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See you next Year!

Stream A
Stream B
Stream C

7:30 AM to 8:30 AM CEST

Registration

8:30 AM to 8:45 AM CEST

Opening

9:00 AM to 9:45 AM CEST

Almost ready to start your career as a tester? Not sure what else you need to know before you begin? In that case this presentation is for you! After hearing my speech, you will know what are the key things every New Software Tester should learn. Do you need to know all Testing Methodologies? Master all Soft Skills known to mankind? Listen in and find out!

Ewa Marchewka – Nokia

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM CEST

Are you thinking about a career switch to IT but don’t have a computer science degree? Don’t despair. Let me show you what you have to go through on your way to success and how to prepare for the new reality on the job market.

Dagmara Wójcik – Nokia

11:00 AM to 11:45 AM CEST

An autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Haller, which was prepared for the RoboSub 2022 competition, will be presented. The subject of discussion will be innovative ideas used in robot, how they were developed and tested.

Krzysztof Sarwa & Tomasz Małachowski – MathWorks & AGH MARINES

12:00 PM to 12:45 PM CEST

Testing is for everyone, right? All you have to do is click on the application as described in the requirements. It doesn’t get any easier than that. If you think so, you’re terribly mistaken. Testers are not „clickers” who mindlessly execute a script that has been written out. Testing requires an analytical approach, broad domain knowledge, knowledge of techniques and best practices. Therefore, using examples from my experience, I would like to tell you what are the most common mistakes made by testers (not only beginners). And what to do to be better in your profession.

Arnika Hryszko – Polish Testing Board – Stowarzyszenie Jakości Systemów Informatycznych

12:45 PM to 1:00 PM CEST

Let’s meet our sponsor SJSI!

Polish Testing Board – Stowarzyszenie Jakości Systemów Informatycznych

 

 

2:00 PM to 3:45 PM CEST

Due to the lack of technical specialists on the market, and a fierce battle between companies about existing ones, we are attacked with various boot camp ads that said that we could become a programmer or tester without academic education in a short time. Can someone really become a tester in three months? People associated with software testing for years will answer this and other questions. Maybe you are asking this question to yourself and have more things you would like to know. Seize the opportunity! Come to the panel and ask the experts!

Panelists: Ewa Marchewka (Nokia), Dagmara Wójcik (Nokia), Robert Oleśkiewicz (GlobalLogic)

4:00 PM to 4:45 PM CEST

At some point, every one of us while introducing test automatization to an organization or project had or will have to choose a tool. In this case study, I will show the whole process and comparison of introducing those types of tools simultaneously in one organization, similar projects, side by side from the organization’s point of view.

I will not compare the tool’s capabilities but I will focus on the process and obstacles to overcome during the introduction of new automation frameworks in organizations.

Łukasz Szorc

7:30 AM to 8:30 AM CEST

Registration

9:00 AM to 9:45 AM CEST

Kotlin – modern multi-paradigm language for JVM, Android and multi-platform. So… is it just another Java flavour?

While Android developers have fallen in love with Kotlin instantly, non-mobile devs are usually sceptical.

In this talk I will dive into Kotlin and show you how to quickly refactor Java code – of course using practical examples.

Is Kotlin programming right for you or your team? Come to the presentation and see yourself.

Jarosław Michalik

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM CEST

The Big Word in Crypto – Decentralization. Many talk about it, but it is so hard to actually implement it. There are various flavours and dimensions of well decentralized project, platform or protocol, but pretty often we forget to have a look at how these projects are governed, how the changes are being implemented, how the stakeholders are distributed and incentivised. Are we really community driven? Are we really decentralised here? What is the Holy Grail of the Crypto Governance? The Big Word in Crypto – Decentralization. Many talk about it, but it is so hard to actually implement it. There are various flavours and dimensions of well decentralized project, platform or protocol, but pretty often we forget to have a look at how these projects are governed, how the changes are being implemented, how the stakeholders are distributed and incentivised. Are we really community driven? Are we really decentralised here? What is the Holy Grail of the Crypto Governance?

Andrzej.btc

11:00 AM to 11:45 AM CEST

The presentation will cover the problems faced by IT investigators who handle security incidents. Very often the act itself turns out not to be the biggest problem at all.

 

Wojciech Pilszak – e-detektywi.pl

12:00 PM to 12:45 PM CEST

Restrictive processes expect us to follow the norms. We concentrate on specification first and test usually too late, when all the world is in a hurry. A heavy process is already difficult to handle, and yet, we need to find a time space to retest new release candidates when bugfix is ready. It is mandatory, and usually – it is a nightmare. Sounds familiar? Can we do anything with it? Can we build an effective test strategy in a restrictive process? Can we even add something that is not restrictive by its nature but helps? Let’s see whether it is possible to test intensively, find plenty of bugs and be on time when the product is car- or medical-type.

Robert Oleśkiewicz – GlobalLogic

2:00 PM to 2:45 PM CEST

During this presentation we will quickly go through the code of the Smart Contract written in Solidity, then we’ll deploy it and start talking about testing. We’ll cover manual testing using Remix (online IDE), writing unit tests in Solidity and tests in the application interacting with the Smart Contract.

Dawid Perdek – Synergy Codes | BFC

3:00 PM to 3:45 PM CEST

When an issue occurs in mobile networks, a ticket is opened to describe the problem at various levels of detail. One of the major concerns is the assignment of the ticket to the proper development unit that is responsible for the required fixes. Our goal is to minimize the number of tickets that are incorrectly forwarded to some development units. In this presentation, we will share what we have learned in general during the path to achieve our goal. Then, we will focus on a particular solution that is based on the deep contextualized language model, BERT. The usage of BERT for the ticket classification comes with multiple challenges. First, the vocabulary of the ticket data is different than the base vocabulary of BERT, which means that we need to create a new BERT tokenizer for the ticket data. Second, the ticket data is completely different that the data that was used to pretrain BERT in terms of vocabulary and contextual information, which means that we need to pretrain BERT using the ticket data.

4:00 PM to 4:45 PM CEST

This presentation will help you to learn about Impostor Syndrome and how it can affect your career. What will be discussed: 

Definition – What is impostor syndrome? 

Symptoms – How can you recognise it? 

Impostor cycle – Why it is so hard to break it? 

Reasons – Why do people suffer from impostor syndrome? 

Impact – How does impostor syndrome impact your life and career? 

What to do – How can you overcome impostor syndrome? 

Ewa Marchewka – Nokia

7:30 AM to 8:30 AM CEST

Registration

9:00 AM to 9:45 AM CEST

What is the current state of security of web applications? What is the most common vulnerability? Which web technology is the most secure? I’ll try to answer these questions while presenting ~20 real life cases of vulnerabilities in web apps. 

Michał Sajdak – Sekurak

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM CEST

Daily regression testing is an ideal way to discover whether new functionality has broken anything previously working. As the test coverage must be large, only a percentage of it will find any bugs. Let’s connect the history of failures and related software changes, to find which of tests will possibly fail this time!

Sebastian Zarębski

11:00 AM to 11:45 AM CEST

Ten years ago, I started working on projects that use machine learning in software quality assurance. Something that started out as just academic research has evolved into tools that are successfully helping testers in commercial software development. I will talk about them briefly, and then we will move on to what is a major obstacle to the successful application of machine learning in companies – the lack of quality data describing software development processes and products. It has been said that “data is the new oil” – thus, for the past few years, at Jagiellonian University, we have been developing open-source projects to automate the collection, on an unprecedented scale, of software data. Anyone can join them!

Jarosław Hryszko

12:00 PM to 12:45 PM CEST

The last few years have seen a rise in the usage of GraphQL. As every new technology, there are also new risks that must be well understood to avoid attacks and data breaches. This presentation will touch the topic of penetration testing for GraphQL APIs, with practical demonstrations, examples, and the right tooling for assessing the security of your APIs.

Julio Cesar Fort

2:00 PM to 2:45 PM CEST

In my speech I will connect philosophy and IT. I will talk about how to use stoic principles during automation testing. I will explain how to use stoic philosophy during daily work of automation QA engineers on real examples. I will share my opinion that stoic philosophy isn’t just boring ancient theory which we know from school subjects, but real self-development program which can be applied in modern life and in IT sphere for example in automation testing.

3:00 PM to 3:45 PM CEST

Digital accessibility is becoming an important aspect of our software. People with various disabilities want to use our products and market proves they are one of our most loyal customers. In addition, European and Polish laws are introducing more and more regulations in this field. Taking care of digital accessibility must be at the core of our product, it is not enough to install an „accessibility” plug-in. The lecture will show tools that help us identify accessibility problems. The automated ones are detecting some of the most common errors at the development stage, and the ones that are monitoring production version.

Tomasz BoniorAccens

What is test dive?

Test Dive is one of the largest test conferences in Poland. The conference may be attended by everyone, especially students, professionals, representatives of academics, business partners and all passionate.  Our event presents the latest testing trends, best practices and topics related with software development life-cycle and quality. 

The conference creates space to exchange experiences, discuss and deliberate ideas. It is a unique platform to integrate test enthusiasts with academic community and business by networking.

The lectures are focused on hottest topics in industry: 

🔵  Testing Techniques and Methodologies, 

🔵  Test Automation, 

🔵  Test Management, 

🔵  Security, 

🔵  Agile, 

🔵  IoT, 

🔵  DevOps, 

🔵  Blockchain, 

🔵  Machine Learning.

Each of them is initiating interesting discussions related to the quality and software testing.

Workshop, VR and even more

Workshop: First steps in automated testing in PyTest

 
Presentation dedicated to Python developers and testers wishing to learn PyTest testing framework. The lecture covers the basics of PyTest and requires no prior experience in it.
 
The only pre-requirement is at least basic knowledge of Python syntax and language features. Additionally, during the lecture a quiz with prizes will be held. To participate only phone with internet connection will be required.
 

The Nokia Learning Space – the future of remote hands-on learning

The Nokia Learning Space is a Virtual Reality based training and learning campus. Not only can lectures be organized worldwide in an immersive environment with build-in green-screen technology, but also hands-on practice can now be virtualized in a risk-free environment.

As more and more of our daily work is done remotely, the need for remote training and learning grows. Remote training can flexibly be organized and removes the need to travel with a cost-efficient and environment-friendly solution.

With VR we created a life-like training environment in 3D that allows the learners to experience and practice a full installation & commissioning training step-by-step. In order to do this we replicate the hardware in a digital form, then with little extra cost we can replicate the training setup and make it available globally. The cost-saving is substantial, but there are further benefits from digitalization. Learning also means making mistakes, practice in VR can be done risk-free. Just imagine what could go wrong in a training on how to install equipment at heights, or when learning how to extinguish a fire.

Join us at the conference to experience virtual learning with Nokia!

Where and when?

The sixth edition of Test Dive Conference will take place on 13th October 2022.

We have a hybrid formula this year. You can participate in two ways:

🔵  in person – visit us in Multikino Cinema in Cracow,

🔵  online from anywhere in the world.

TestDive 2022 will provide you a lot of lectures with interesting speakers and a discussion panel.

We cannot wait to meet you all!

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Polish Testing Board – Stowarzyszenie Jakości Systemów Informatycznych

A non-profit organization that supports the development of the IT community by supporting personal development. Through the accreditation process, they take care of the quality of trainings preparing all PL market participants for international ISTQB® and IREB® certificates. SJSI unificates the terminology concerning issues related to quality management, in particular testing or business analysis, and support for local and international initiatives to implement good and proven processes and practices. SJSI creates a space for exchange of experiences. e.g. as the main organizer of the TestWarez. In 2022, they organized the first edition of a conference for beginners in the IT industry „Na Podbój IT!”. They can easily call themselves a patron not only of testing but also of quality in Poland.

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