LISTEN, LEARN, ENGAGE
We are really excited to announce our new series with UKSTAR on the 13th of February.
*Please note that ‘Blockchain Applications and How to Test Them’ will now take place on Thursday the 21st of February.
We are running a series of online talks over 1 day where we will be joined by the best in the software testing business, covering topics like Blockchain, Critical Thinking and Integration Testing.
Our Online Talks will allow you to listen, learn and engage from the comfort of your own laptop or device and educate yourself to help you enhance your skills and personal development.
This Online series is kindly sponsored by UKSTAR supporter, Tricentis.
Register and we will send you a recording of the online talk so that you can listen back and share with friends and colleagues.
09:00, 13th Feb: Ingo Philipp, Reality Check: The Role of Manual Testing in DevOps
DevOps has transformed how we test and our daily testing routines. But what does this mean for manual testing? Have you made the decision to use it or lose it? Join this talk to learn why the adoption of DevOps doesn’t mean the death of manual testing.
Always wanted to know how to test a LED- bar of 330 meter long at a train station? Ard & Dennis will tell you all about their (test)journey: from risk mitigation, to test strategy, to integration of a never build product at a busy train station such as Schiphol airport.
*Please note that this webinar will now take place on Thursday the 21st of February.
13:00, 21st Feb: Rhian Lewis, How to Test Blockchain Applications
Bitcoin is being used in many different areas, from payments to supply chains and energy. But testing decentralised applications, particularly on public blockchains, requires testers to rethink how we test. This webinar will explain why this is true, as well as running through some of the most popular public and private blockchains and their use cases.
Here, we examine when we think rationally, when we are irrational, and why we switch from rational into irrational.
We also explore how we make complex decisions and discover the counterintuitive result that using spreadsheets often degrades the quality of our decision.