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‘Kick Starting’ Automated Testing
19th Sept 2013, The Holiday Inn, Ormeau Avenue, Belfast.
Sessions Time Main room (Titanic 1&2) Syrian Venetian
0830 – 0900 Registration and Co!ee
0900 – 0915 Opening remarks Brian Lambert – Chair, Softest
0915 – 1015 Paul Gerrard, How to Eliminate Manual Test Lab Feature Checking
1015 – 1115 Tom Roden, Building a lean, mean, BDD test automation machine
John MacHale,Borland Test Lab Easily created automated tests from manual test runs using Microsoft’s ALM tool suite
1115 – 1145 Break – Coffee Exhibition and Test Lab
1145 – 1245 Dorothy Graham Borland Intelligent Mistakes in Test Automation
1245 – 1400 Lunch Demonstration by SQS
1400 – 1500 David Evans, What testers & developers can learn from each other
John MacHale Borland Test Lab Easily created automated tests from manual test runs using Microsoft’s ALM tool suite
1500 – 1530 Break – Coffee Exhibition and Test Lab
1530 – 1630 Graham Abell ios-driver – Automate your iOS applications
1630 – 1715 Plenary Session / Q&A All speakers
1715 – 1730 Closing Remarks Brian Lambert – Chair, Softest
Format – There will be talks and demonstrations taking part in the Syrian and Venetian Rooms during the running of
the main speaker programme and during lunch. Delegates are free to choose which session they would like to attend.
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