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NTD2016 is over! Thank you all!
NTD2016 is over! Thank you all!
NTD2016 is over! Thank you all!
NTD2016 is over! Thank you all!
NTD2016 is over! Thank you all!

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Welcome to the Smart Home!  The Internet of Things now extends to how energy is transmitted and used within our homes.  Utilities monitor and...

Earth’s population is aging (http://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/world

IT organizations are adopting DevOps practices to speed more frequent software releases to production and to not only accelerate time to market...

The HomeAway Traveler team and its test engineers comfortably ship 28 of their sites daily.

Nikita Hasis,
United States

Talk is about automated vulnerability finding technique, that uses fuzzing and code coverage based input selection.

One attack scenario with LIVE demos to illustrate the most widespread web application security issues based on my own experience as pen-tester,...

Elar Lang,
Estonia

As a tester on an agile team, you’ve probably experienced at least one of these scenarios:

Abby Bangser,
United States

IT organizations are adopting DevOps practices to speed more frequent software releases to production and to not only accelerate time to market...

Sujay Honnamane,
United States

An environment is something that is very important to developers, testers, teams and companies in general.

Lim Sim,
United Kingdom

Space missions, emergently relevant in the modern world, possess extremely high costs and risks.

You remember ever having a feeling that “man this thing is going to be difficult to test…”. Well I used to.

Tiit will highlight how Software Engineering and Quality Engineering specifically has changed over last 5-10 years. What is still valid from...

Could you teach software testing?


And if you could, how would you educate people who have never practised before?

In web testing Selenium has been the standard for several years already.

Rainar Ütt,
Germany

Most of us never know who does the security testing for our development teams. Sometimes it’s an internal team, maybe external.

Daniel Billing,
United Kingdom

The journey started with an unused beta server and a relatively high amount of issues which were found after live release.

When doing web application performance tests we usually present statistics from tools that simulates users' actions (i.e. JMeter) as a results...

3 years ago, when we started to modernise our QA department, we realised there is a need for a function, that is making sure different handovers...

Rainar Ütt,
Germany

Have you ever been in a project where in start of your testing you get an epic saying “Make the current design responsive”?

Gita Malinovska,
United Kingdom

Behaviour Driven Development, BDD, is a great way to drive the development of a system based solely on the desired behaviour.

Traditional ways of executing critical flows for acceptance testing and detailed flows for functional testing by testers can no longer be followed...

We often know BS when we hear it, but often it's hard to pick it apart to counter vaguely formulated statements, that aren't factually untrue.

The presentation is sharing a case study on how to excel in exploratory testing, and how to make bug hunting events a crucial part of the life of...

Széll Szilárd,
Magyarország

Mobile app testing has become an important "field of testing" these days.

What would the Olympic Games of software testing look like? We wondered the same thing in 2014 and exciting, insightful times followed that...

As testers we are often asked to testing complicated systems but the recent excitement around trends such as Machine Learning, Big Data and IoT (...

Bill Matthews,
United Kingdom

Testing can (and should) be a tremendous source of useful information.

Gerlof Hoekstra,
Netherlands

What would the Olympic Games of software testing look like? We wondered the same thing in 2014 and exciting, insightful times followed that...

Maik Nogens,
Germany

The software testing community is filled with people with a variety of backgrounds.

Finding major design issues late in development — and the resulting unpredictability at a project’s end — cause many projects to suffer.

David Bradley,
United Kingdom

IT Operations is usually the department that handles the servers, the infrastructure, the devOps and everything in that space.

Welcome to the Smart Home!  The Internet of Things now extends to how energy is transmitted and used within our homes.  Utilities monitor and...

Peter Varhol,
United States

Focus is increasing on accessibility during the development phase of a product cycle.

Jesse Beach,
United States

Workshops

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Tired of freezing when put to spotlight with some testing puzzles?

Kristjan Uba,
Estonia

Pre-requisites: Participants are expected to have a PC with possibility to work on a given virtual machine (virtualbox).

Pre-requisites: Participants will have to bring their own computer to the workshop, and have JMeter up and running before attending the

Retrospectives are part of the secret sauce that makes agile in software development actually work.

Pre-requisites: Participants may want to interact with the demo algorithms themselves and so would need a device that c

Bill Matthews,
United Kingdom

Tutorials

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Keri Smith is a Canadian conceptual artist and author of several bestselling books about creativity.

Huib Schoots,
Netherlands

In this tutorial we want to show how we have been working at eBay with embedded testers and how this has improved the quality of our software and...

Philip Quinn,
Scotland, UK

In this tutorial we want to show how we have been working at eBay with embedded testers and how this has improved the quality of our software and...

Jan Eumann,
Germany

In this workshop we will begin to explore some of the tools and concepts around security testing for mobile applications and their associated APIs...

Bill Matthews,
United Kingdom

If you have found yourself testing on mobile recently, you have probably considered or tried introducing some automation or tools into your...

Richard Bradshaw,
United Kindom

There are many misunderstandings with regards Exploratory Testing. This approach is the preferred approach to use within an Agile environment.

Lloyd Roden,
United Kingdom

If you have found yourself testing on mobile recently, you have probably considered or tried introducing some automation or tools into your...

Stephen Janaway,
United Kingdom
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Slides for the tracks and workshops are available!

We have finished putting up the slides. Now you can look over the tracks you participated to remember the bits and bytes you might have missed.

You can download all the slides from http://nordictestingdays.eu/2016

 

Nordic Testing Days partnering up with HUSTEF

Nordic Testing Days has decided to join forces with some other great conferences in the Eastern European region.

We have partnered up with HUSTEF (Hungarian Software Testing Forum), taking place in Budapest, Hungary, 24th-25th of October. Call for papers has already closed (in case you were thinking of presenting opportunities) but their registration has been opened! Good news is that they have Early Bird prices available and tickets are already sold!

Schedule will be published soon, so keep an eye on their webpage http://www.hustef.hu

Wim Demey "Take Your Test Center of Excellence to the Next Level with ITIL" is replaced by Bill Mathews "Testing in the age of complexity"

We have a small update in the schedule. As WIm Demey got sick we now have an excellent oportunity to learn how to test all the comlicates stuff around us. Bill Mathwes will present "Testing in the age of complexity".

Nordic Testing Days partnering up with HUSTEF

Nordic Testing Days has decided to join forces with some other great conferences in the Eastern European region.

We have partnered up with HUSTEF (Hungarian Software Testing Forum), taking place in Budapest, Hungary, 24th-25th of October. Call for papers has already closed (in case you were thinking of presenting opportunities) but their registration has been opened! Good news is that they have Early Bird prices available and tickets are already sold!

Schedule will be published soon, so keep an eye on their webpage http://www.hustef.hu

Wim Demey "Take Your Test Center of Excellence to the Next Level with ITIL" is replaced by Bill Mathews "Testing in the age of complexity"

We have a small update in the schedule. As WIm Demey got sick we now have an excellent oportunity to learn how to test all the comlicates stuff around us. Bill Mathwes will present "Testing in the age of complexity".

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