Webinar: Microservices End to End Testing

ThoughtWorks Hamburg
ThoughtWorks Hamburg
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We will talk about testability and resilience in testing microservices.
For example, how can a team test their application end-to-end without coupling the individual services? Or how can a team ensure that if one microservice crashes or malfunctions, the whole application won’t break?
This talk aims to not only provide insights on the above points but also address what the quality of a microservice means beyond the testing aspect.

About the speakers:

*Dasha* is a quality assurance consultant in the global technology company with 42 offices in 15 countries, ThoughtWorks.
Her working experience in IT covers more than six years.
Having a degree in applied maths and informatics in Ukraine, she started her career in her home country. Later on, at the age of 23, she got a Blue Card (a working permit for high-skilled specialists) and moved to Germany.
Dasha is passionate about new technologies, the collaboration between people, and building in quality.

*Casper* is a Systems Analyst with a background in software engineering, quality and business analysis.
Having worked at a number of companies in including the Fraunhofer
Institute (IMS), trivago, Nokia, Telekom and DB Schenker, I currently work as a consultant with ThoughtWorks where I help deliver bespoke software solutions to our customers as part of an agile project team. Involved in the entire cycle of software consulting and delivery - from the requirements analysis and planning to the delivery and acceptance by our customers.

Agenda:
6:30 Welcome and program start
Watch this space for more info on the agenda

Event language: English

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