16.11.2018 – Day Two
morning coffee (09:45-10:00)
Did you see my previous presentation on test coverage? This one is continuation of my story. This time instead of sharing my research, and theoretical outcomes, I will discuss practical use case of test coverage analysis – test impact analysis.
About the most common problems faced by non-technical users of the application when it comes to cooperate with IT, as well as about how, depending on who we have the opportunity to work with – choose communication methods and appropriate tools. In one sentence – how to help, not to hinder.
Long coffee break & check out (11:35-12:20)
16% of IT projects fail completely, and almost 50% of them have problems with budget, delivery time and changes in requirements. Are these the only losses we identify in the project? How to avoid them?
This is not a conference speech. Neither workshop. It isn’t panel discussion either. Neither seminary nor live demo. This is unconference – a participant-driven meeting where knowledge transfer, problem solving, experience sharing, and relationship building take place at the same time and space.
Have you ever wondered, why everyone is talking about security and no one is doing it? Why does every smart device is broken by default? Why do we keep repeating the old mistakes over and over again?
Advanced mathematics is usually seen by most of the people as an area of philosophy rather than science, being so abstract that actually is nothing much more than expert level puzzles and toys for a group of enthusiasts. Something so far from reality that many protest against investing in such research…