What you will learn
- You will better understand how limited resources and changes impact architecture and test-related decisions
- We will discuss how you can deal with the restrictions that architecture causes
- You will have a better insight how you should communicate and cooperate with a solution architect and product owner, to improve the quality of our system and the quality of testing
- 3.5 Hours
- Interactive Tutorial
- Methods of Collaboration
Test Team Lead – Siemens Mobility, Germany
Alex is a passionate tester with more than 13 years of experience in testing, integrating and validating safety-related railway software and systems.
In the past, he was the responsible for the validation of operation and control software and the integration of train control systems. Currently, he leads a team of testers and validators for Siemens Mobility in Braunschweig and is constantly looking for new ways to improve test skills, processes and activities.
In his spare time, Alex is also a crowd tester, an American football fan and always looking for a new hoppy IPA to “test”.
Quality Consultant – OrangeCrest, Netherlands
Ard is a software tester from the Netherlands, and he is working for OrangeCrest Consulting. He calls himself a Qualisopher, which stands for someone “who loves truth and wisdom and at the same time is decisive to improve man and his environment”. This means he is interested in the world around us, to see what he can learn and apply in software testing. His dream is to participate, as a good qualisopher, in all kinds of projects such as sports, culture, or software testing. He enjoys projects that add value to our community, and wants to inspire others through cooperation, fun, and empathy, and hopefully bring light to someone’s life.
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