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Scaling Quality through Community Leadership[presentation]
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Modern software development organizations often build teams around features. Unfortunately, these teams tend to become siloed, building tools and processes without being aware of how other teams have solved the same problems.

Philip Daye
Continuous Performance Testing: A Tale of Two Worlds[presentation]
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Once upon a time, in a land far away, application performance was a differentiator in the market. But in today's competitive landscape, having a highly responsive and scalable application is a basic expectation. Performance no longer lives on the fringe of the quality world.

Kaushal Dalvi
Before and After You Say ‘I Do’ to Docker [presentation]
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Docker is the most popular containerized solution being used in the software industry for development. However, implementation can get complicated, tricky, and unmaintainable if all you understand is the record-and-playback features or think it is the same as using a virtual machine. 

Aprajita Mathur
Smart Testing with AI Using Data Mining[presentation]
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The approaches to testing are continuously evolving as we try to keep up with the application needs of today’s users. Our industry is facing a new paradigm where AI is helping achieve scale, coverage, and business impact for many organizations.

Lorna Smyth
Evolve Your Testing the Pokémon Way[presentation]
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How can you know that your services will handle the requests of millions of users a day? Or that making a fundamental change to one of your technologies won’t break your user experience?

Paul Grimes
Make Your UI Tests Resilient with the Next Generation of Frameworks[presentation]
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A big problem with test automation on any platform or operating system is synchronizing test automation interactions with the UI. It is challenging to know when the UI is ready for the next automated click().

Satyajit Malugu
Driving Quality with the "Yes, If ..." Mentality[presentation]
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It can be easy to feel like the villain when you work in testing and QA. After all, part of the job is to point out when things are broken, people have made mistakes, timelines aren't realistic, or a plan just can't work.

Jane Jeffers
Mainframe Continuous Delivery: A Journey to the Left Side[presentation]
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DevOps and continuous delivery have produced exceptional results in the industry, and most of this success has been in the area of distributed systems.

Timothy Wheeler
Creating Self-Documenting, Reportable, DevOps-Driven Tests[presentation]
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For applications that have fully integrated service middleware, application servers, and backend databases, validation and verification of the entire application ecosystem is critical and complex.

Mimi Balcom Meng
Conquering BDD: How One Team Is Making It Work[presentation]
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Behavior-driven development has been a buzzworthy term in the testing and development community for several years. At first glance, the elements of BDD seem simple: testing scenarios, living documentation, automation, and reports.

Christine Fisher
Selenium IDE Is Making a Comeback—Can Codeless Testing Scale?[presentation]
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The rise, fall, and resurrection of Selenium IDE begs the question: Can codeless testing actually scale?

Moshe Milman
Are You the Best Leader You Can Be?[presentation]
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We are all leaders. At a minimum, we must lead ourselves every single day, but many of us also have teams that we lead and serve. Have you ever stopped to analyze yourself to determine if you are the best leader you can be?

Amy Jo Esser
Large-Scale DevSecOps: Bringing Security Confidence to Chaotic Development[presentation]
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Implementing application security (AppSec) programs on a large scale can often seem chaotic and unwieldy. Without the proper knowledge to implement robust AppSec tools, DevSecOps on a large scale can be overwhelming.

Dennis Hurst
The Game of Continuous Delivery[presentation]
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The holy grail of a modern QA professional is to achieve high quality while continuously delivering features to customers, and the only way to achieve that mission is via continuous testing and delivery.

Tanya Kravtsov
Testers: The Unsung Data Heroes[presentation]
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Connor Dodge believes that data is the most valuable commodity in the world, and that testers generate some of the most valuable data in product development organizations. Test data can inform release schedules, aid in decision-making, and shape the direction of the product. 

Connor Dodge

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