Have you ever wondered how to tackle a new testing project? Or maybe an existing one, but with real QA issues… Where would you start?

Your boss expects improvement in the QA team performance and also wants to understand where the product stands real fast. You wish to optimize your work and have introduced automation, but the management do not really see the profit and return on investment.

This real-life seminar will take you through the testing project bootstrap, including all required activities, from understanding the customer requirements, through design of manual tests and tips and tricks in that area followed by connecting your testing environment to testing automation and to CI process and at the end subject your application to NFT (e.g. Performance and Load testing). All these will be discussed in real project constraints context, taking into consideration team improvement issues as well as assessing the product readiness within tight schedule constraints. There will be lots of real-life examples to support the discussion.

Who should attend:

Testers and QA team leaders responsible for testing projects, usually, for QA activities for a single product or a small integrated suite of products

You will learn about:

  • How to manually test a SUT in continuous development environment
  • Launching test automation and performance testing project based on the existing manual suite
  • Connecting your automated testing environment to continuous integration environment

Topics during the seminar:

1. Before you dive into testing, assess your project

  • QA team performance – where it should improve
  • Understand quickly where the product stands

2. Designing a healthy test suite for your product:

  • How should a tester read design documents or specs
  • Implementing a correct test tree in a testing tool
  • Are we putting the testing efforts right?
  • Just Enough Test Documentation
  • Quick Feedback Loop

3. Smart test execution

  • 10000 test cases – should we test them all?
  • Exploratory adventure

4. Automation will help, but how?

  • How to choose the right option for automating your existing manual tests
  • Load testing – how to start with it?

5. Bringing this all together – Profit! – Note, this lecture will be in English

  • Connecting your test environment to continuous integration (CI) environment
  • Requirements discovery and management, linked to:
    • Manual testing
    • Unit testing (e.g. NUnit, MS-Test, Junit)
    • UI testing
    • Load testing
    • API Testing
  • Monitoring Test Activities (Reports, Dashboards, measurements)


  • Seminar ID: 44038
  • Location: Daniel Hotel
  • Date: Wednesday 21st of June 2017

Main Speaker

<a href='http://devgeekweek.jbh.co.il/speaker/anna-lucovsky/'>Anna Lucovsky </a>

 Anna is a QA Manager with 20 years of experience in building of successful and methodological QA teams and management of …

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