16.11.2018 – Day Two

morning coffee (09:45-10:00)

lectures (10:00-10:20)

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IN A WORLD FULL OF BUGS, EXPLORE LIKE BEAR GRYLLS
Joanna Jeziorska
PL

I will discuss a testing tool that is used by almost everyone, but not everyone has read the documentation and some of the available functionalities remain unused. This tool is our brain.

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lectures (10:25-10:45)

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IN A WORLD FULL OF BUGS, EXPLORE LIKE BEAR GRYLLS
Joanna Jeziorska
PL

I will discuss a testing tool that is used by almost everyone, but not everyone has read the documentation and some of the available functionalities remain unused. This tool is our brain.

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lectures (10:50-11:35)

Test impact analysis for faster pipeline sake
Bart Szulc
EN

#impact_analysis #CI #automation

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.

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Change request: new syllabus and dictionary for ISTQB Foundation Level
Adam Roman i Lucjan Stapp
PL

#ISTQB

In June 2018 ISTQB announced the introduction of a new Basic Level syllabus. During the presentation we will tell you exactly what the changes in the syllabus and glossary are.

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How to (not) help system users during testing
Kasia Morawska
PL

#QFit #UAT

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.

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Enter to Rich Communication Services
Adam Kujawa
PL

#MobilQA

By discussing selected examples, we will walk through history, practical application and traps during this module implementation.

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Long coffee break & check out (11:35-12:20)

lectures (12:20-13:05)

Better Safe Than Sorry
Mette Bruhn Pedersen
EN

#QFit #agile #SAFe

Business agility is key as disruption of sectors and industries becomes the new normal. Earlier IT was a means to faster and cheaper production of products and services.

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Approach to automated testing Rest API – Fuzzing
Radosław Stankiewicz
PL

#security #testing_API #fuzzing

In this presentation you will learn an alternative approach to automatic REST API testing – we will use fuzzer.

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Adept: Artificial intelligence, automation and laziness
Jarek Hryszko
EN

#AI #defect_prediction #implementation

Long time ago, in 2015, I presented at Testwarez the case of using machine learning to predict software defects – and the success of this technology in the company.

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Mobile games testing. How to do what you love and take a lot of money for it?
Wojciech Becla
PL

#MobilQA

Gamedev is quite misterious industry for testers community.

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Is zero waste approach possible in IT? 9 mudas in software development.
Daniel Dec, Tomasz Wierzchowski, Kamila i Wojciech Gawrońscy
PL

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?

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lectures (13:10-13:55)

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Testing test scenarios
Joel Oliviera
EN

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Performance of applications on JVM, comparison of threaded modelsLinux Distribution Automated Testing
Maciej Laskowski
PL

#performance #architecture #user_stories

Performance, security, resistance to defects – in accordance with such standards we design application architecture.

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lectures (14:10-14:55)

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Rice in the eye – will Chinese work ethics affect IoT?
Marcin Sikorski
PL

#QFit #IOT

While China is more and more dynamically and proudly dominating the global technology scene, understanding and good cooperation with Asian companies is becoming more and more important.

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Free Cocoa – Hack mobile app and skim the cream
Kamil Borzym i Krzysztof Kocel
PL

#MobilQA

Do you know how easy it is to hack a mobile app? With a set of few simple tools and a bit of enthusiasm, mobile app can be read like an open book.

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Bring your problem, share your idea (a.k.a. report an issue, provide a quick fix)
Dawid Pacia i Ania Pacia

#unconf

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.

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lectures (15:00-15:45)

Asking questions is piety in thinking, that is, overthrowing tester-developer myths and superstitions
Adam Roman i Jarek Szewczuk
PL

#controversy

Among the members of IT teams there are many strong opinions about a variety of issues that are extremely important from a practical point of view.

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Application Security Survival Kit
Marek Puchalski
PL

#security

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?

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Change your mindset and improve your QA skills with advanced math
Jędrzej Osiński
EN

#QFIT

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…

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Conference ending (coffee to go) (15:50-16:00)

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QFIT track
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Leadership track
MobilQA
Discussion panels
The titles of lectures and the order of speeches may be changed.