What is WCSQ?
The WCSQ is a three day conference, held for the sixth time. This year it took place in London, UK. The conference is dedicated to software quality testing and assurance. This year’s primary topic was the so called “Shifting left”. This July the Hilton Metropole was welcoming a lot of guests interested in the QA field in one way or another.
What’s all the fuss about?
QA-people from all over the world found their way to the congress. And they did not go all that way without reason. The catch is that there were lots of famous speakers and presentations, mind-blowing innovations and lots of fun. A great place to learn the newest QA trends and tricks, to get a few tips. Plus an opportunity of sharing experience with lots of fellow testers and managers.
The main WCSQ topics
Certainly a lot was said and done during the conference and there’s no possibility to tell about all, but here are some of the most interesting topics raised during the congress:
· Processes of high performance software engineering
· Agile environment testing and the change of our role in it
· New patterns for automation testing
· Repository Driven Test Automation
· Transformational QM (Quality Management)
· Verification and Validation via focusing on test viewpoints: practical approach
· Questions about reliability of software designed for security
· Excellence in Test Data Management for improved Testing Quality
Why’d BugHuntress QA Lab team go?
The congress was the perfect opportunity for various QA teams to share experiences and to listen to respected speakers. To gain new skills and to learn something new. The BugHuntress team, for instance, found out about the latest trends in testing methodologies, scrum development, IDBS and the so called “shifting left” – the main idea of the conference.
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