“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” – Alan Kay
If cost and resources were no issue, what changes would you like to make to practices in the Testing industry?
Technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace and users’ expectations are increasing – the customer requires a higher quality, faster, safer more mobile solution. Spurred by this greater demand for excellence, the Software Testing industry is growing year on year. We have to deliver but we also have to innovate, however we’re almost always limited by the budgets and resources the wider business is willing to allocate. It’s time for us as testers to break down the barriers and make our testing dreams a reality.
A dream is not much more than a fantasy if it is not supported by an ambition and a plan on how to achieve it. TestExpo™ 2015 focuses on the ambitions, plans and goals of the testing community in the UK for learning and improving testing practices.
This one-day conference will be structured around a series of themes. Keynote presentations and roundtable sessions will allow all participants to join in and discuss their own experiences, and consider how to implement their own visions and dreams for the testing industry.
‘Regenerating Enthusiasm for Testing’
Learn why organisations can no longer rely on ageing testing technologies to meet the scale, velocity and direction of application changes they face in a complex IT landscape. Dean will explain how a new paradigm of Automated Business Process Validation is helping organisations change faster, safer and with less cost.
In this session Barry will discuss the challenges in achieving a test centre of excellence with limited budget by investing in people and processes rather than costly tools and consultation.
I really enjoyed the roundtable a great opportunity to validate my test approaches and gain knowledge from likeminded people
A great event to learn about new tools and trends
Helpful as an introduction to issues faced in agile/ mobile testing and provided solutions on how to overcomes these challenges
The roundtable session provided the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences which was very welcome