The 1st Conference On Software Quality was held on 5th and 6th March 2010 in Pune, India. The conference is an independent event on software quality & testing and is the place to be, to learn the latest in the software testing & software QA world while meeting with like-minded individuals from across the industry.

Click here to check out the sessions at conference 2010. Topics include Software Penetration Testing, Agile Testing, Testability Design Patterns, Performance & Automation Testing and Testing Flex Web Applications.

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Speaker : Anil Karade
Traditional test processes are not adaptive to extensive changes in software. Agile process emphasizes on ability to adapt to changing business needs, customer collaboration, integrated teams and frequent delivery of business values. Agile is an umbrella term that describes a variety of methods including XP and Scrum.

The talk will discuss pitfalls of the traditional testing process. Traditional testing process happens very late in the SDLC where as Agile process focuses on test-first approach. The talk will explain benefits of going agile.

Principles and practices of agile process will be discussed and agile methodologies Scrum and Extreme Programming will be discussed in detail. Continue reading »

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Speaker : Richa Sharma

Flex is a highly productive, free open source framework for building and maintaining expressive web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops, and operating systems.

Test Automation involves automation design and execution of automated tests. The Flex test automation feature provides developers with the ability to create Flex applications that use the automation APIs. These APIs can be used to create automation agents or to ensure that applications are ready for testing.
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Speaker : Nikhil Fernandes, Chirag Doshi

Many of the testers understand the importance of automated tests which can test the system end to end. There are plenty of tools like Selenium, Watir, White etc. which allow you to drive your web or desktop ui for these tests. The intention of these tests is to mimic the user’s interaction with the system and automatically validate that he could achieve his goals. Continue reading »

Speaker : Suma Shastry

Many a times, we see that a single team is responsible for development, QA and support for the product. It’s a challenging environment when multiple fix packs for older versions and a fresh new release goes in parallel and the team has recently adapted to agile practices.

In this session, I would detail out a case study and highlight the challenges we faced in our early sprint cycles, how we learnt lessons and applied them to the next sprints and effectively improved upon our deliverables.
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Speaker : Nikhil Bhandari, Kapil Bhalla

Amid Nails, Nuts and Bolts the hammer is not enough.
TeKila is an aggregation of several Open Source powers – Google Web Driver, HTML Unit, Java Robots, TestNG & many more … It offers a tool kit to test Web Application at different levels & in modes.
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