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The website of current conference can be found on czechtest.com

26 - 27 June 2014 in Prague

The website of last year conference can be found on 2013.czechtest.com


Challenges and Return of Investment in Automated Testing

Current test automation based on application front end is often challenged by limited testability of the application and costly maintenance of the test scripts. Knowing all these pitfalls can help us to prepare to them when implementing a sucessfull test automation project. What are the all factors taking part in a realistic return of investment calculation? What are the main challenges the test automation project can face and what the solutions would be? Does it make sense to automate purely based on application front-end or to join the forces with the unit testing style? Which scope of tests is suitable to automate? How to cope with a really short release period, typically in agile development? The aim of the presentation is to open the questions quite frequently asked in the test automation and give structured answers, which can help the audience in their testing projects.

 

Miroslav Bureš, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

Miroslav Bureš

Researcher and consultant in software testing and quality assurance with aim to develop better methods for test design, test management and test automation. Supervisor-specialist of PhD students in research of SW testing and lecturer in testing and software engineering. Previously senior test manager and head of testing in Capgemini CZ and SK.

 

 

 

 

Martin Filipský, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

Martin Filipský

Seasoned professional with strong focus on automated testing and Quality Assurance. Experience with test automation of more than 10 projects on different platforms for CA Technologies. PhD student at Czech Technical University in Prague researching functional automated testing in an agile development.