Ru showed a demo of our mobile automation tool AltRun at the European Testing Conference 2017. Continue reading Ru presents AltRunner at ETC 2017
This year’s Test Lab at the ETC conference in Helsinki is organized by our colleagues Adina and Dolly. This is where testers can do EXperiments
At TestBash this year, in beautiful Brighton, Ru and Maaret will hold a 2 hour workshop on Test Driven Development with Lego Robots.
In this workshop, we’re practicing making our test ideas crisp and clear before implementation. As business owners, we have one Lego Mindstorms Robot, a great vision for a product with technical uncertainties and plenty of devices to program the robot with. We need you to make our vision happen – working in teams, providing continuous value in short increments, designing the tests first and then implementing each feature. To build the smallest possible value, we’re not targeting the full vision at once, but one feature at a time. It’s likely that this style of development will also lead you to refactor your implementation, keeping the driving tests the same.
TestBash is a great event with great speakers and we’re happy to be a part of it this year. Our robot is ready and so are we. See you in Brighton!
One of the world’s most popular computer expos, CeBIT will be taking place between 16 and 20 March this year, in the traditional venue of the Hannover Exhibition Grounds.
We have appointed Alex to swing by to see the latest IT trends and product innovations at CeBIT 2015. If you are also planning to attend the exhibition and would like to find out more about what we do and how we can help, Alex will be happy to meet you and discuss. Feel free to make an appointment by email at email@example.com. You can also get in touch with Alex on Twitter @altomalex.
We are on Future Match platform. Check our profile and book a meeting with Alex!
If you are serious about software testing, then the BBST® course series is something you should definitely consider – it’s like no other course you’ll find available on the market!
Our Alexandra Casapu will be sharing her reflections on the heuristic nature of testing skills at Copenhagen Context 2015 on Friday, 27 February.
Ale’s presentation, “Painting like an engineer – skills in testing”, draws on her actual testing experience to highlight the significance of skills in testing, and of the active acknowledgement of this fact. The tester needs to be constantly engaged with her skills: nurturing them, reflecting on them, combining skills, letting go of some, evolving new skills.
Learn out more here: http://sched.co/1Ak0PTB.
The new BBST® Foundations course session will debut on 5 October, and will last until 2 November.
We cannot stress enough the richness of the experience of attending this course, as novice or professional tester. We invite you to read more details about the course and testimonials from former students by visiting the course page at http://altom.training/bbst-foundations/
We are delighted to be organizing a new session of the course, and hope that many of you will be joining us.
On 8-9 October 2014 we will be getting up to date with the latest trends and newest technologies in the industry at the Internet & Mobile World event at Romexpo Bucharest.
We are excited to be attending one of the largest digital industry events in Romania.
You can find us at stand 20!