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Conference for professionals in the information technology industry

Goldshmidt Igor

Senior QA Engineer
Gett (Gett Taxi)
Israel
Tel Aviv

Biography:

В 2013 году начал свой путь в тестированию с веб приложений.
Затем вел бои за качество десктопных и браузерных расширений в компании AVG.
На сегодняшний день занимаюсь тестированием и повышением качества мобильных приложений в компании Gett (Gettaxi).
Являюсь активный участник Израильского сообщества тестировщиков.
Мой слоган в работе: be professional in your passion

Talks

Software QA Engineer Dreams. Automate everything!

21.10.2018

With the existing dynamics in the "Agile" teams, the QA engineer faces many challenges. Most of which he would like to solve using automation tools. Fast feedback on the local version, effective setup of the test environment is only the beginning of the possible use of automation in testing and QA processes. QA engineers have long been dreaming of more! About what? I will tell you about this in my report.

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

Mission Impossible: QA Estimation Failed

27.02.2018

Let's discuss the whole truth about Estimation (calculation of time) for the QA process in Agile. Here is how you can calculate how much time will be spent for analysis and testing (planning, writing, executing) when the business requirement may change or the technical solution is not yet fully thought out or something that will go wrong. Agile assumes be ready for the flexibility to change, how can you calculate the time for it for earlier? The team of the hero of my report also encountered this complex reality, but any impossible missions can be possible. How? I will tell you about it in my talk.

Audience level
Workshop (40 min)

The true power of the tester is information

22.08.2017
One of the primary goals of a QA engineer is to collect as much information as possible about the state of the product and the process of its development. 
Owning this information gives incredible power to the tester. How will it get and master this power, I will tell in my report.
Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

Big feature - small sprint

28.03.2017

During last two years I've been working in Agile teams and quite often have come across the situation when the feature is pretty big, but they still want to release it at the end of the sprint. That is in spite of the fact, that there is a great risk of violation of the timing and poor product quality.

So what should we, quality guards, do when eventually everything depends on us?

My report presents the analysis of the development stages from the testing point of view in such a difficult situation and provides tips for success.
Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)