Conferences for professionals in the information technology industry

Zaharchev Gjore

Quality Assurance Coordinator


Gjore Zaharchev is an Agile Evangelist and Heuristic Testing fighter with more than 14 years of experience in Automated, Manual, and also Performance Software Testing for various domains and clients. In this period Gjore has lead and managed QA people and QA teams from different locations in Europe and the USA and different team sizes. He recognizes testers as people with various problem-solving skills and an engineering mindset and believes that Software Testers are more than mere numbers to clients. Currently working at Seavus, with an official title of a Quality Assurance Line Manager responsible for the Software Testing Team. Also, he is an active speaker at several conferences and events in Europe and Testing Coach at SEDC Software Academy in Skopje. Since 2020 he is SEETB (an ISTQB) board member for Macedonia.


Cheat sheets are finally legal


Are you tired of documenting the same things over and over again and spending too much time preparing documentation instead of focusing on testing? Are you interested in just improving the test ideas instead of reinventing them constantly? Cheat sheets are finally legal and there is now a benefit of their use. Use some of the existing available Cheat sheets or just develop your own.

Developing test cases and wasting precious time should stay in the past and more intensive testing should be achieved. Test Cases are dead... Long Live the Cheat sheets!

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

Testing Beyond The Obvious


Testing beyond the obvious is about sharing some ideas to overcome one of the software testing challenges “how to do more coverage with less testing”. There is no silver bullet but there are so many great ideas which can be helpful, and Gjore is here to share his knowledge with us.

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)

Reinvented Regression testing


So many teams are abandoning regression testing in the agile era since it requires too much time. Usually they use the retest all technique and their testing efforts are increased in each iteration. The biggest question is:is there a correct way? Gjore is not quite sure about that but definitely knows a more useful approach.
Reinvent testing by introducing fresh Ideas and changes so you avoid the well known "pesticide paradox". Reduce the time
used for testing and speed up the time to market.

Audience level
Regular Talk (40 min)
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