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November 2019

Let’s Test South Africa 2019

November 23 - November 26
Cape Town Cape Town, South Africa + Google Map

When we say ”for testers, by testers” we mean that our main goal for these conferences is to make them a valuable experience for all participants. Watch this space for news regarding Let’s Test 2019 South Africa, which is currently planned to happen in November of 2019. If you are not already on our mailing list, please subscribe here to make sure you don’t miss any announcements!

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December 2019

OnlineTestConf

December 2 - December 4
Online

OnlineTestConf is an initiative to bring all the advantages of attending professional QA related conferences: personal learning, networking etc. without the shortcomings of scheduling, expenses and travel. Attendance at OnlineTestConf is free and meant for anyone who sees themselves involved in testing and the testing community. Why an Online Testing Conference? Because it makes sense! Not everyone can take time off their work, or pay the costs of physical conferences, and as much as we would like to our employers don’t always want to…

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Heisenbug Moscow

December 3 - December 5
Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel and Business Centre, Square of Europe, 2,
Moskva, Russia, 121059,
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Heisenbug 2019 Moscow is a large technical conference that takes place in Moscow, Russia, on December 4-5, 2019. Heisenbug conference brings together more than 900 professionals in the field of quality assurance. These professionals are testers, programmers developing tests for their code, engineers in automated and load testing, and team leads willing to improve testing efficiency in their projects. All speakers talk about the most important, practical and hardcore things on software testing: Automation testing; Manual testing; Load testing, performance…

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Webinar: Object-, Image- and Text (OCR)-based Recognition Approaches in Squish

December 3 @ 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm IST
Online

Date: Dec 3, 2019 Time: 9:30pm IST Duration: 1 hour The Squish GUI Tester offers three main UI control recognition methods, including Object-based, Image-based and Text-based (OCR) recognition, and allows these methods to be combined and used in a complimentary manner within the same test case. This webinar will explore the advantages and disadvantages of each method, and outline cases where one method alone fails or is not sufficiently stable in creating automated GUI tests with long-term viability. For each…

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Webinar: Continuous Testing for the Mainframe: Recording Mainframe Scenarios with JMeter

December 3 @ 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm IST
Online

Date & Time: Tuesday, December 3rd @ 9am PST/ 12pm EST/ 10.30pm IST Mainframe and the applications that run on it are central to IT operations for the majority of enterprise companies. While mainframe isn’t going away any time soon, they require developers and testers with high levels of expertise to run them, often resulting in lengthy release cycles and testing bottlenecks. The JMeter plugin to support RTE (Remote Terminal Emulation) protocols has now been updated by providing a recorder for…

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Webinar: Improving Test Reports: Useful Features and Best Practices

December 10 @ 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm IST
Online

Date: Dec 10, 2019 Time: 9:30pm IST Clear, verbose and well-structured test execution reports can make a result analysis much easier and more accurate, especially when you have to deal with hundreds or even thousands executed test cases. Moreover, properly designed test reports can be used as living documentation for other stakeholders. During this short webinar you will learn about Squish features and best practices that can help you create such reports.

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Webinar: Cypress Vs Selenium WebDriver: Better Or Just Different?

December 11 @ 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm IST
Online

DATE: Wednesday, Dec 11, 2019 TIME: 9 am PT / 5 pm UTC / 10:30 pm IST "Is Cypress better than Selenium WebDriver? I get asked this a lot. And frankly, the easiest path of a “this vs that” talk is to try and find out which is “best”. But I will not take that path. Instead, I will try and explain how is Cypress different from Selenium WebDriver." -- Gil Tayar, Sr. Architect @ Applitools There’s a new claim…

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