Saturday 5th April, 2014
11:10am to 12:25pm
Session Level: 100
Isaac and JCD will show you a brief example of a testing exercise on a simple object. We will then critique the exercise as a class, and discuss our testing plan of attack. What was missed? What was not considered? What should not have been included?
We will then break up into small groups and try the exercise and critique on our own. Afterwards we will discuss the exercise. What value does it provide to the tester? What value does it provide to those critiquing?"
Isaac Howard currently works at Kount®, a financial fraud detection company. Where I play the part of QA Manager while subjugating the people that work under me with my iron fist. I started my career testing stuff in the military (with explosives) and transitioned to hardware, firmware, software for several small and large companies and finally settled into web applications with a small firm. I am constantly striving to find better ways to do everything.
Jeremy Carey-dressler (aka JCD) is an automation tester and toolsmith who currently works at Kount, a financial fraud detection company. He has been testing hardware, software and firmware across multiple industries for over 12 years, with a special focus in automation. He continues to search for new ways to push the boundaries of automated testing in order to improve the craft.
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