QA IS CHANGING.
Software and Web Applications are becoming increasingly complex to accommodate rapidly changing user preferences. Companies need a supercharged QA team to keep up with this pace of change and deliver the best customer experience.
There is a high demand for QA leaders who can navigate through uncertainty and successfully drive quality at scale in the ever-evolving, progressive industry. This includes ensuring the QA team always delivers the best user experience despite massive fragmentation, especially in a remote work setup where geographically distributed teams have limited access to physical infrastructure.
In this QA Leadership Summit, you can learn how industry leaders improve developer productivity to consistently deliver a great user experience, navigate through turbulent times and define benchmarks for the future of quality. You will also learn about emerging technologies and trends in the market, such as Visual Testing, Test Observability, and more. Join us to meet the future of testing and discover how you can drive your organization towards success.
CTO & Co-founder, BrowserStack
Head of Automation, Performance, Resiliency Engineering and Testing, LTI-Mindtree
Chief Solutions Officer, Testhouse Ltd.
President of Product, Marketing, Strategy and Business Operations, BrowserStack
Head of QA, Lodgify
Director, Global Testing Services & DevOps, Subway
Vice President of Global Sales, BrowserStack
Quality Assurance Lead, Checkatrade.com
Senior Product Manager, BrowserStack
Head of Product and Corporate Marketing, BrowserStack
Director of QA, Hubilo
Senior Director of Product, BrowserStack
Head of DevOPs and Enterprise Products, BrowserStack
- Nakul AggarwalCTO & Co-founderBrowserStack
- Anand SubbaramanPresidentBrowserStack
Fuelled by the demand for more intuitive user experiences, firms are coming up with innovative ways to drive their development and testing goals. This has snowballed into firms having fragmented and increasingly complex tool chains, leading to inefficiencies across the software development lifecycle. Companies need to streamline their development and testing processes to remove friction and enable teams to focus on testing and not test infrastructure. Selecting a scalable end to end infrastructure can eliminate testing inefficiencies, reduce developer frustrations and increase release velocity. In this session, we will explore how economic trends are impacting the future of software testing, the need to streamline testing across the software development lifecycle and discuss how BrowserStack plans to support various testing types and provide an end-to-end test ops platform.
Accelerating Mobile Test Automation with “Quality Advocacy”
- Nithin S.SHead of QALodgify
- Praveen UmanathSenior Director of ProductBrowserStack
Mobile test automation has become increasingly complex, with projects involving multiple teams, technologies, and stakeholders. This complexity has made it more challenging to ensure that the mobile application is of high quality, meets user needs, and is delivered on time and within budget. QA advocates play a crucial role in addressing these challenges. They help organizations to adopt quality assurance practices and tools that can improve the quality of software and reduce the risk of defects and other issues. Join this session with Nithin S.S to gain insights on the role of QA (Quality Advocates) in the test automation journey.
Unblock QA Bottlenecks Through Richer Testing Insights
- Hemalatha MurugesanHead of Automation, Performance, Resiliency Engineering and TestingLTI-Mindtree
- Srinivas KantipudiDirector of QAHubilo
- Aravind AluriHead of DevOPs and Enterprise ProductsBrowserStack
Fuelled by the demand for more intuitive user experiences, firms are coming up with innovative ways to drive their development and testing goals. This has led to firms having increasingly complex tech stacks, each with its unique reporting mechanism which in turn makes it difficult for QAs to get a holistic picture of test health or narrow down to the root cause in case of test failure. With test flakiness being the biggest headache of teams, it becomes imperative for them to discover such scenarios early in the development cycle before they reach production. The success of QA is not just limited to monitoring the status of your tests, which can be achieved by dashboards available as part of third-party cloud platforms. It also encompasses tracking other parameters like test suite health and performance as your tests grow over time. In this session, our thought leaders will discuss the current state of QA testing and how industries are adopting innovative reporting mechanisms. Given the current macroeconomic scenario, the panelists will also share tips for speeding up your testing pipelines while optimizing costs, so you can focus on innovation rather than cutting out the edges.
AI and Testing: The Good, the Bad, and the Future
- George UkkuruChief Solutions OfficerTesthouse
- Anshu HotchandaniSenior Product ManagerBrowserStack
AI is transforming the software testing industry by automating repetitive tasks, freeing up more time for manual testing and QA. However, integrating AI in software testing poses risks such as potential biases and the need for skilled personnel to manage complex systems. Join George Ukkuru, in a fireside chat to learn about the opportunities and challenges that AI presents in the software testing space and how to use it responsibly and effectively.
Stay Ahead of the Curve: Integrating QA with DevOps
- Lalit MadanDirector of Global Testing Services and DevOpsSubway
- Giridhar RajkumarQuality Assurance LeadCheckatrade.com
- Judson GriffinVice President of Global SalesBrowserStack
DevOps and QA have evolved to become more integrated and collaborative due to the increasing demand for faster software releases. DevOps emphasizes automation, continuous delivery, and rapid feedback, while QA has shifted to a more integrated approach with a focus on testing early and often. Today, organizations have embraced the DevOps-QA handshake as a cultural shift that brings together development, operations, and QA teams to continuously improve software quality and delivery. Looking forward, key trends including AI-powered testing, automation as a norm, and shift-left testing frameworks are likely to shape the next decade. But the question is, how can you stay ahead of the curve and ensure your organization is well-positioned to take advantage of these opportunities? Join this panel discussion as we discuss, the evolution of QA over the last decade, the critical handshake between DevOps & QA to sail through the current market demands and how to stay ahead of the curve with the changing tech trends
- Uday TekumallaHead of Product and Corporate MarketingBrowserStack
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