Conference Presentations

Project Management Tips to Improve Test Planning
Slideshow

When done right, testing is more than test plans, test scripts, and executing tests. In fact a test leader should consider testing a sub-project of the larger development project. By applying the same techniques project managers use to plan and manage the overall project, test leaders can...

Ricki Henry, Clark County Nevada
STARWEST 2015: Lightning Strikes the Keynotes
Video

Throughout the years, Lightning Talks have been a popular part of the STAR conferences. If you’re not familiar with the concept, Lightning Talks consists of a series of five-minute talks by different speakers within one presentation period. Lightning Talks are the opportunity for speakers...

Lee Copeland
Using Crowd Testing for a Game Engine
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Testing a PC-based game poses interesting challenges. With different OS platforms and many different GPUs, the number of combinations to test grows quickly. The large number of hardware configurations used by the players of EVE Online makes it impossible to test them all. This can lead...

Björgvin Reynisson, CCP Games
I Don’t Want to Talk about Bugs: Let’s Change the Conversation
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It’s time to change the conversation about testing and quality―from bugs and poor requirements to products and solutions. Instead, Janet Gregory says testers and managers working in agile organizations need to learn more about the business, the market, and the customers. With that...

Janet Gregory
The Survival Guide for Testers and Test Managers
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As we face new technologies, methodologies, and approaches, the roles and responsibilities of testers are evolving. To stay current, the test professional’s skill set must increase. Due to agile, the strict separation of developer and tester roles is fading. Teams, rather than just testers...

Bart Knaack
Leadership for Test Managers and Testers
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Many organizations spend a great deal of time and effort acquiring and learning to use the latest techniques and technology, but they make little or no attempt to train or mentor their staff to be better leaders. It is true that technology is important, but test teams without able leaders...

Rick Craig, TechWell Corp.
Does Anyone Really Do All That Is Recommended by the ISTQB Tester Certifications?

In this FAQ column, Claire Lohr discusses the International Software Testing Qualifications Board's (ISTQB) syllabi for topics related to software testing and it's application and usage among those who perform some aspect of testing.

Claire Lohr's picture Claire Lohr
Prasad Mk discusses software testing tools Choosing the Right Tools for Your Testing Needs: An Interview with Tata Consultancy Services

In this interview, Prasad Mk of TCS discusses the changing nature of the testing tools landscape, what an organization needs to do in order to be successful in this new world, and whether your company should buy or build the tool you need.

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
Testing mind map 4 Steps to Successfully Implement Mind Maps in Testing

Mind maps can encourage a new perspective in your test team and promote collaboration. These maps make it easier for colleagues to grasp your work process, your progress, and your understanding of the project. How do you get started? Here are four steps that will help you implement mind maps successfully in your testing efforts.

Mush Honda's picture Mush Honda
Virtualize APIs for Better Application Testing
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In today’s interconnected world, APIs are the glue that allows software components, devices, and applications to work together. Unfortunately, many testers don’t have direct access to manipulate the APIs during testing and must rely on either testing the API separately from the application...

Lorinda Brandon, SmartBear Software

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