Testing, Blockchain and Privacy by Design

Agile Nights by AgileTD
Agile Nights by AgileTD
Öffentliche Gruppe

trendig technology services GmbH

Kurfürstendamm 179 · Berlin

Wie du uns findest

Take the elevator to the 6th floor and pass the unicorn!

Bild des Veranstaltungsortes



6:00 - Open for arrivals & drinks
6:20 - Welcome & introduction
6:30 - Talk Rhian
7:00 - Q&A
7:15 - Talk Lisa
7:45 - Q&A
8:00 - Networking
9:00 - Close event

Talk 1: Rhian Lewis: Why Blockchain Projects Can Ever Only Be Agile

Blockchain technology came to the world's attention with Bitcoin and associated cryptocurrencies, but it is about far more than payments. Testers will soon need to rigorously evaluate new blockchain applications in fields ranging from supply chain management, automotive, manufacturing, insurance and fintech. But how do we test them - and how far does our responsiblity go?

In this talk, Rhian will focus on the challenges of testing a technology that is changing faster than every other open-source software.

About Rhian:
Rhian Lewis is a freelance software engineer specialising in test automation who has worked on projects for some of the world's best-known brands since 2009. She has been deeply involved in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community since 2013, as the co-developer of altcoin portfolio tracker CountMyCrypto and the co-host of London Women in Bitcoin. She writes about blockchain tech at medium.com/@rhian_is and is a regular speaker on the subject, especially in the context of testing. She is an instructor for the B9Lab.com Ethereum QA Engineer course.


Talk 2: Lisa Trujillo: GDPR and Privacy by Design Principles within Agile Processes

The way in which users engage with and feel about entities who request and process their data has changed. We now live in the age of GDPR, but GDPR is not just about aiming for compliance and ticking boxes for auditors. It offers opportunities for fresh approaches to how we view and respect our end users’ needs and demands, how we design services we provide to them, and how we operate internally and setup our workflows. In this talk, Lisa will discuss Privacy by Design principles and how they may be applied to data lifecycles and agile development methods.

About Lisa:
Lisa Trujillo is an independent technologist, researcher and founder who is passionate and knowledgeable about the potential of decentralised technologies. She has an extensive background in working for innovations agencies, within the human rights and social impact domains, and is a founder of Design IT Legal, a legal design consultancy. Her focus areas include: data protection and privacy regulation implementation, emerging technologies, cyber safety and digital education development. Lisa is also a lead co-organizer of Women Techmakers Berlin, co-host and supporter of Women in Blockchain Berlin, and a teaching coach at the ReDI School of Digital Integration. She is most excited about being at the junction of tech, law and social innovation.