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Writing good UI Automation is challenging. Slow, unreliable tests are typical problems that people can face.

Hugh McCamphill,
United Kingdom

In this presentation I will share some of the many tips I’ve learned while training, coaching and mentoring testers from around the world.

What is that strange animal called design thinking?

The investment of project time and money into buying and learning advanced systems for testing an embedded system with mechatronics, can often...

My talk is about using a proxy (I use Burp Suite for this purpose) during mobile applications testing (I work with iOS and Android apps, an...

Since the fall of 2014, I have been leading the first team of testers dedicated to building and promoting the use of automation at our company of...

Remember the old days when you tested using JUnit? How boring it was? You made a lot of excuses to avoid testing your code.

So how would your test team cope if you lost one third of your testers overnight?  Hopefully you’ll never have to find out, but for us it really...

Kevin Harris,
United Kingdom

Implementing more and more new functionalities within an always getting shorter time frame is one of the biggest challenges for software developer...

All started in 2010 when XING, the largest business network in German speaking countries, decided to go mobile and to staff a team with 2 iOS and...

Daniel Knott,
Germany

Hang out a bit around those security guys, and very soon you’ll encounter the term “Threat modeling”.

When our ways of working make us feel distressed, we're inclined to hope for a quick, even radical, remedy.

Until two years ago I had a fairly typical career in testing; perhaps you recognise it as similar to your own.

Stephen Janaway,
United Kingdom

I've been part of the Test Community for nearly 3 years, and I don't know many others who work for large consultancies.

Carly Dyson,
United Kingdom

As an profession we are constantly striving to move away from the stereotypes that QA means no bugs in productions, that testing should be...

Nicola Sedgwick,
United Kingdom

Workshops

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Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Alan Richardson,
United Kindom

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

As mobile devices, tools, operating systems, and web technologies rapidly evolve, testers must quickly adapt their thinking in this changing...

Code that grows over time without refactoring can get quite messy and hard to test.

Franziska Sauerwein,
United Kingdom

I started writing this while downloading MacOS Sierra, the first MacOS including the intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator Siri...

Note: There are prerequisites for attending this workshop. Please see the prerequisites section.

Mark Winteringham,
United Kingdom

We know that testing depends on context.

Tutorials

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According to the Standish group, most IT-projects fail to deliver true value. Roughly a third are discarded before completion or never used.

The concept of XSS has been around for a few decades now. To this day, it is one of the most often occurring security vulnerabilities found on...

Elar Lang,
Estonia

As testers we care just as much about our projects and products as our Product Owners and Developers.

Christina Ohanian,
United Kingdom

Having worked in software for over a decade we have come into contact with many ways of coding and testing.

Philip Quinn,
Scotland, UK

Variously defined as “fallible methods for solving problems” (Bach & Bolton) or “rules of thumb”, heuristics are essential tools for thinking...

Hiring new people is hard. It takes time, it takes effort and it takes a good hiring strategy to be successful. When you are trying to hire new...

Stephen Janaway,
United Kingdom

As testers we care just as much about our projects and products as our Product Owners and Developers.

Nicola Sedgwick,
United Kingdom

Web service based software architecture is becoming more and more popular as a choice for applications and this poses new and interesting...

Mark Winteringham,
United Kingdom

Improve your programming skills for all phases of software development. Testers without any technical knowledge are welcome to join.

Alan Richardson,
United Kindom

Having worked in software for over a decade we have come into contact with many ways of coding and testing.

Jan Eumann,
Germany
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NTD2015 Program: It's All Yours

2014 was a great year for the Nordic Testing Days conference: our team grew and the conference grew to become bigger and better. So we're going to say "goodbye" to 2014 in style (BOOM! Fireworks!) and reveal the program for Nordic Testing Days 2015! 

4 keynotes (one remains a mystery one for the time being), 6 tutorials, 7 workshops, 22 track talks (19 long ones, 3 short ones), and... a testing circus! Check out the full schedule!

Merry Christmas ... from space!

Mission-critical, safety-critical, high risk, zero failure tolerance, reliability, redundancy and all the other fancy words are filling the presentations of all the theorists talking about testing and bringing examples from aerospace industry.

Now it’s time to put away the dusty chalkboards and get down to business.  As a keynote we have a guy (Mart Noorma) who has shot the first Estonian satellite to orbit. 

A Keynote by Rob? Why Not Make It Two!

Radio silence on the news front is deceptive, mind you. Behind the scenes there is stuff happening and now it's time to start lifting the covers...

Nordic Testing Days 2015 will host not just one Rob doing a keynote but two of them. We are happy to announce that Rob Sabourin will be sharing his insights about value sync, and Rob Lambert will address why remaining relevant is important.

Call for papers is closed

As of October 31 the call for papers is closed. The content team would like to thank everyone who took the time and made the effort and submitted their proposals. It's you who really make up the conference. The content team just has to put together the right mixture, add a bit of magic, whisk together the workshops and talks in a way that would make it difficult to choose the track to attend. We've browsed through some of the proposals and we are mighty excited! It was also a record year in terms of the number of proposals, so the content team will have their hands full.

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