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Tuesday, September 25 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Taking testing into court

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Let us take a different look at software testing process - imagine it like a court case. The goal of this trial is to determine if the presented software is guilty of poor quality. Who will be the prosecutor? Who will defend it? Who will pass the judgement? Can one person play more than one role? In my presentation, I would like to share my experience in the field with some lessons coming out from the comparison between the court trial and software testing. Join the presentation and enjoy it performed by the speaker in Polish judge robe.

I want to share with you my insights on topics like:

* What are the rules in court that apply to software testing?
* Is tester more like a prosecutor, a judge or both?
* Who has the ultimate power to decide upon software fate?
* How flexible should tester be on his/her responsibilities?
* What can tester be accountable for?
* Will quality defend itself?
* For whom testers do their job?

Speakers
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Kamila Mrozek

Quality Engineer, Objectivity
Kamila is a Quality Engineer from Poland with 4 years of experience in testing, currently working for Objectivity. She suffers from Tester Hyperactivity Disorder - she tries to be present absolutely everywhere, learns quickly and constantly search for new ways to improve her work... Read More →


Tuesday September 25, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Yorkshire Room 700 Hespeler Rd, Cambridge, ON N3H 5L8, Canada

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