It talk WRO: «Tips & tricks for QA specialists»
- 6.00 PM - 6.10 PM - Registration
- 6.10 PM - 7.00 PM - «The Tester's Diary» by Arnika Hryszko
- 7.00 PM - 7.15 PM - Coffee break
- 7.15 PM - 8.15 PM - TBA
- 8.15 PM - 8.30 PM - Coffee break
- 8.30 PM - 9.15 PM - «101 of Banking testing» by Kosma Baniewicz
- 9.15 PM - 9.50 PM - Networking
We continue talking about tips & tricks for QA specialists.
- «101 of Banking testing» by Kosma Baniewicz, DataArt
In this presentation, the author would like to talk about the terms in banking that are used on daily basis. They will also provide information about most common issues that a tester can find during their work with banking applications. The following part of the presentation will be connected to specific problems that can be found on a daily basis when testing/programming a bank's API. The final two parts of the speech will cover the upcoming PSD2 standard and why it is nice for users but not for developers/testers and AML (Anti Money Laundry) policy that is sometimes needed when working with banks.
- «The Tester's Diary» by Arnika Hryszko at Volvo Group IT
When I started my adventure with testing, people mostly perceived software testers as "clicking monkeys". Since then, the approach to quality assurance has changed considerably. However, there is still a dominant view that the tester can only click, automate or manage.
Meanwhile, the role of a tester or quality assurance engineer is much more fascinating: game testing, safety testing, system modeling, playing with all kinds of equipment (whether mobile or home appliances), applying artificial intelligence algorithms and working with the end user are just some of the challenges for a tester, that I would like to present as part of my presentation.