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vodQA Pune - Innovations in Testing - Agenda

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Detail agenda + links to slides & videos from vodQA Pune - Innovations in Testing, conducted on Sat, 6th June 2015 at ThoughtWorks, Pune

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vodQA Pune - Innovations in Testing - Agenda

  1. 1. 9:30 - 10:00 10:00 - 10:05 10:05 - 10:35 10:35 - 10:45 10:45 - 11:00 11:00 - 11:45 Track 1 Update from vodQA Pune, Innovations in Testing: 1. See the agenda below for links to the slides and videos (where available) 2. Join the vodQA group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/vodqa/) on facebook for further updates from this vodQA, and also know about the future events. AGENDA Registrations Event Kick-off / Welcome Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJcaUZYGDic) Keynote - Create the Future! - by Anand Bagmar Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/abagmar/create-the-future-innovations-in-testing), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJcaUZYGDic) Speaker Talks - Sales Pitch Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJcaUZYGDic) Coffee Break Talks (45 minutes each, in Parallel) Visual Regression testing using PhantomCss Abstract Visual comparison and validation of pages (full / snippets) using phantomCss Expected Learnings 1. An effective way for visual regression testing 2. A robust, tried and tested tool to achieve end to end testing and catching bugs which the human eye may falter to catch Speakers Vishnu Narang, ThoughtWorks, Pune A full stack developer in the making, curious about every technology. A ThoughtWorker for 3 years. Football and adventure comes next in my passions. Email: vishnunarang2000@gmail.com (mailto:vishnunarang2000@gmail.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/vishnu_narang (https://twitter.com/vishnu_narang) Blog: http://vishnun.github.io (http://vishnun.github.io/) LinkedIn: http://in.linkedin.com/in/vishnunarang (http://in.linkedin.com/in/vishnunarang) (https://www.facebook.com/group(https://twitter.com/thoughtw(https://www.linkedin.co(mailto:vodqa-pune (/) HOME (/) ABOUT (/ABOUT.HTML) AGENDA (/AGENDA.HTML) VENUE (/VENUE.HTML)
  2. 2. Track 2 Track 3 Shridhar Deshmukh, ThoughtWorks, Pune. Developer at ThoughtWorks. Email: shridhad@thoughtworks.com (mailto:shridhad@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/_shree33 (https://twitter.com/_shree33) Blog: http://shridhad.github.io/ (http://shridhad.github.io/) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/vishnunarang/visual-regression-using), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfgC3EHRNIk) Search and Analyze Data in Real Time Abstract Analysis, extraction and automation of large volumes of server logs in real time using easy to use open-source tools Expected Learnings 1. Learn new way to store, analyse and retrieve logs. 2. Quick overview of different challenges and some words on how ELK Stack can perform. Speakers Rohit Kalsarpe, Symantec, Pune Rohit has more than 8 years of experience in Software Quality and is currently working with Symantec. He enjoys experimenting with new technologies and loves automating anything and everything possible. Email: rohit.kalsarpe@gmail.com (mailto:rohit.kalsarpe@gmail.com) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohitkalsarpe (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohitkalsarpe) Prashant Shewale, Symantec, Pune Prashant is QA Architect at Symantec and has over 13+ years of experience in IT industry. He is open source enthusiast and loves to explore open source tools. Email: pvshewale@gmail.com (mailto:pvshewale@gmail.com) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/RohitKalsarpe/search-and-analyze-data-in-real-time), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Se2rVAg4EVs) Multiplication And Division of Calabash tests Abstract Running mobile-based tests in parallel using open-source gem - parallel_calabash Expected Learnings How to do parallelization of the test automation pipeline of mobile calabash tests to get quick feedback and parallel cross platform testing Speakers Rajdeep Varma, ThoughtWorks, Pune Rajdeep is a senior quality analyst at ThoughtWorks with deep passion for test automation in agile environments. He has worked on a number of web and mobile apps across various domains for more than 5 years. Currently, he and his team are building mobile apps for one of the worlds leading airline company. Email: mail.rajvarma@gmail.com (mailto:mail.rajvarma@gmail.com) LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/in/rajdeepvarma (https://in.linkedin.com/in/rajdeepvarma) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/RajdeepVarma/multiplication-and-division-of-calabash-tests), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDZHEd4DL2s)
  3. 3. 11:45 - 12:00 12:00 - 12:45 Track 1 Track 2 Coffee Break Talks (45 minutes each, in Parallel) Tasting I18N - architecture, development and testing Abstract Get a flavor of what is I18N, how to (re)architect your product, and what should be the testing strategy and Automation approach for such a requirement Expected Learnings 1. Understanding i18n. 2. The ways of implementation of presentation part for it. 3. Automation for the same, to make sure that presentation layer is not breaking while development. Speakers Abhinav Sharma, ThoughtWorks, Pune Front End Developer. JS Programmer. ThoughtWorker. Photographer. Email: as.abhinav@gmail.com (mailto:as.abhinav@gmail.com) Twitter: @as_abhinav (https://twitter.com/@as_abhinav) Blog: http://www.abhinavs.com/blog (http://www.abhinavs.com/blog) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/in/asabhinav (https://in.linkedin.com/in/asabhinav) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/abhisharma/tasting-i18n), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRc1r6GHPCg) Dividing-and-conquering the testing in data analytics domain Abstract Experience sharing from a complex Big-Data related project in the Analytics domain - the challenges faced, the approach taken and the learnings from this Expected Learnings 1. Understanding of a basic analytics system 2. Insights into the challenges faced in testing an analytics system thoroughly 3. Understanding of importance of domain knowledge in functional testing 4. Insights into how a simple approach can help in accomplishing effective data testing of a massive analytics system Speakers Devangana Khokhar, ThoughtWorks, Banglore Devangana Khokhar is working as a Developer at ThoughtWorks, Bangalore. She joined ThoughtWorks as a grad 2 years back and has since been working on a range of exciting projects, primarily in the data science and analytics domain. So far, she has worked on Retail Analytics, Text Analytics and Graph Analytics. Currently she's working on a very interesting Marketing Analytics project as a Data Scientist. Devangana is also the Director of Women Who Code's Bangalore chapter, a non-profit organization focused on bringing more women into the field of technology. She holds a master's degree in Theoretical Computer Science with specialization in Social Network Analysis from PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. Email: devangana.khokhar@thoughtworks.com (mailto:devangana.khokhar@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @DevanganaK (http://twitter.com/@DevanganaK) Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/devangana (http://www.linkedin.com/in/devangana) Kokila Rudresh, ThoughtWorks, Banglore Kokila has been working as Quality Analyst in ThoughtWorks. During her tenure, she has worked on numerous domains like banking, GIS mapping, travel and retail. Currently, she is exploring the analytics domain. She brings to the table a vast experience in working with
  4. 4. Track 3 12:45 - 13:30 13:30 - 15:45 Track 1 various tools and technologies, and believes that functional test automation is critical for the success of software development. Email: krudresh@thoughtworks.com (mailto:krudresh@thoughtworks.com) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/KokilaRudresh/divide-andconquer-approach-towards-data-analytics- testing), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZzAwJqHI7I) From QA to DevQAops! Abstract Understand, build and automate your Infrastructure Test Automation Pyramid Expected Learnings 1. Introducing Infrastructure as Code philosophy 2. Why and what to test in your infrastructure 3. What opportunities and innovations are possible in this unexplored domain Speakers Yahya Poonawala, ThoughtWorks, Pune Problem-solver, DevOps enthusiast and a ThoughtWorker. Email: yahyapo@thoughtworks.com (mailto:yahyapo@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @meetykp (http://twitter.com/@meetykp) Siddharth Kulkarni, ThoughtWorks, Pune A recent TWer interested in DevOps. Email: siddhark@thoughtworks.com (mailto:siddhark@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @sid_thinketh (http://twitter.com/@sid_thinketh) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/in/sidthinks (https://in.linkedin.com/in/sidthinks) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/YahyaPoonawala/from-qa-to-devqa), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lWYOp4Wkw4) Lunch Break Workshops (2 hours each, in Parallel) Client-Side Performance Testing of a Responsive website Prerequisites: 1. Participants are required to bring their own laptop for this workshop. 2. Also, please install phantomJS on your machine (http://phantomjs.org/download.html (http://phantomjs.org/download.html)) Abstract In this workshop, we will see the different dimensions of Performance Testing and Performance Engineering, and focus on Client-side Performance Testing. Before we get to doing some Client-side Performance Testing activities, we will first understand how to look at client-side performance, and putting that in the context of the product under test. We will see, using a case study, the impact of caching on performance, the good & the bad! We will then experiment with some tools like WebPageTest and Page Speed to understand how to measure client-side performance. Lastly - just understanding the performance of the product is not sufficient. We will look at how to automate the testing for this activity - using WebPageTest (private instance setup), and experiment with yslow - as a low-cost, programmatic alternative to WebPageTest. Expected Learnings 1. What is Performance Testing and Performance Engineering. 2. Hand's on experience of some open-source tools to monitor, measure and automate Client-side Performance Testing. 3. Examples / code walk-through of some ways to automate Client-side Performance Testing.
  5. 5. Track 2 Track 3 Speakers Anand Bagmar, ThoughtWorks, Pune Anand Bagmar is a Test Practice Lead at ThoughtWorks. He is a hands-on and result- oriented software quality evangelist with nineteen years in the IT field. Passionate about shipping quality products, Anand specializes in building automated testing tools, infrastructure, and frameworks. He writes testing-related blogs and has built open-source tools related to software testing—WAAT (Web Analytics Automation Testing Framework), TaaS (for automating integration testing in disparate systems), and TTA (Test Trend Analyzer). Twitter: @BagmarAnand (http://twitter.com/@BagmarAnand) LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/anandbagmar (http://www.linkedin.com/in/anandbagmar) Blog: http://essenceoftesting.blogspot.com (http://essenceoftesting.blogspot.com/) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/ThoughtWorks/clientside-performance-testing-49150424) Where do my tests belong? Max # of participants: 40 Abstract How many times do we test the same things at multiple layers, multiple levels, adding time to the build process and testing cycle? As a result, delaying the feedback. In this workshop, we will demonstrate how as QAs we can identify what tests can be classified as unit tests, integration test and functional test. Using a case study, we will see how each component can be tested as part of unit testing; the integration of different parts and the functioning of the automobile as a whole and how functional tests fit into this big picture. We will then bring all these tests together to understand and build the testing pyramid. Expected Learnings 1. Understanding where we write our tests. 2. How to have good test coverage at the right layers. 3. Significance and importance of each layer. 4. How many test's should be there in your test suite. 5. Understanding the testing pyramid. Speakers Bhumika Srinivas, ThoughtWorks, Pune Bhumika, a Quality Analyst in ThoughtWorks. In the 8 years that she has been in the testing world, she has worked on various domains like travel, retail and e-commerce among others. Currently, she is working with a team that is building a mobile app for different platforms for one of the world's leading airlines. In her free time, she likes to sing, read and watch a lot of movies. Email: bhumika@thoughtworks.com (mailto:bhumika@thoughtworks.com) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/pub/bhumika-s/16/562/299 (https://in.linkedin.com/pub/bhumika-s/16/562/299) Khushal Oza, ThoughtWorks, Pune Khushal Oza is a QA @ ThoughtWorks for 3 years. Has worked on various technologies and has tried different roles. When not a QA, he is a traveller, fitness freak and a photographer. Email: khushalo@thoughtworks.com (mailto:khushalo@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @khushaloza (http://twitter.com/@khushaloza) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/bhumika2108/where-do-my-tests-belong) Innovation games Max # of participants: 40 Abstract
  6. 6. Track 4 All work and no play makes no sense :) Lets play a very interesting game and learn the different types of testing. We will learn the things that are really important and we miss out in our QA process. We will try and bring in all aspects of testing in this workshop. Attendees will develop a product just as we deliver software on our daily jobs. They will gather requirements, analyse, develop, test and sell. In all the phases we will bring in quality and the importance of testing. What's more, we will have loads of fun!! Expected Learnings 1. Types of testing 2. Importance of user design 3. Advantages of customer involvement from the start 4. Delivery of product on time 5. Things to keep in mind while developing that will impact the delivery later 6. Things that dont sell Speakers Preeti Mishra, ThoughtWorks, Pune She have been with ThoughtWorks since 3 years. In the course of her career she has worked on various domains - banking, sales, CRM, retail etc. She has also been involved in automating web applications with various frameworks using Java, Selenium, Ruby, cucumber. She has done performance testing using JMeter and Gatling. Apart from finding bugs, in her spare time she likes to read, watch movies and shop. She also enjoys travelling and exploring new places. Email: preetim@thoughtworks.com (mailto:preetim@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @Preetimishra504 (http://twitter.com/@Preetimishra504) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/preeti-mishra/3a/58b/aa3 (https://www.linkedin.com/pub/preeti-mishra/3a/58b/aa3) Blogs: http://www.thoughtworks.com/profiles/preeti-mishra (http://www.thoughtworks.com/profiles/preeti-mishra) Ashwini Ingle, ThoughtWorks, Pune Ashwini is a QA with ThoughtWorks and is part of the employee portal development team. In the course of her career, she has worked on automating web applications with various frameworks like Selenium, WatiN and AutoIT, automating performance testing using Watin and HttpWatch, and has conducted workshops on testing with C#-Selenium. Apart from always being on the lookout to learn about a new testing tool, Ashwini also enjoys trekking, rappelling, ringing, dancing (mix of Bollwood and Belly dancing), reading poetry and traveling to new places. Email: ashwinii@thoughtworks.com (mailto:ashwinii@thoughtworks.com) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/vodqanite/the-innovation-game) Assessing the quality of usability Max # of participants: 12 Abstract In the absence of a dedicated designer on a project, teams are left with no option but to take a leap of faith where it comes to the quality of usability of a product or feature. As a result although you may deliver great quality code and a feature set net value to the end user and thereby your customer is in question. The focus of this workshop is to equip non design roles with tools designers use for testing quality of designs. The workshop will be run in two parts: PART 1 - INTRODUCTION TO THE 10 HEURISTICS OF USABILITY 10mins (Presentation) - Presentation to the 10 Heuristics and how to use them 30mins (Workshop)- Teams try and apply Heuristics Learning: Getting introduced to the basic principals of usability and there by make an educated estimate of the designs usability. ----------------------------------------------------------- PART 2 - INTRODUCTION TO USABILITY TESTING 15 mins (Presentation)- Introduction to usability testing and techniques 45 mins (Workshop)- Teams conduct usability tests 20 mins -Teams present findings
  7. 7. 15:45 - 16:00 16:00 - 17:00 1. Learning: The ability to observe actual user behaviour while interacting with a system, deriving a usability report based on actual facts unlike assumptions. ----------------------------------------------------------- Expected Learnings The focus of this workshop is to equip non design roles with tools designers use for testing quality of designs. PART 1 - INTRODUCTION TO THE 10 HEURISTICS OF USABILITY Getting introduced to the basic principals of usability and there by make an educated estimate of the designs usability. PART 2 - INTRODUCTION TO USABILITY TESTING The ability to observe actual user behaviour while interacting with a system, deriving a usability report based on actual facts unlike assumptions. Speakers Aditya R, ThoughtWorks, Pune Experience designer at ThoughtWorks. Lean design enthusiast. Believes design can make the world a better place. Email: adityar@thoughtworks.com (mailto:adityar@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: https://twitter.com/adityakarle (https://twitter.com/adityakarle) LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/in/adityakarle (https://in.linkedin.com/in/adityakarle) Radhika Kale, ThoughtWorks, Pune User Experience Design Intern from Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore. Email: radhika.dilip.kale@gmail.com (mailto:radhika.dilip.kale@gmail.com) / radhikak@thoughtworks.com (mailto:radhikak@thoughtworks.com) Blog: https://www.behance.net/RadhikaDilipKale (https://www.behance.net/RadhikaDilipKale) LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/in/radhikadilipkale (https://in.linkedin.com/in/radhikadilipkale) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/adityar/vodqa-presentation) Coffee Break Lightning Talks (12 minutes each) From Spam to Inbox Abstract Automating the look and feel of how emails are seen and track its status in different devices and browsers Expected Learnings 1. Testing and tracking emails. 2. Impact of not doing point 1. 3. Usage of Litmus tool. Speakers Anjali Wadhwa, ThoughtWorks, Pune Anjali is Quality Analyst at ThoughtWorks. Email: anjaliwa@thoughtworks.com (mailto:anjaliwa@thoughtworks.com) Twitter: @anju_4321 (http://twitter.com/@anju_4321) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/pub/anjali-wadhwa/18/2b5/554 (https://in.linkedin.com/pub/anjali-wadhwa/18/2b5/554) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/awadhwa3/from-spam-toinbox-vodqa-pune-2015), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gVgRIykEp4)
  8. 8. 2. 3. 4. What's Next Abstract Challenges in testing a wearable device - FitBit Expected Learnings 1. A new approach to think over Bluetooth traffic and its analysis. 2. How data can be captured over Bluetooth and its analysis. 3. Why to secure data over Bluetooth as health devices contains all vital information. Speakers Aakar Gupte - eClinical Works, Ahmedabad Aakar Gupte, works as QA. He has excellent communication skills and is consistently active in researching about having confident conversations. He has also received an award for the best Team coordinator. Working in QA files from past 2 years. Played with automation and manual. Interested to find leakage on website and working on security testing.Today he would like to share about wearable gadgets and QA's approach for testing such gadgets. Email: Kabir26490@yahoo.com (mailto:Kabir26490@yahoo.com) Blog: http://www.techocorner.blogspot.com (http://www.techocorner.blogspot.com) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aakar.gupte (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aakargupte) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/vodqanite/whats-next-49150649), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xF7nvWHEOtE) Wearables and Testing Abstract Wearables are the next "In" thing. This talk intends to discuss the different things to watch out for while testing mobiles apps in conjunction with wearable devices like Android Wear & Apple Watch. Expected Learnings 1. Understanding some of the gotchas while testing mobile apps with wearable devices 2. Overcoming these challenges 3. Testing the working of the apps in multiple versions of a platform in conjunction with the wearable devices. Speakers Bhumika Srinivas, ThoughtWorks, Pune Bhumika, a Quality Analyst in ThoughtWorks. In the 8 years that she has been in the testing world, she has worked on various domains like travel, retail and e-commerce among others. Currently, she is working with a team that is building a mobile app for different platforms for one of the world's leading airlines. In her free time, she likes to sing, read and watch a lot of movies. Email: bhumika@thoughtworks.com (mailto:bhumika@thoughtworks.com) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/pub/bhumika-s/16/562/299 (https://in.linkedin.com/pub/bhumika-s/16/562/299) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/bhumika2108/wearables-testing), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QvvY7lxdJU) Innovation isn't for me!! Abstract Myths, traits and approaches towards Innovations Expected Learnings 1. A fresh perspective towards innovation. 2. Better equipped to start their individual journeys on innovating in their field of work. Speakers
  9. 9. 17:00 - 17:30 17:30 Sarbashrestha Panda, ThoughtWorks, Pune Panda, is an Analyst working for ThoughtWorks. Over the last 10 years he has played multiple roles ranging from a BA, IM/PM, process consultant and agile coach for clients in various industries. An avid reader and a skilled facilitator, Panda has been a proponent of design thinking and its powers for problem solving. Email: sarbashrestha@gmail.com (mailto:sarbashrestha@gmail.com) Twitter: @sarbashrestha (http://twitter.com/@sarbashrestha) Linkedin: https://in.linkedin.com/in/sarba (https://in.linkedin.com/in/sarba) Slides (http://www.slideshare.net/sarbashrestha/innovation-isnt-for-me), Video (LiveStreaming) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfKdqj4Gpp0) Panel Discussion - Its all about Perspectives... Abstract Interactive session for attendees to ask questions to the panel related to testing. Closure and Networking

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