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STAREAST Lessons Learned Automating Cloud and Infrastructure Testing[presentation]

As organizations embrace DevOps and IT value chain automation, we are seeing the explosive growth of infrastructure-as-code capabilities, fueled by cloud scripting technology.

Joseph Ours
STAREAST Using and Implementing BDD a Day in the Life[presentation]

Learn how to discover, prioritize and plan the features that really matter: those that will deliver real business value and that will make a difference to your organization.

Rick Faulise
STAREAST AI in Testing: A Moderated Panel Discussion[presentation]

Artificial intelligence is the newest trend in software testing. But what is it, and how will it impact the tester's role, both today and in the future? What do you need to do to embrace this emerging technology?

Adam Auerbach
STAREAST Testing in Production[presentation]

How do you know your feature is working perfectly in production? And if something breaks in production, how will you know? Will you wait for a user to report it to you?

Talia Nassi
STAREAST Excuse-Free Testing: An Open Source Tool for Simpler CI Integration[presentation]

The goal of continuous testing is to find defects earlier in the development lifecycle and release software faster to the market.

Klaus Neuhold
STAREAST Testing Large Data Sets with Supervised Machine Learning[presentation]

Price rate is used to calculate an insurance premium based on the different insurance coverage.

Alireza Razavi
STAREAST Well, That’s Random: Automated Fuzzy Browser Clicking[presentation]

Roughly speaking, "fuzzing" is testing without an oracle—essentially, testing without knowing what the outcome should be.

Paul Grizzaffi
STAREAST The Reality Distortion Field of Testing[presentation]

The reality distortion field (RDF) is a term coined by Bud Tribble at Apple Computers in 1981 to describe Steve Job's charisma and its effect on the developers working on the Macintosh project.

Lloyd Roden
STAREAST JMeter and the Cloud: Scalability that is Affordable, OpenSource, and Fits in CI[presentation]

Load and performance testing can be messy, last minute and expensive in most organizations. It is possible to change the status quo with a mixture of technology and process.

Glenn Buckholz
STAREAST API Testing: Going from Manual to Automated[presentation]

API testing can be challenging—especially for the uninitiated. Ever wonder what makes an API test great? Patrick Poulin will arm you with an understanding of the benefits of automating API testing over doing it manually.

Patrick Poulin
STAREAST 8 Ways to Ruin Your One-on-Ones[presentation]

As managers, it's easy to fall into the trap of focusing on what we need out of our employees' one-on-one meetings, all the while forgetting that one-on-ones are for them!

Jason Wick
STAREAST Security Partners or Security Police?[presentation]

It’s often said that with great power comes great responsibility. As technology becomes more powerful, security becomes a great responsibility.

Janna Loeffler
STAREAST The Era of Intelligent Testing[presentation]

Existing QA solutions were built for a world where software changed infrequently.

Dan Belcher
STAREAST Visual Regression Testing: A Critical Part of a Mobile Testing Strategy[presentation]

There are many types of testing that companies need to perform in order to have confidence in their product: security testing, integration testing, system testing, performance testing, and more.

Dmitry Vinnik
STAREAST What's That Smell? Tidying Up Our Test Code[presentation]

We are often reminded by those experienced in writing test automation that code is code. The sentiment being conveyed is that test code should be written with the same care and rigor that production code is written with.

Angie Jones


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