Have you ever faced a problem where your testing says everything is good to go, still fails at Production?
Have you ever thought, “What did I miss while testing the product?”
All my test results are “Pass”, but product is getting bad reviews from users!
I do not have enough time and I don’t know what to do.
No requirements are given, what should I test?
Development ended just now, I have been given only 2 hours to test, what to do?
Despite hard work, manager is never happy. What is missing?
If you have all such questions and more, feel free to attend my talk. It is totally interactive and rather than calling it just a talk, we can safely call this a guided discussion.
Objective of the session:
Introduce audience to test effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced world of agile today. The talk is also useful to break few historical and empirical myths of testing softwares.
Who can attend this session?
What all will be covered in the session?
This will be a refresher session on what, why, when, how, who, whom for, whom with, and where of Software Testing.
Benefits/Take away for the attendees:
Key benefits include
– Understanding Questioning skills
– Understanding coverages for today and tomorrow
– Think of Value rather than Pass/Fail stats
Pre-requisites to attend the session:
Just an open mind and ready to ask/answer questions.
Ramit Manohar Kaul
Vice-President at Moolya Software Testing Private Limited
Ramit Manohar Kaul has over 18 years of experience with 15+ years in software testing, development, corporate consulting and public domain training spanning countries like USA, UK, NZ, Australia, Malaysia, Philippines and India. He was a member of the technology group of Indian Testing Board (ITB). He has also been involved in CTFL and MBT (Model based Testing) content & syllabus reviews for ISTQB. His name has been included as one of the contributors for MBT syllabus released in 2015.
Ramit is also an advisory group member for Agile Testing Alliance (ATA) and is the President of Bangalore chapter for ATA.
He has been instrumental in transitioning software development to India for companies like Puretesting and Dell.
Ramit belongs to a group of respectable innovators in the area of process consulting and exploratory testing. He is a frequent speaker in technology conferences and has the ability to nurture and grow breakthrough ideas and mentor new talents.