STARWEST 2017 - Bonus Sessions
As a conference attendee you will also gain access to a variety of complimentary bonus sessions on various testing and quality assurance topics.
More bonus sessions are coming soon. In the meantime, please join our mailing list to stay updated on these bonus sessions and other conference program updates.
Wednesday, October 4
Modernizing the testing practice has now become a necessity to meet faster development cycles and produce higher quality code. Legacy testing tools weren’t designed for speed and consequently cannot meet 2 week sprints. Testing must begin sooner in the development lifecycle and more frequently to achieve speed and quality. But how can this be accomplished? Success can be achieved by:Testing early Testing faster Testing frequently Testing continuously
Join CA Testing Expert Julie Gardiner as she defines continuous testing in real world terms and highlights the four key focus...
Thursday, October 5
Today’s software teams need more than basic automated testing tools and reports to achieve [email protected] Software applications are growing exponentially in size and software releases are accelerating, leading to vulnerable applications that are becoming daily front-page news. For teams to avoid the threats of today’s connected world and truly ‘shift left’ testing, they need to leverage new techniques that enable them to control and understand risk, readiness, and testing completeness.
In this session, we will cover:How to efficiently build a solid testing pyramid, from unit...
Friday, October 6
Join us at The Workshop on Regulated Software Testing (WREST)—a free, full-day bonus session held on Friday after the conference concludes. A unique peer workshop, WREST is dedicated to improving the practice of testing regulated systems. We define regulated software as any system that is subject to an internal or external review. WREST relies on its attendees to make the workshop a success. There are no formal presentations, only experience reports with plenty of time designated for facilitated discussion. We hope to learn from each other by hearing the success and (especially!) failure...