BCS Software Testing specialist group.
- Ronald Cummings-John
- Paul Grossman
17:00 - Introductions
17:15 - Ronald Cummings-John from Global App Testing introducing Bug Bash
17:30 - Bug Bash starts
18:30 - Paul Michael Grossman from Tester.io talking about testing strategies
18:45 - Bug Bash continues
19:45 - Bug bash stops + Awards
20:00 - Event ends
Are you just starting in testing or planning to try it out? Join us for a Bug Bash on 22nd of April for 2h testing session and see if you can win a prize.
A Bug Bash is like a hackathon, but for testers. No prior experience is required, and no tools need to be installed beforehand.
- Bugs will be rated by 40% description, 50% severity / priority, 10% reproducibility
- There will be special awards given outside best bug category
- Attendees will be split in random teams
- Bugs will be reported through Google Form
About the speakers
Ronald Cummings-John has spent years building companies and writing software. After selling his first startup, he’s now scaling up Global App Testing - a VC backed, crowdsourced testing platform with over 50,000 professional testers globally, selected as one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the UK.
Ronald is the author of the definitive, best-selling book on testing, Leading Quality: How Great Leaders Deliver High-Quality Software and Accelerate Growth.
His passion for quality assurance has taken him around the world, working with the top QA and product teams from companies such as Etsy, Microsoft, King, Spotify, eBay and more.
Ronald’s past speaking experiences include the National Software Testing Conference, a huge event for the testing and QA community as well as Online Testconf, where he shared how the most successful tech companies deliver high-quality software and accelerate growth.
Paul Grossman has been a Software Developer Engineer in Test Architect for 20 years. His test automation tool experience spans Selenium, testRigor, MicroFocus UFT, Cypress and TestProject.io. He designs frameworks for ease of use, accuracy, scalability, and low maintenance in multiple languages.
He developed the Magic Object Model for dynamic element locators to significantly reduce maintenance in the Page Object Model and Object Repository. Paul has spoken at various podcasts and conferences including Vivit Worldwide in December 2019 , the 2020 Vivit Virtual Community Days Conference and Joe Colantonio's TestGuild.
You can see his tips and tricks in test automation at YouTube.com/PaulGrossmanTheDarkArtsWizard and he can also be found on Twitter as the @DarkArtsWizard.
Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.
This event is brought to you by: BCS Software Testing specialist group