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Overview of the event

We are happy to announce our Seleniun Day In Sydney on February 21st, 2020. Its provides a platform to meet, share and exchange thoughts with the best minds in selenium.

We will be having enthusiasts exchanging ideas on advancing the present and future of Selenium

Why Selenium Day:

* Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give insightful talks pertaining to Selenium practice that are solution-focused, and foster learning and inspiration.
* Solutions for Practical issues of testing.
* Integration of Selenium with other testing tools.
* Providing a key meeting place for Selenium Professionals and Executives from leading IT organizations.
* A platform to share your research and experience
* Grasp new in Selenium a portable framework for testing web applications


Facts & Figures About The Event

7 Speakers
7 Topics
50 Tickets

Our Past Speakers


Shyam Narayan

Director | Head of Managed Services - Application Management, Testing, Business Services | Australia & New Zealand

Capgemini


Cameron Bradley

QA Practice Lead

Tabcorp


Abhijit Khan

NFTCoE Practice Lead - Australia & New Zealand

Cognizant


Aswin Golla

Senior QA Automation Engineer

Tabcorp


Vikas Sangwan

Consultant | Automation Testing Services

Australia , Capgemini


Dasith Wijesiriwardena

Senior Developer

Readify


David Walters

Principal Consultant

Versent


Jesse Duffield

Developer

ActivePipe



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Conference Schedule

Selenium Day, Sydney
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X Topic Abstract

Serverless monitoring does have some fundamental differences from traditional infrastructure monitoring. The runtime environment is minimal—and beyond the developer’s control. These differences mean that there is no place to install a monitoring agent, and some of the metrics you care about are unique to serverless environments.

X Topic Abstract

Serverless monitoring does have some fundamental differences from traditional infrastructure monitoring. The runtime environment is minimal—and beyond the developer’s control. These differences mean that there is no place to install a monitoring agent, and some of the metrics you care about are unique to serverless environments.

X Topic Abstract

In 2019 the volume of data that we as a single user produce amounts greatly to a massive data set that can compromises event the biggest of infrastructures, specially now that we have so much data to share like global positioning, preferences, email, google search, ad preferences, etc. Performance Engineering provides an understanding on how that infrastructure deals with a massive data and how it should scales to provide you 99.999% of availability.

Low level performance engineering gives all industries the possibility of handling the data flow with minimum downtime and giving us the best possible throughput. Most of high end systems runs on cloud computing platforms but intrinsically they are running under different web servers hosts. This could create different branching possibilities as to how to tune them to extract the most of our resources and how we could save dollars by leveraging the right infrastructure at the right time, as well as enabling developers on what are the best data structures that should be used to extract the most performance.

Failing as an option gives us the understanding on what SREs could do in case systems events happen and this should not be overlooked, where actually this should be exercised as much as possible

X Topic Abstract

Blue green deployment

X Topic Abstract

Are you looking into bringing screenshots into your Selenium tests? Not sure how to use the new features of Selenium 4 to take the screenshots of not just

the full screen but exactly the web elements you want? Take them all the time or just at failure? How about bringing in video?

In my talk I will be covering all of the above, with information resources and coding demonstrations. I will also show how harnessing external tools will allow you to record your tests in video format.

X Topic Abstract

Manual test specification involves individually scripting test cases to make entire suites. This is inefficient. Every time the system under test (SUT) changes, each test case has to be searched if it needs updating. If so, it has to be updated or re-written individually which is time consuming. A lot of code is also produced and more maintenance is required. Furthermore, testers are needed who can code in the automation language used. Model Based Testing (MBT) mitigates these issues by abstracting a model of the SUT, and generating test cases automatically from it. There are various types of MBT tools (domain, environment, behavioural and abstract), each which follow different notations (or model definition languages). There is a common process for implementing MBT (Model Development, Test Case Generation, Test Case Execution, and Test Result Analysis). Classifications of components that must be implemented with MBT include subject, independence, characteristics, notation, test selection criteria, technology and online/offline implementation. The presentation details these MBT types, the MBT process and classification. Common issues encountered with MBT are discussed. Case studies of some major MBT Tools are provided and finally a demonstration of an MBT tool developed by the presenter is given.



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Our Speakers


Suneel Naik

Senior Technical Manager- Quality Engineering & Assurance,

Cognizant Technology Solutions Australia Pty Ltd


Prakhar Rawat

Head of Services

Simple-The intelligent marketing platform


Deepa Kiran Bagepalli

Senior Test Automation Analyst

Telstra Health


Carlos Linares

Performance Engineering Test Lead


Raja Venkateswar

Managing Director / Founder - BankonaBox.com, OliveLights.com, Adzmeter.com

RNP Technologies


Paul Maxwell-Walters

QA Analyst

The Yield Technology Solutions Pty. Ltd


Rahul Dixit

QA Lead

Methodic



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Our Pricing

Group of 3 or more(Early Bird)
AUD 362 Till December 31st, 2019
Group of 3 or more(Standard)
AUD 434 Till February 21st, 2020
Individual(Early Bird)

AUD 577 Till December 31st, 2019
Individual (Standard)

AUD 722 Till February 21st, 2020


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FAQs

Who can attend Selenium Day in Sydney?

Automation developers who already know and work with Selenium and anyone who wants to get started with Selenium and learn on best practices.

Why to attend Selenium Day in Sydney?

Automation developers who already know and work with Selenium and anyone who wants to get started with Selenium and learn on best practices.

What will you learn about?

Learn latest techniques and skills required to test disruptive technologies from industry stalwarts themselves Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools for testing in SMAC & IoT Recognize, understand and acknowledge challenges in testing emerging technologies. Meet and network with fellow testing experts from leading companies.Learn how to adapt and adopt these changes quickly and swiftly within a team and also across the enterprise.

Are there any prerequisites to attend this program?

No

Do I need to register for the event?

Yes, all conference attendees must register in advance to attend the event.