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Ketterän testiautomaation kehitysaskeleet seminaari

5.2.2020 13:00 - 5.2.2020 16:00 VTT:n Auditorium, Kaitoväylä 1, Oulu

Tule kuuntelemaan ja keskustelemaan ohjelmistotestauksen menetelmistä DevOps-ympäristössä johtavien suomalaisten asiantuntijoiden kanssa, niin teollisuudesta kuin tutkimusmaailmasta.

TESTOMAT-projekti (https://www.testomatproject.eu) järjestää ketterän testiautomaation kehitysaskeleet -seminaarin Oulussa. Tilaisuus on maksuton.

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Ajankohta: keskiviikko 5.2.2020, klo 13:00 - 16:00

Paikka: Oulu, VTT:n Auditorium, Kaitoväylä 1

Ohjelma:

13:00 Tilaisuuden avaus

13:05 Alustukset

  1. Mutation testing for real C++ programs,
    Mika Rautila, VTT

    Mutation testing is an effective technique to assess quality and guide development of test suites. A major roadblock in wider deployment has been inadequate performance of tools. VTT discusses how mutant generation performance for C/C++ programs can be raised to an acceptable level and tool integration to development and testing processes.

  2. Testing in the cloud. Automating test infrastructure creation for web and mobile tests,
    Henri Terho, Qentinel Oy

    Qentinel has developed a hyperscalable test automation platform in the cloud to help companies scale their existing tests and create new ones in the cloud. In this short talk we explain how cloud based infrastructure can revolutionize the way you operate tests and we show a hands on demo of testing web applications with Qentinel pace.

  3. Scheduling test execution with limited shared test resources,
    Antti Haukinen, Comiq Oy
    It is our experience with embedded systems that limited testing resources becomes bottleneck in test automation execution. We have been investigating different approaches to test scheduling with dynamic reconfiguration of testbeds to optimize hardware utilization and test execution throughput. We will present a quick introduction to the subject.

  4. Leverage the power in your test results,
    Tommi Oinonen, Siili

  5. Software Test Automation Maturity - A Survey of the State of the Practice
    Mika Mäntylä, University of Oulu

    With the rise of agile development and the adoption of continuous integration, the software industry has seen an increasing interest in test automation. In this paper, we present a test automation maturity survey serving as a self-assessment for practitioners. Based on responses of 151 practitioners coming from above 101 organizations in 25 countries, we share our observations regarding the state of the practice.

  6. Scriptless test automation with open source TESTAR tool,
    Pekka Aho, Open University of the Netherlands
    Covering all the possible paths of the GUI (graphical user interface) with test scripts would take too much effort and result in serious maintenance issues. Instead, complementing the test scripts with scriptless test automation will cover the paths during robustness testing, to make sure that at least the system does not crash or freeze.

  7. Forest machine SW and services automated acceptance testing with Robot Framework,
    Sami Ahonen, Ponsse Oyj. 
    We share our experiences in automating simulation based testing in Robot Framework and using Qentinel Pace to automate web and mobile application testing.

15:00 Keskustelua osallistujien kesken pienen tarjoilun kera

Kullakin esityksen pitäjällä on auditoriumissa esittelypiste, jossa voi keskustella syvällisemmin ohjelmistotestauksen trendeistä.

16:00 Tilaisuuden päätös


Ystävällisin terveisin

Mika Rautila
mika.rautila@vtt.fi

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About ITEA3 TESTOMAT Project

Nowadays, quality software has come to mean “easy to adapt” because of the constant pressure to change. Consequently, modern software teams seek a delicate balance between two opposing forces: striving for reliability and striving for agility. The TESTOMAT project will support software teams to strike the right balance by increasing the development speed without sacrificing quality. The project will ultimately result in a Test Automation Improvement Model, which will define key improvement areas in test automation, with the focus on measurable improvement steps.