More about the event
It is a combination of unconference format, where participants selects topics of interest, and keynote speakers.
Maaret Pyhäjärvi, Finland
Software specialist with soft spots for hands-on testing, helping teams grow and building successful products and businesses. Agile, Lean, Lean startup are mindsets I work with. I work towards happiness and wellbeing of people who create software – not just programmers.
Collaborative Exploratory and Unit Testing
Testing is about feedback. Working through the questions of what and how of testing, we’ve refined a tester-facing discipline of Exploratory testing and a developer-facing discipline of Unit Testing. We’ve built in-depth skills in those disciplines, their belief systems and their variations. We’ve brought specialists of each discipline to same teams to deliver software that is closer to ready for its stakeholders, together. In addition to understanding and valuing both the disciplines, we still need to mix the people of different disciplines with hands-on collaboration to harness the right insights of exploration to protect code. Cross-pollination of the two is needed for both sides to truly flourish.
dr. sc. Dario Hrupec, Croatia
Dario is senior research assistant and project collaborator in natural sciences (field: PHYSICS, branch: ASTROPHYSICS & ASTRONOMY) at Ruder Boskovic Institute. In his daily work he uses Linux, C/C++ and Python, CERN Root and LaTeX
How do natural scientists test their ideas?
Science means knowledge, from latin scientia. However, scientific knowledge is not any kind of knowledge. It is a specific knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe. It has been accumulated and organized by a procedure called the scientific method. In this lecture the scientific method is going to be explained as well as the benefit of applying it to everyday life and even to software testing.