Join the 3rd annual Automation Guild an online conference and community dedicated 100% to helping YOU succeed with your automation testing efforts.
FEB 4-6 2019 10-5:30 (EST/EDT)
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LINEUP (* speakers time subject to change)
DAY 1 Feb 4 (all time are in EDT)
Nikolay Advolodkin - Achieving Parallel Test Execution in Automation
In this session, Nikolay will teach the requirements to achieve parallelization with any automation. There are four key components that are required to run tests in parallel. Nikolay will tell you about these requirements, how you can achieve them, and how to enjoy a blissful state of parallel test execution.
Kent C Dodds - Jest a minute
Ioana Porcarasu - Test pyramid in a microservices architecture
To ensure a good automated checks strategy without ending up with an inverted pyramid, we need to become more technical, we need to understand the architecture of the system we're testing.
Dzmitry Humianiuk - AI-powered test automation dashboard
Share details and use case for ReportPortal.io, which Open Sourced solution for reporting in test automation, powered with ML
Angie Jones - The Devil is in the Detail: Good Gherkin for Complex Automation Frameworks
Learn to write efficient Gherkin when your automation framework includes more than just UI steps.
Vinoth Selvaraj - Design Patterns In Test Automation
Design Patterns are well optimized, reusable solutions to general problems in software design. Most of the test automation fails in large projects due to poor design. Aim of this presentation to show some examples of Design Patterns to properly design Page Objects,Tests & Business workflows.
Raj Subramanian - Smart and stable automated testing using AI based Dynamic Locators
Raj will cover the basics of AI, discuss the current problems with UI based test automation, discuss with live demos how AI based Dynamic Locators help to make your tests more resilient to change and in turn helps in building smarter, stable and much faster tests. Finally, will cover the future of AI based testing.
DAY 2 Feb 5
Eran Kinsbruner- Future-Proofing Testers in the Age of AI, ML, and Bots
Understand the role of modern tester and testing in general in the era of growing AI and ML tools
Paul Grizzaffi - Care and Feeding Of Cast Iron...And Automation
Creating maintainable automation doesn't happen by accident, it must be deliberately built-in; we'll discuss how to make automation maintainable and some of the external influences that challenge that maintainability.
Corina Pip - IntelliJ to help you with the automation code
We tend to write a lot of automation code, and for that we use an IDE. My favorite one is IntelliJ, and i will show why in this talk: from shortcuts that help organize and cleanup the code, to features that allow for some parts of the code to be generated automatically, there is so much goodness in this tool that can help us testers be more efficient when writing our code. If you're already using the tool, after this talk you can get the most out of it. I will demo, on existing code, what shortcuts i use the most and why, and what other cool features i apply on my code to get it looking awesome.
Jonathan Lipps - Evolving Appium: Image Recognition and AI For Mobile Testing
Dimple Gupta - Test Design Principles
An effective and efficiently designed Test Automation framework leads to less remediation and maintenance effort resulting in time and cost savings .
Tariq King - Test Machina: Demystifying AI-Driven Testing Bots
End of Day Roundtable Topic - Ask Us Anything
Dorothy Graham (Roundtable Expert)
Danny McKeown (Roundtable Expert)
Lisa Crispin (Roundtable Expert)
DAY 3 Feb 6
Adam Carmi - Tips from the trenches: how we build and test AI @ Applitools
AI is changing our world. It is being employed in all types of applications and increasingly impacts the way we build and test software. However, since it is relatively new, very little real-world experience and engineering wisdom is available to the dev & test community.
Ingmar Goudt - Taking care of your Test Code : A story on Coupling, Concepts and Communication
Test Automation is requiring more software engineering skills lately. As a Test Automation Engineer, you want to structure your codebase correctly, in order to prevent a long term mess. This talk will discuss code Coupling, thinking in Concepts, and Communication with your peers, and finally some Java libraries will be demonstrated.
Peter Thomas - Karate - MicroServices Test-Automation Made Simple
Karate is popular open-source project for web-service API testing. Inspired by Cucumber - it combines BDD syntax with a DSL carefully crafted to deal with HTTP, Peter will walk through the features of Karate, and how it can be effectively used for testing web-service APIs. You get to hear straight from the creator of Karate the motivations for creating this framework in the first place, how it differs from the competition, and how it helps accelerate the development and quality-assurance of web-services of all kinds, be it REST, SOAP or GraphQL.
Gleb Bahmutov - Stop using Page Objects and Start using App Actions
Writing maintainable end-to-end tests is challenging. Often testers create another layer of indirection on top of the web page called page objects to execute common actions. In this presentation, I argue that page objects are a bad practice, and suggest dispatching actions directly to the application’s internal logic. This works great with a modern test runner like Cypress.io that runs the test code directly alongside the application’s code inside the browser.
Lee Barnes - Test Automation in DevOps Moving Towards Continuous Testing
Understand key issues preventing the incorporation of test automation in the DevOps pipeline, learn techniques for effectively applying automation to DevOps testing activities, and begin moving towards continuous testing.
Noemi Ferrera - Airtest for Hard To Automate Games and Applications
Airtest project is an open-source cross platform automation solution developed by China's gaming giant Netease. It is divided in 3 different projects: airtestIDE, airtest and Poco. In this talk you will learn how to automate different applications using them and how to optimize your automation to be maintainable, reliable, powerful and awesome. Our aim is to help you automate anything in a fast and durable way, so you can save time and have a simpler life
End of Day Roundtable Topic - Ask Us Anything
Paul Merrill (Roundtable Expert)
Kwo Ding (Roundtable Expert)
Guljeet Nagpaul (Roundtable Expert)
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I enjoyed the automation guild, made a stack of notes, then implemented nearly code-less automation in just 90 days! ~ Nick Baynham
This has been probably the best "training money" I have ever spent in my 18 years with Deere and 15 years with the DoD. ~ Stevenson Randy
As a tester but also as a mom of two young children, the Automation Guild Conference was the perfect format for me. I can listen to the speakers at the [most convenient] time for me, and having the videos available to refer back to any time is awesome ~ Comment left in a anonymous Guild survey
Of all the online test automation conferences or tech conferences, I've attended, this is the first one that didn't suck and that I actually enjoyed! - Dave Haeffner Author of The Selenium Guidebook