Selenium Camp 2018

March 2-3 2018
Київ, Украина
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Никита Макаров

Test Automation Team Lead at Одноклассники

Артем Ерошенко

Независимый консультант at ИТ

Tomer Steinfeld

Frontend Developer at Applitools

Сергей Пирогов

Senior Automation QA Engineer at Ciklum

Baris Sarialioglu

Managing Partner at Keytorc Software Testing Services

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Topic: IT

Selenium Camp 2018 — конференция, полностью посвященная автоматизации тестирования. На мероприятие присутствовало более полусотни спикеров из разных стран. Они обсудили вопросы о веб-автоматизации с помощью Selenium / WebDriver, тестировании микросервисов, машинном обучении, тестировании десктопных и мобильных приложений, инструментах тестирования и о многом другом.

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  • Программистам
  • QA-специалистам
  • Системным администраторам
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Никита Макаров

Test Automation Team Lead at Одноклассники

Pandora’s white box

 Most of the time in testing communities all over the world discussions about “right way to test the system” are going from the “black box” point of view. At the same time “white box” assumed to be prerogative of developers.

I’ll try to answer the following questions:

– how to prevent developers from writing wrong code?
– how to inject failures in code during the testing before it will fail in production?
– what is source code parsing and why should you care about it?
– social coding analysis and coverage – what this can give you?

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Milan Falešník

Senior Quality Engineer at Red Hat

Make yourself comfortable and leverage Selenium with Python

Every automated testing system evolves over time. Let me tell you a story about how we started testing CloudForms. First with standard libraries and tools, then gradually developing and improving our own tools. Python played an important role, one which gave us the opportunities and freedom on how to approach the code. We subsequently did two refactors of the system. In the first, we focused on abstracting the UI interactions out of the test. Second, we carefully continued to iterate with feedback from our successes and failures. Instead of intertwined spaghetti code, we designed a couple of stand-alone libraries that jointly power our testing system with focus on declarativity. One library represents the abstraction of the UI, inspired by good ideas from Page Objects, but doing things better. The second one takes care of navigating around the UI in an intuitive way. And there are other ones as well. So let’s go through this story together and watch how we leveraged our Selenium testing with Python.

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Галина Доксвель

Project Manager at EPAM Systems

Powerful gamification

This talk is about how to introduce effective gamification on a project. We will talk about different gamification modes and will take a look into real-life examples of successful gamification implementation for Test Team activities. We will review batch of artifacts and case-studies, including lessons learned and related highlights. Within main takeaways there will be re-usable instruments and piece of inspiration to start gamify your environment.

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Артем Ерошенко

Независимый консультант at ИТ

Allure 2: new gen test report tool

Everyone involved in the automated testing has to examine the autotest results. The bigger the project is, the more results one has to review. The world keeps getting faster, some products release several times a week if not a day.

Allure Framework is a popular instrument that makes analysis of autotest reports easier. This talk will cover its new version Allure 2. One of its main advantages is extendability: now you can adapt Allure to suite your needs using a plugin system. Besides that, it has a lot of interesting features ranging from test environment and test retries to text fixtures.

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Алексей Хурсевич

Head of R&D at Qaprosfot

Dockerization of real mobile device farm and scalable QA automation ecosystem

Share our expertise in building up of highly scalable and effective infrastructure for Test Automation based on open-source solutions like Selenium and Appium by means of Docker.

We are going to show real case studies of our production challenges. Also we are going to talk about self-hosted mobile cloud solutions as part of QA ecosystem and how Docker simplifies our life in this area.

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Роман Иовлев

Ведущий специалист автоматизированного тестирования at EPAM Systems

JDI 2.0 in examples

JDI is a great framework for UI testing but me moves forward. JDI 2.0 provides not only a tool or framework but a list of approaches and practices for testing. There are some breaking changes in 2.0 version, but most JDI features still available in JDI 2.0.

In this master class session I would like to demonstrate real QA automation tasks and how easy they can be resolved with JDI 2.0. Master class will cover the Web UI automation on JDI based on Selenium. It has “task – solution” format. No theory. No water. Only practice.

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Tomer Steinfeld

Frontend Developer at Applitools

Codeless Visual Testing

Record-playback tools have been used by countless applications, in order to test their UI functionality. In this talk we’ll take a look at how you can gain confidence in your application by using Selenium IDE in order to visually test your application without writing a single line of code.

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Артем Никитин

System Engineer at HERE

Lightning talks


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System Engineer at HERE

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Роман Иовлев

Ведущий специалист автоматизированного тестирования at EPAM Systems

JDI 2.0 in examples, part 2

JDI is a great framework for UI testing but me moves forward. JDI 2.0 provides not only a tool or framework but a list of approaches and practices for testing. There are some breaking changes in 2.0 version, but most JDI features still available in JDI 2.0.

In this master class session I would like to demonstrate real QA automation tasks and how easy they can be resolved with JDI 2.0. Master class will cover the Web UI automation on JDI based on Selenium. It has “task – solution” format. No theory. No water. Only practice.

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Сергей Король

Lead Test Automation Engineer at Waverley Software

The essential tools for test code quality improvement

Is it reasonable or not to control the quality of a test code? Why do Software Engineers in Test have to follow the same rules and conventions as developers do? Is there any tool which may help to partially automate and simplify the code review process? Should it be integrated into main development flow?

It’s time to change the way you look at Test Automation. In this talk you’ll see practical examples of the use of code quality tools, and understand how they can be applied in the CI flow.

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Canberk Akduygu

Chieft Test Architect at Testinium

Mobile Peer 2 Peer Communication Testing

Basic functionalities of a peer 2 peer communication application are text, voice messaging, VoIP and video calls. In order to test its functionalities, we need more than two devices to communicate with each other. There are also network interruptions / changes or app notification installed on mobile device which can harm the quality of communication and application.

In order to automate regression test of those kind of application, we have extended Appium and Selenium Grid where we are able to cross communicate “n” number devices with each other. We also created a layer manipulating the mobile devices’ Bluetooth, wireless and other features.

Right now, we are able to automate P2P appliications test with more than 100 devices varying from iOS to Android.

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Андрей Солнцев

Разработчик at Codeborne

Flaky tests are a pain

A test that was green yesterday can suddenly become red – for no apparent reason. Nobody changed anything. Just the moon is not in that phase. Just the matrix has you.

I will show my collection of real examples of flaky tests from my experience. These are really tricky investigations, that lasted many days, weeks and even years!

We’ll figure out how to write tests so that they are stable and independent of the karma of the developer.

My talk will be interesting to both testers and developers – anyone who loves to solve unsolvable puzzles.

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Тарас Олексин

Senior Test Automation Engineer at SoftServe

SCULPT! YOUR! TESTS!

Concise and elegant automated tests?
Pain free ( almost  ) web UI test stack?
More time for drinking coffee/playing Cuphead/starring into the void* ?
Jump in, we’ll talk Lombok, Vavr, Owner, why you should use ready solutions and how to make tests more concise and readable. Vaper and/or hoverboard required.

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Budi Utomo

Test Infrastructure Engineer at Zalando SE

Appium meets Selenium and Docker

This talk will showcase how to leverage containers to solve UI-Test infrastructure for Android.

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Aliaksei Boole

Software engineer in test at Juno

Testing on prod (without pain and humiliation)

In this talk I want to share our own experience testing on prod. Our users help us test and customize our algorithms and do not even know about it!

How it works?

Let’s discuss…

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Дарья Белявая

Senior QA Engineer at Fashionette

How automation testing helps us to sell luxury bags

What is your first impression of a word Serenity? We also weren’t sure and thus checked the Urban dictionary. What we have found was the exact description of our test framework, which we have been using for 1 year already.

“Serenity is a loving, funny and caring person. When she’s in love, she loves hard. She will take you back even if you hurt me. She puts people over herself. Hardworking and smart. She doesn’t cry but when she does it’s streams create oceans. She is loud and will do her best to make you the best person possible. She sees beauty in everything but herself. But she’s amazing person to be in a relationship with. She’ll give you her mind, body and soul even when you don’t deserve it. Irreplaceable and hard to come by. Don’t give up on her because she won’t give up on you. She finds light in the darkest things. She’s the one you want to take home to your family. Athletic and always smiling. Serenity is not a common name and not a common person, so hold on to her.”
“Serenity is the whole package”
“Damn she looks good”

In my work, I would like to share with you our ups and downs, why we select Serenity and why sometimes we hate it but still love it. Why pure Selenium and BDD are cool and how Serenity can beats Selenide.

Live with me all the major periods of automation development in the Fashionette. Why is Serenity cool but not really?

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Сергей Пирогов

Senior Automation QA Engineer at Ciklum

Test infrastructure on steroids

In this talk, I am going to show approach to which helps to integrate test automation into delivery pipeline. DevOps practices become more popular and test automation engineers should follow them. I will show the way how we implemented flexible browser cluster, dockerized services on-demand and infrastructure as a code. Utilizing capabilities of Ansible, Selenoid, Jira test rail

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Иван Крутов

Developer at Aerokube

Mobile automation: three act tragedy

This talk is about challenges you may encounter while trying to set up mobile automation infrastructure yourself. Three main cases are shown in detail: Android mobile automation, iOS mobile automation and issues with real-devices. I’m going to show the mainstream approaches on how to do this as well as enumerate various issues you should be aware of. The main goal is to give a general understanding of how mobile automation differs from desktop automation. This should help to make a decision – whether such infrastructure research should be done inside your company or outsourced to online services.

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Can Yildirim

QA Engineer at Al Tayer

Layout Testing with Galen Framework

Layout testing seemed always a complex task. Galen Framework offers a simple solution: test location of objects relatively to each other on page. Using a special syntax and comprehensive rules you can describe any layout you can imagine. In this talk we will be talking about designing, implementing and running test cases with Galen Framework.

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Baris Sarialioglu

Managing Partner at Keytorc Software Testing Services

How to get more from DevOps and Test Automation

Nowadays, many organizations are challenging agile, and focus more on DevOps as their brand new ALM methodology. Devops can be regarded as a next generation methodology beyond agile, especially with it’s special focus on test automation.

If you want your organization to survive in today’s agile world, you need to learn and adapt to the changing landscape of Devops and utilize test automation to help speed delivery and high quality. When it comes to a successful DevOps transformation, test automation is one of the keys.

For some reason, some people are afraid of getting their hands dirty with Devops and test automation since they do believe that they don’t have the know-how, the tools, “enough” time, and, most commonly, the staff and budget. Of course, some approaches can be very difficult, take a lot of time, and be very expensive. But they don’t have to be. Within my session, I will discuss some of the test automation approaches we (as Keytorc) have successfully implemented in Devops environments and while doing so I will try to keep all the blocking factors as low as possible.

Once correctly implemented, these solutions may bring many benefits into your Devops environment. Some of the most critical ones include: a powerful foundation to cope with the software testing challenges and a systematic approach to shorten the time-to-market delivery by supporting the quality of your products in preliminary stages.

My session mainly focuses on the challenges of Devops and Test Automation and it will guide attendees to practically utilize different aspects of test automation based on the experiences of Devops and Agile.

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Александр Романов

QA Lead Automation at Playtika

Integration testing for microservices with Spring Boot

In my talk I will tell about challenges and questions which emerge in testing and test automation at microservices world. I will guide the listeners with practical examples of implementing integration and component tests using Spring Boot framework and TestContainers library. The talk will be interesting for beginners as a starting point to include microservices testing into the overall testing strategy.

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Ярослав Пернеровский

Test Automation Lead at GlobalLogic

Deep dive into Selenium Waits

Implicit vs Explicit waits is a holy-war topic ever. But let’s dig deeper than just words. Let’s go thought the code and find out why there are so many different thoughts and how to deal with all of them in near perfect harmony.

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Антон Ангелов

Quality Assurance Architect at Progress

Infinite improbability testing – execute all tests in parallel

100000 tests executed under half an hour – sounds like a myth? Well, we made it, and I’m going to tell you a story how we got there. Through surveys, we discovered that many companies desire to utilize the benefits from parallel tests execution to optimize their software development process. However, they struggle with the process. Lack of available tooling, documentation, tests data arrangement/deletion, handling E2E tests specifics like browsers, emulators, etc. We were one of this companies. Because of that, we created an open-source tool for the job. Throughout the presentation, you will find statistics where, depending on the type of the tests, the tests execution can speed up from 4- 40 times which makes the run of the 100000 tests possible for 27 minutes.

It will be shown how to utilize the tool, its various features and where/when it is appropriate to use it. Also, you will find example solutions to most of the common challenges in executing tests in parallel. We believe that in the near future the parallel tests execution will be a necessity, much like unit tests or continuous integration now. This will be one of the pillars for the companies to improve their competitiveness and effectiveness.

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Дмитрий Гуменюк

Delivery Manager at EPAM Systems

Report Portal use cases with maximum value

Powerful tools give a lot room for improvements. In order to make it valuable for you, I define your way of configuration. This talk will represent use cases of ReportPortal and the most beneficial configurations of usage. Based on real project examples, with collected metrics and efficiency improvement for them.

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Saturday, March 3
Day 2

Organization of successful automation

In many resources about automation, we can find that first step in automation is choosing the right tools. But is it the best first steps? In my experience as QA Manager, I saw many failed automation projects with strong engineers who were successfully solving really difficult technical changes but they failed in an organization of automation process. They miss such things as test cases prioritization, MVP, the balance between automation value and framework complexity, helping POs and BAs to execute UAT in different environments, advertising automation framework to stakeholders.

So in this talk, I would like to focus on organization automation project, how to make technically poor automation framework successful in the eyes of stakeholders and to have maxim value for product quality.

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Александр Хотемской

JS automation consultant at Ciklum

Scaling execution of ProtractorJS on AWS Lambda with Selenoid

FaaS services (like AWS Lambda) allows flexibly run your separate functions with super-fast scaling, and great independency. Tests by their nature are perfectly fits for running in isolation. Theoretical limit of concurrent tests is millions, but for WebDriver tests problem is with avalilable browsers. Fortunately new hope is here – Selenoid, allows to scale your browsers farm to huge sizes. In this talk i want to show experiments about running NodeJS tests (ProtractorJS + MochaJS) into AWS Lambda and Selenoid as browser supplier.

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Екатерина Шепелева

Lead Software Testing Engineer at EPAM Systems

Can accessibility testing be automated?

I would like to share basics about accessibility, my experience in this type of testing and also to talk about accessibility from automation perspective: can this type of testing be automated at all, what tools can be used, can accessibility testing be fully performed without people evaluation at all?

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Алексей Токар

VP of Engineering at WorldAPP

Bug prediction based on your code history

The talk is about a possibility of creation non-static code analyzer which will point a dev team to some unobvious bugs in the system based on machine learning technics.

We will become acquainted with Weka — the machine learning tool for exploratory development of the algorithm, also, we will take a closer look on basic algorithms for classification: Decision Trees, SVM and Naive Bayes classifier.

Real life examples will show you how the development life cycle can be improved with AI technics.

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Александр Качур

Lead Automation QA at Waverley

Performance testing of microservices in action

Internet changed our lives. We no longer go to book store since there is Amazon. We no longer watch TV since there are YouTube and Netflix. We tend to migrate into Internet and this is generates huge amount of traffic. This brings us new challenges but old solutions fail to keep pace with changes.

During past few years microservice oriented design became standard for distributed high load systems. It’s been proven by lots of companies including FANG (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) so at this stage efficiency of this approach is indisputable. Unfortunately there is no silver bullet and with all good parts we’ve received operation complexity, configuration management complexity, difficulties with debugging and tracing, instability of interfaces and performance drawback caused by expenses of IPC.

Goal of this talk is to get through performance analysis process of simple calculator application implemented as a set of microservices with following FOSS toolset: k6 and gatling for traffic generation, prometheus for monitoring, perf Linux profiler and FlameGraph project for flame graphs generation.

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Иван Крутов

Developer at Aerokube

Master-class: Selenoid: get rid of Selenium Server!

Browser tests are known to be the flakiest ones. This is partly because browser infrastructure is complicated to maintain. But the second reason is – main stream browser automation tools such as Selenium server are far from being efficient.

As your company grows – your browser automation infrastructure should easily adapt to increased loads and new requirements. Unfortunately this is not so easy to get really scalable Selenium cluster using only the main stream tools. But there are some new open-source tools and approaches that can be used to deliver really scalable Selenium cluster.

This master-class covers an emerging browser automation tool – Selenoid, a truly efficient replacement of the standard Selenium server. I will explain how it works and why it is so fast. I will show in details features like video recording, sending logs and statistics to centralized storage and how to easily visualize this data.

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Анна Чернышова

Lead Software Test Automation Engineer at EPAM Systems

BDD’s rose-colored approach

Talk about how to start automation fast in several teams at the same time, to ensure the unity of technical solutions, and do not lose in quality as well. Explicate the BDD library Akita that allows our teams to deliver a new feature completely covered by autotests with relevant documentation for just a week-long sprint.

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Иван Крутов

Developer at Aerokube

Master-class: Selenoid: get rid of Selenium Server! part 2

Browser tests are known to be the flakiest ones. This is partly because browser infrastructure is complicated to maintain. But the second reason is – main stream browser automation tools such as Selenium server are far from being efficient.

As your company grows – your browser automation infrastructure should easily adapt to increased loads and new requirements. Unfortunately this is not so easy to get really scalable Selenium cluster using only the main stream tools. But there are some new open-source tools and approaches that can be used to deliver really scalable Selenium cluster.

This master-class covers an emerging browser automation tool – Selenoid, a truly efficient replacement of the standard Selenium server. I will explain how it works and why it is so fast. I will show in details features like video recording, sending logs and statistics to centralized storage and how to easily visualize this data.

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Роман Маринский

Test Automation Engineer at Semicolon Lab

Kotlin with API tests

This talk is for those who already does test automation in Java or Groovy and interested in new tools and techniques in test automation. Also for those, who would like to understand if it is worth to learn Kotlin and use it on real projects.

We will review the most useful features of Kotlin that will help you in practice to solve real tasks. Also some libraries and tools will be demonstrated to simplify tests coding.

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Надежда Пухта

Automation QA Engineer at Softjourn
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Xamarin.UITest. From Zero to Hero

Xamarin.UITest is a C# test automation framework that enables testing mobile apps on Android and iOS. Mobile automation is not a piece of cake but Xamarin.UITest aims to provide a suitable abstraction on top of the platform tools to let you focus on what to test. This talk is not only an introduction of framework but also we are going to present its practical aspects, technical details, benefits and disadvantages. We will show a growing process from “Zero” – when you have only few local tests, to “Hero” – when you run your tests simultaneously and have fully integrated solution into CI/CD pipeline.

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Сергей Пирогов

Senior Automation QA Engineer at Ciklum
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Test Automation Puzzlers


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Евгений Рудиев

QA Automation Engineer at GamePoint

Don’t you like integration testing as me?

I will talk about integration testing nightmare (around 100 integrations with 3rd parties) and decisions that we did to get rid of integration testing. All talk is based on real project.

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Николай Алименков

Java-техлид at XP Injection

Bro, manage test data like a pro!

Almost any application or software system manages data. It is hard to imagine test automation that is not affected by this fact. There are many differenct approaches how to prepare system under test, providing predefined test data: use application UI, invoke API methods, run business logic directly, access DB from test scenarios, etc. In this talk we will review most of existing approaches, starting from the easiest and the most popular ones and finishing with really tricky ways to manage your test data for large distributed systems. There is no ideal solution for every case or silver bullet, but I hope your toolset will become wider after visiting this talk.

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Артем Никитин

System Engineer at HERE

AWS hurries to the rescue

Very often I’m finding that many people in IT world either don’t know about AWS or any other public cloud or doesn’t have enough experience with it. I often see questions and problems through chats, Slack channels or forums that can be easily solved with AWS help and very often this solution will be very cheap or even free.

In this talk, I want to share my experience of using AWS services for solving different tasks in my daily work not only for testing but in many other areas as well. I also want to introduce AWS to the people who have no idea about what cloud computing is. I’m not affiliated with AWS in any way and they don’t pay me for this. It means that there will be no marketing bullshit, but only my personal blood and tears.

In my talk, I will mention both foundational AWS services, like S3 or EC2, and new things, that may become a “”Next Big Thing””, like Lambda. I will share my experience of using them, problems that I found and results that I’ve got.

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Андрей Солнцев

Разработчик at Codeborne

Arrange, mazafaka!

Every test should include 3 steps:

1. Arrange
2. Act
3. Assert

We can write tests that ACT: click buttons, fill forms, download files. Our tests can ASSERT: matchers, screenshots, even whole report portals.

But we forgot about the first step, we cannot ARRANGE. We use real databases. We send real SMS and Emails. We write hacks to close AD banners during test execution. It’s the reason why our tests become more and more complex, slow and flaky.

In this session we will learn again the basic step: how to prepare data and services for test execution.

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Александр Кулик

Software Developer at Playtika

Automated testing in Playtika: the story of evolution

Playtika started from a single monolithic application several years ago occasionally covered with unit tests. But now we have sophisticated architecture with hundred of microservices that handle several games, dozens of platforms and hundreds of features supporting millions of users. This all should work like a charm day and night. Which is definitely not possible without automated testing. So I will tell how Playtika has developed testing infrastructure with different layers of testing; what kind of tests we have and what for; when and where we run them; how we monitor them and which reports we build; what kinds of tools we use and why and more else. But the most important is which pitfalls we met on our way and the lessons we extracted from it.

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Игорь Хрол

Специалист по автоматизации тестирования at Toptal

How to test Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning solutions?

Testing community is discussing how machine learning can find bugs and replace testers. Meanwhile the reality is more boring and not so much futuristic. Engineers are releasing machine learning and artificial intelligence services that should be tested. Based on real experience of delivering such products I want to share how different such testing is from regular solutions and what are possible problems. After my talk you’ll have a starting point to test this AI and ML magic once you are faced with it.

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