Virtual Software Testing Conference - May 2012
Missed the virtual
View the recordings below!
In May 2012, the EuroSTAR Software Testing Community hosted a
virtual conference which brought together some of the leading minds
in software testing to hear four excellent presentations.
If you missed this live event, take a look back at the
four presentations by following the respective links
Model Driven Development and its Impact on Testing. A
Nanotech Case Study with Bryan Bakker, Sioux Embedded Systems
Bryan discusses how Sioux has developed several projects with a
Model Driven Development approach. He talks through the problems
they found, and details information they have used for follow-up
projects. View Recording
There are Plenty of Ways to Manage Exploratory Testing
with James Lyndsay, Workroom Productions Ltd.
This talk will be a swift spin through the pros and cons of
typical ways that teams manage exploratory testing, from stealth
work and bug hunts through to spread bets and timeboxing. We'll
also dip into some possible alternatives, taking inspiration from
machine learning, lean approaches, and from other industries who
find value in exploration. View Recording
Where (Testing) Ideas Come From with Alan Page,
Alan discusses where new test ideas come from, and how anyone
can use learning, creativity, pattern recognition and pragmatism to
discover and apply new ideas anywhere - especially in software
testing. View Recording
Thinking Visually in Software Testing with Alan
Richardson, Compendium Developments.
Alan shares his experience of using models and diagrams to help
his test planning and communication of testing. He will cover "Not
Thinking Visually" - what this looks like, why it is the norm, and
traps your readers will fall into.