Opening Keynote: Taking Testing into Court
Let us take a different look at software testing process - imagine it like a court case. The goal of this trial is to determine if the presented software is guilty of poor quality. Who will be the prosecutor? Who will defend it? Who will pass the judgement? Can one person play more than one role?
In my presentation, I would like to share my experience in the field with some lessons coming out from the comparison between the court trial and...
Closing Keynote: Testing Like A Kid
From 1952 to 1970, Art Linkletter was the host of a TV show called “House Party”. In this TV show, he had a segment called “Kids Say the Darndest Things”. He would ask children simple questions, after which he would receive astounding responses. The humorous and surprising responses clearly showed that children many times see things differently than adults. As adults, we have grown up with assumptions, understandings, and we often confine ourselves to a pre-defined belief in how the...