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STAREAST 2018 - Test Techniques

Wednesday, May 2

Evgeny Tkachenko
EPAM Systems
W14

The Four Cs and One T of Requirements “Testing”

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Wednesday, May 2, 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

It is important to know that written requirements are good, but few employ a practical, repeatable approach for “testing” their requirements. Evgeny Tkachenko says his company has introduced a requirements analysis step which is done before coding of functionality begins. Checking for requirements completeness, clearness, correctness, consistency, and testability helps ensure that developers create the right features the first time. To demonstrate this process, Evgeny presents examples of buggy requirements and plays games with participants who solve logic puzzles to practice finding...

Thursday, May 3

Amir Rozenberg
Perfecto Mobile
T2

Testing Digital Interfaces: Chatbots, Home Assistants, Touch ID, Facial Recognition, and More

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Thursday, May 3, 2018 - 9:45am to 10:45am

It seems almost everyday we see a product announced with a clever, new digital interface—and the rush has only just begun. From chatbots and motion sensors to facial recognition and voice integrations, these digital interfaces have a complex software side. Amir Rozenberg discusses the challenges we face now and explores a more challenging future to come for testers and testing. With concrete examples from the market, he offers new approaches for you to embed quality and test activities into the development cycle to tame the digital interface beast. With Amir, you’ll look at ways to test...

Rob_Sabourin
AmiBug.com
T8

Use Path Analysis in Test Design for Better, Faster Testing

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Thursday, May 3, 2018 - 11:15am to 12:15pm

No question about it … software is highly complex maze, and it could take many lifetimes to manually test all the paths in a typical business app. Automation doesn’t help much because it’s not smart enough (yet) to design tests. Rob Sabourin shares his experiences testing complex application—some with more possible paths than particles of matter in the visible universe. Although programmers have applied path analysis to structural unit tests for years, path analysis has been mostly neglected in areas of end-to-end testing, workflow, process flow, usage scenarios, data flow, and system...