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Test Automation Meetup: Testing strategy & Monitoring customer satisfaction

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Agenda:

17:00 - 17:30 - Gathering

First Part (17:30-18:30)

Testing the right things - Developing a testing strategy - Gil Zilberfeld

We know that testing depends on context. We need to apply context also in our testing strategy, depending on where we are in the process – Are we in the beginning of the project, or towards the end? Are we testing for user experience, or functionality? Do we need automation at all, or maybe we’ve got so much automation, we’re already thinking on how to test our app on production servers?

The way we’re thinking strategically about testing is at the heart of this session. We’ll talk how to plan testing in different scales – Phases of product development (using Kent Beck's 3X model), from a “release” to a feature, from stories to a micro-drop. We’ll discuss testing MVPs, the risks in the specific level, and testing in production.

When our context changes, so does testing.

About the speaker:

Gil Zilberfeld has been in software since childhood, writing BASIC programs on his trusty Sinclair ZX81. With more than twenty years of developing commercial software, he has vast experience in software methodology and practices. Gil has been applying agile principles for product development more than a decade. From automated testing to exploratory testing, design practices to team collaboration, scrum to kanban, traditional product management to lean startup – he’s done it all. He is still learning from his successes and failures.

Gil speaks frequently in international conferences about unit testing, TDD, agile practices and product management. He is the author of "Everyday Unit Testing", blogs at http://www.gilzilberfeld.com (https://www.dropbox.com/referrer_cleansing_redirect?hmac=06qawM%2Bzg1WvSTj6R8XLgXEAZn%2Bf3LPhtA05b0868j0%3D&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gilzilberfeld.com), co-organizer of the Agile Practitioners conference and in his spare time he shoots zombies, for fun.

Second Part (18:45 - 19:45)

What’s your customer(s) experience right now? - Arik Noyman, Microsoft

In a high-scale, complex and highly dynamic environment like Microsoft Azure, the technique which is most effective for ensuring quality is monitoring! During the session we will discuss the monitoring challenges in a cloud environment (high scale, dynamic environment etc.) as well as several monitoring concepts to ensure customer’s high satisfaction.

About the speaker:

Arik Noyman, Principal Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft Azure Security, C+E.

Arik joined Microsoft in 2013, coming from SAP, after serving in various engineering leadership position. Over the years, Arik delivered a number of Microsoft’s products including Windows Server WAP, Microsoft Identity Manager 2016, and Azure Security Center.

Arik is leading core service aspects as: availability, monitoring, reliability and security.

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הסדרי חנייה:
אורחים יקרים, החנייה במתחם MICROSOFT הינה על בסיס מקום פנוי לנרשמים. לנוחותכם, קיימת חנייה קרובה בחניון במרכז שרונה (בתשלום) וחניון כורכר בחינם בכניסה לכפר-סבא (מול בית המשפט).

למגיעים בתחבורה ציבורית:קווי אוטובוס:
· מתל אביב (תחנה מרכזית) לצומת רעננה: קווים 501, 502, 567
· מהרצליה (תחנה מרכזית) לצומת רעננה: קווים 501, 502
· ירושלים (תחנה מרכזית) לצומת רעננה: קו 947
· מפתח תקווה (תחנה מרכזית) לצומת רעננה: קווים 561, 921, 641, 551
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· מנתניה (תחנה מרכזית) אל צומת רעננה: 947, 641

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