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Better Software West 2017 - Test & QA

Wednesday, June 7

Tanya Kravtsov

Notes from the Test Management Battlefield

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 11:30am to 12:30pm

Are you a new, aspiring, or experienced manager tasked with building a team of stars? Do you manage a team that needs to be motivated or re-energized? Join Tanya Kravtsov as she shares stories, tips, and tricks on hiring, on-boarding, and managing test engineers and turning your group into a Dream Team. From the experience of building teams in new organizations, managing test teams from five people to fifty, both onsite and onshore, Tanya shares lessons learned and successful processes that she adopted. The talent and level of commitment of individual team members, as well as their...

Anshul Sharma
Emmi Solutions

Move Your Selenium Testing to the Cloud

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 1:30pm to 2:30pm

What is the most challenging aspect of running automation tests? Anshul Sharma believes it is covering multiple browsers and cross-device testing combined with faster execution of tests. The conventional way to do this is by distributing the tests on Selenium Grid, but that comes with a substantial burden of managing and maintaining the infrastructure. Now that cloud-computing resources are available and affordable, many organizations are leveraging cloud services. Anshul says that moving over to cloud from your own selenium grid places your focus more on automation rather than maintenance...

Ken Johnston

Drive Product Improvements with Telemetry

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 2:45pm to 3:45pm

Do you want to know how real users are interacting with your product? Do you want to know which features they don’t use? Would you like to understand how your product works internally under real operational conditions? Then you need telemetry—the instrumentation of your product to record this information and transmit it back to you for analysis. Windows 10 implemented this capability. Today, there are more than 450 million devices running Windows 10 providing constant feedback on its operation. Ken Johnston says Microsoft learned a lot about what they did right for that launch—and what...