Program

Agenda

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November 7 - English Days (talks in English only)

 

Section A
(Capacity up to 200 persons)  

Section B
(Capacity up to 200 persons)  

8-30
9-45

Registration, morning tea-coffee

 

9-45
10-00

Opening ceremony

 

 

10-00
10-40

Wiktor Żołnowski
Code Sprinters
Cracow, Lesser Poland District, Poland

You can write automated acceptance tests even if there is no functionality yet!

Raul Liive
Skype
Tallinn, Estonia
Software development outsourcing via the eyes of purchacer 

10-55
11-35

Željko Filipin 
Wikimedia Foundation
Zagreb, Croatia
How software that runs Wikipedia is tested 

René Tuinhout
Groningen Area, Netherlands
The tester's dilemmas (Workshop)

 

11-50
12-30

Wiktor Żołnowski 
Code Sprinters
Cracow, Lesser Poland District, Poland

Reversed Test Pyramid - Testing and dealing with Legacy Code

12-30
13-30

Lunch

 

13-30
14-10

Jim Holmes
Telerik
Ohio Area, USA
Four Crucial Tips for Automated Web 2.0 Testing (Workshop)

 

 

Tapani Aaltio 
Sogeti Finland Oy
Espoo, Finland
Test Process Improvement with TPI NEXT - what the model does not tell you but you should know 

14-25
15-05

René Tuinhout
Groningen Area, Netherlands
Passionate Partnering, for Testers

15-20
16-00

Dzmitry Harachka
JazzTeam
Minsk, Belarus

Generalization in Auto-Testing. How we put what we had into new Technological Platform XML2Selenium

Olivier Denoo   
ps_testware SAS
Liège Area, Belgium
Who Killed MyProd?

16-00
16-30

Coffee break

 

16-30
17-10

Jim Beattie
Just-Eat Group 
London, United Kingdom
The evolution of QA at JUST EAT

Lucjan Stapp
Polish Testing Board
Warsaw, Poland
Why I do not like to be a tester in Agile project?

17-25
18-05

Jim Holmes
Telerik
Ohio Area, USA
Developer - Tester Collaboration: The Practical Side

Knud Hangaard
Saxo Bank
Copenhagen, Denmark
How to manoeuvre as test/QA responsible in agile teams to get the "right" product quality

18-15
18-30

Closing ceremony

 

Legenda

 

Functional Testing

Performance Testing

Automation Testing

Test Management

Mobile Software Testing

Usability Testing

Security Testing

Other Topics

November 8 - Main Days. First Day

 

Section A
(Capacity up to 200 persons) 

Section B
(Capacity up to 200 persons)  

Section C (Lightning Talks)
(Capacity up to 1000 persons)  

8-30
9-30

Registration, morning tea-coffee

 

9-30
10-15

Openning ceremony in Section C

 

 

10-15
10-35

Alexei Lupan, Oleg Kolka
SysIQ & Astound Commerce
Kiev, Ukraine
Let's count the time for testing using Excel and maths (Workshop)

 

 

 

 

Sergiy Stashenko 
Luxoft 
Kiev, Ukraine

ETL-processes testing features

Max Kolotilkin
Wix
Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
Your automation is only as good as the person using it (Lightning Talk)

10-35
10-55

 
Alexander Zinov'ev
Softengi 
Kiev, Ukraine

Testing web-applications on iPad (Lightning Talk)

11-10
11-30

Nikolay Moskalenko
Aplana 
Moscow, Russia

User experience replaces usability

 

Gleb Krishtov
Softengi 
Kiev, Ukraine

Three stages of training for the junior tester on a large project (Lightning Talk)

 

11-30
11-50

Vera Kushnareva
Fujitsu Russia GDC
Kazan, Russia

From tester to analyst: development path (Lightning Talk)

12-05
12-25

Andrew Iyudin
BARS-Group CJSC 
Kazan, Russia

How to benefit from the development and simplify your life?

Alexandra Volkova
Itera Consulting 
Kiev, Ukraine

Testing Enterprise Service Bus: What? Where? How?
 

Ekaterina Dryupina
Aplana
Moscow, Russia

Software tester at customer's site (Lightning Talk)

12-25
12-45

Maxim Psarev
DataArt 
Voronezh, Russia

QA and BA in agile projects. Combine and Separate (Lightning Talk)

12-45
13-45

Lunch

 

13-45
14-05

Olga Pavlova
"Sobaka Pavlova"
St. Petersburg, Russia
Synthetic tricks-II: what to do outside of the zone of the analytical comfort

 

Mikhael Dyrda
Alexandra Volkova
 
Itera Consulting
Kiev, Ukraine

In search of magic button, or how to bring up SoapUI

Dmitry Mulitsa
CTDev 
Minsk, Belarus
   
Security testing: PHP injection (Lightning Talk)

14-05
14-25

Ekaterina Gainutdinova, Alexey Fedorov
Megagroup 
St. Petersburg, Russia

Work with colleagues. The four hidden manager behavior problems. How to avoid them (Lightning Talk)

14-40
15-00

Tatiana Pischasova
2GIS 
Novosibirsk, Russia

Testing of multilingual web service a la Russe

Vladislav Chernov
Badoo
Moscow, Russia

Continuous delivery at a large internet project

Andrew Ivarovsky
runteo.ru 
Minsk, Belarus

Friendly Refactoring (Lightning Talk)

15-00
15-20

Vitaly Petrunyak
T-Systems CIS
St. Petersburg, Russia

Teams in different countries - successful test and diplomacy secret (Lightning Talk)

15-35
15-55

Alexei Lupan
SysIQ
Kiev, Ukraine
How to handle with internal training activities

Oleksandr Reminnyi
SoftServe 
Lviv, Ukraine
From the application architecture to the automated acceptance tests, or testing of non-functional requirements

Alice Khaliullina
Fujitsu Russia GDC
Kazan, Russia
  
Experience to creating the system for the management & quality assurance process

15-55
16-15

Irina Vinokurova
Freelancer
Adventure of tester on a freelance (Lightning Talk)

16-15
16-45

Coffee break

 

16-45
17-05

Viachaslau Lukyanenka 
Wargaming 
Minsk, Belarus
 
Teamcooking: field-kitchen

Evgeny Tkachenko
Innova Systems
Moscow, Russia
Imprinting. How hold users when you change the interface

Ilya Semerkhanov
T-Systems CIS 
St. Petersburg, Russia
  
Automate UI testing with Ruby, Cucumber and Selenium (Lightning Talk)


17-05
17-25

Dmitry Romanov
Itera Consulting 
Kiev, Ukraine

Quality Assurance for Data with Data Quality Services (MS SQL 12) (Lightning Talk)

17-40
18-00

Svyatoslav Rymar
SoftServe 
Lviv, Ukraine

10 “testhacks” to improve your testing process

Sergey Mikhalev
VIAcode 
St. Petersburg, Russia

Dr. House's approach to the testing of query optimization

Ilya Evlampiev
Enterpreneur 
Kazan, Russia

Automated testing and SMS (Lightning Talk)

18-00
18-20

Andrew Kogut
Softengi
Kiev, Ukraine
Manual testers' steps to large project automation (Lightning Talk)

18-30
21-00

Quality Party 

November 9 - Main Days. Second Day

 

Section A

Section B

Section C (Lightning Talks)

9-00
10-00

Morning tea-coffee

 

10-00
10-20

Rufina Sarvarova
Fujitsu Russia GDC
Kazan, Russia

Continuous Integration: Build, Deploy & Test

 

Andrew Rebrov
ScrumTrek
Moscow, Russia
Agile testing for big teams: way of transformation

Inna Smirnova
Reksoft
Voronezh, Russia
Tips and Tricks in the testing of search (Lightning Talk)


10-20
10-40

 
Igor Bondarenko
Intetics
Minsk, Belarus
Testing of large projects by a team of one tester (Lightning Talk)

10-55
11-15

Alexander Bayandin
2GIS 
Novosibirsk, Russia

JavaScript + Webdriver = ♥

Olesya Mylko
ELEKS Software
Lviv, Ukraine
How to Build Trust with Client

Talk in Ukrainian!

Larisa Safina
Kazan, Russia
Retail systems testing (Lightning Talk)

11-15
11-35

Uladzimir Kryvenka
Paralect 
Minsk, Belarus

Peculiarities of NoSQL applications’ testing (Lightning Talk)

11-50
12-10

Nikita Gavrish
EPAM Systems
St. Petersburg, Russia
  
Selenium integration with highload-project

Roman Sheyko
Luxoft 
Moscow, Russia

Oracles in software testing

Elena Stashenko
Infopulse  
Kiev, Ukraine
Decision Tables (Lighning Talk)

12-10
12-30

Tanya Zinchenko   
Inter Technology Group   
Simferopol, Ukraine   
Pairwise Testing for Dummies (Lightning Talk)

12-45
13-25

Olga Kiseleva
HFLabs
Moscow, Russia

Automated testing on the API level for Java Application

Daria Kostiuk
Softengi 
Kiev, Ukraine
  
Mountain climbing in testing or climbing the career top
Alexey Barantsev
Software-Testing.RU 
Moscow, Russia

Clientside performance testing: prequel

 

13-30
14-30

 Lunch

 

14-30
15-10

Stanislav Kosarev
Andrew Myasnikov
Nizny Novgorod, Moscow, Russia
Gentleman set of a test lead

Nikolay Yudenko
Independent expert
Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
 
3 laws of robotics: or safety, functionality and software security
 

Artyom Chaplygin

Moscow, Russia
 

Natalya Rukol
Quality Lab 
Moscow, Russia
Mental traps in testing

 

 

15-25
16-05

Igor Pavlov
2GIS
Novosibirsk, Russia

Making cross-browser tests using Webdriver

Dmitry Khimion
Performance Lab
Moscow, Russia

Degradation of engineers of automation testing - "Woe to wit"/a>

Anastasia Ogarkova
2GIS
Novosibirsk, Russia
   
Tell me the truth, Scrum, when we should test?

 

 

16-05
16-35

Coffee break

 

16-35
17-15

Konstantin Permyakov
Grid Dynamics International
Kharkov, Ukraine 
RBDMS automation for software test engineers (Workshop)

Valeriy Ivanchuk
Luxoft
Kiev, Ukraine
Load Testing in the shortest time (Workshop)

Pavel Gordeychuk
Performance Lab
Moscow, Russia

How we tested the electronic government services

 

 

17-30
18-10

Yulia Svistunova  
Ul'yanovsk, Russia             
Building Testing Process in a new project: how to chose the right way

Natalia Rukol
Quality Lab
Moscow, Russia 
Outsource testing

 

 

18-25
18-40

Rewarding speakers, participants, raffle prizes (in Section C)

 

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