling, strategy and skills are needed to bridge the gap between application development and security teams. Need is to inject security early into development lifecycle and ensure the code reaching production is not just functional but secure as well. In this session we will discuss all this and more!

Speaker Profile:

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From the adoption across industries to its depth of purpose in enterprises, RPA is firmly embedded in the strategy of business, operations and IT alike. From performing reconciliations, to preparing reports, sending statement, and even interacting with customers, RPA - BOTS are becoming increasingly sophisticated. For a RPA code or a BOT to run and perform important business operations, interact with customer etc. requires a very high degree of validation rigor and risk containment strategy. However, is such a strategy commonplace? Do organizations have a rigorous mechanism to test, validate and certify BOTS? Are there robust checks and control to identify and contain risks of BOTS deployed in live business environment? . This presentation will discuss the risks and challenges of testing BOTS. And the pros and cons of different test patterns and framework that provides highest levels of confidence in the assuring RPA BOTS.

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Is preparing for Agile a myth or reality ? How should be enable the test team so that they stay relevant to the testing industry and What should we focus as part of this journey.

Speaker Profile:

A senior IT Professional differentiated by the unique combination of a comprehensive background in retail banking operations, extensive experience in Banking and Insurance Industry, Project Management, IT & Business Transformation and Agile Implementation expertise.

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• The world of financial services is complex, with complex products, methodologies and regulations. These are supported by just as complex processes, systems and technologies. Specifically looking at the context of Corporate and Investment Banking: the products offered generally tends to be non-vanilla, more bespoke and longer term (with very large economic value) for Banking (loan) purposes and also real-time for Trading (derivative) purposes to meet clients’ needs holistically.

• There are large amounts of factors to consider when implementing new system and products (with costs being in the millions of rand and solutions lasting for many years). In the Banking space: efficient and effective agile testing and test automation strategies can be a useful risk management tool; not just to manage system, project and implementation risks; but also minimise business impact for new changes, process and systems that span across the vertical and horizontal corporate structures (including different business units) and the client value chain.

• This presentation looks at the practical consideration and benefits for systems and technology implementations in the Banking space, when it comes to agile testing and test automation; which is based on my experience (and lessons learnt) in implementing business risk management solutions as a Product Owner & Change Manager across the African continent at a leading South African bank.

Speaker Profile:

Rajiv has 11+ years of financial services experience working in different roles within Credit Risk; from PD, EAD, LGD, OTC derivatives statistical modelling for economic and regulatory purposes; and also working on special projects. Over the last 6 years, he has worked on tactical and strategic risk management systems across the African continent. He has also worked on the end-to-end life cycles in the following areas: product (system) development; project management (agile and waterfall); change, process, system management and implementation. A key project has been the Barclays/Absa systems decoupling for the pricing and risking engines (for Corporate & Investment Banking) for the over-the-counter derivative trading book. Rajiv is also a member of Actuarial Society of South Africa (ASSA) and Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA), the deputy-chair of the ASSA Systems and Technology Committee and also part of the IAA Banking Working Group.

X Topic Abstract:

In a typical project life cycle, you have your basic sequential phases: define, design, develop, detect, deploy. The principle of Shift Left is to take a task (traditionally done at a later stage) and perform that task at earlier stages. Take testing: traditionally testing is done just before deployment. But what if we got involved earlier in the process? Can we detect design or code issues, and solve them early on before they become major? Can we change our approach from detection to prevention?

Speaker Profile:

Jaco has worked in the software industry for more than 16 years. He has developed C, C++ and C# applications, he has lead testing teams, he has automated testing, deployment, and monitoring. And now he applies his knowledge and insights as a senior DevOps Consultant, working alongside Agile, Change Management and Organizational Design Specialists. One of his recent projects involved a Agile/DevOps Organisational Transformation to adopt new Ways of Work, based on the SAFe framework.

X Topic Abstract:

10 ways that agile is like running a marathon (and what we can learn from that) - instead of sprinting (and gasping for breath after one iteration) we want to jog at an even pace so that we can run forever; plus 9 other factual, humorous and practical insights from a compulsive marathon runner.

Learning Outcomes:
* Practical examples of agile transformations
* Humorous insights into the alignment between marathon running and agile transformations
* A fresh and motivational look at agile transformations The presentation will take a fresh and humorous point-by-point (or should that be step-by-step) look at the how marathon running can help guide agile transformations.

The session will provide 10 insights drawing from the presenters practical experience from the road (whilst running over 200 marathons) and the field (whilst ruining over 200 projects - not really - let’s say practical learnings that will help others in their agile journeys). The presentation will use marathon running to explain why key agile concepts are important and how they apply to your agile transformation.

Speaker Profile:

Stuart Mann is a reformed waterfall guy with a background in analysis on large software development systems who is now a passionate Lean Agile Coach. He is a father (two girls), husband (one wife) and a trainee feminist. In his spare time, Stuart is a compulsive marathon runner. He has run over 200 marathons and ultras. He writes a monthly column for South Africa’s largest running publication (Modern Athlete) and contributes athletics articles to Sport24.

X Topic Abstract:

More and more companies are embracing the cloud for hosting their IT infrastructure. Application performance is critical and must be considered, whether you are lifting & shifting or building a whole new application in the cloud.

In this talk I will present performance lessons learnt while testing and tuning AWS DynamoDB, an Amazon fully managed proprietary NoSQL database service.

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Our Speakers


Yamini Gajapathy

Senior Business Development Manager

ITC Infotech


Rajiv Kumar Singh

VP, Senior Manager

Absa Capital


Harinder Seera

Consultant

NAB


Stuart Mann

Lean Agile Coach

Standard Bank Group


Jaco Marais

Senior Consultant, DevOps

IQbusiness


Sudeep Kunhikrishnan

Senior Assistant Vice President

EXL Service


Shaji K Namath

Associate Directors

IBM


Anjali Chhabra

VP & Head - Digital Assurance Services, Tech Mahindra Americas Inc.

Tech Mahindra


Kishore Kandula

Practice Head - Automation

Tech Mahindra


Mrinal Chatterjee

Practice Head – Test Design Automation

Tech Mahindra


Darshan Dave

Ex Managing Director at State Street / Executive Leader

Growth and Product Management


Vikash Kumar

Engineering Manager

Intel Corporation


SivaPrasad Juluri

Vice Presidentn

Accenture

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FAQs

Who can attend TestingConf Online Summit ?

TestingConf Online Summit 2020 is open to anyone who has an interest in Agile, Automation Testing, Automation Frameworks or any related field.

We will share the WebEx link after you have registered.

Why to attend TestingConf Online Summit ?

Following are the three key questions you and your testing organization or testing department and testing center of excellence should be solving for now: How do we as testers and testing company evolve and thrive in SMAC & IoT world?
From tooling to skilling and from strategies to fundamental values what needs to change and how? What are solutions and services available in market which I can leverage? TestingConf Online Summit 2019 is an attempt to seek and share answers to these basic questions.

What will you learn about?

Learn latest techniques and skills required to test disruptive technologies from industry stalwarts themselves Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools for testing in SMAC & IoT Recognize, understand and acknowledge challenges in testing emerging technologies. Meet and network with fellow testing experts from leading companies.Learn how to adapt and adopt these changes quickly and swiftly within a team and also across the enterprise.

Are there any prerequisites to attend this program?

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Yes, all conference attendees must register in advance to attend the event.