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Talk Night at Wire
Agenda 7:00 pm - Come in 7:35 pm - Announcements Talk 1 - How to coach yourself and your team through changes by Andreea Salinca Talk 2 - We let machines press the buttons for us - an inside into QA automation at Wire by Juliane Reschke Talk 3 - Consumer Driven Contracts - The Pinky Promise between Microservices by Syamala Umamaheswaran 10pm - End Talks: *How to coach yourself and your team through changes* Organisations often change because of new structures, systems or processes. Moreover, people within the org constantly change and adapt too. By understanding their personal transition phase and how people react to change you will be able to apply the correct leadership or coaching style in order to make a smooth transition from resistance to acceptance. The Kübler-Ross Change Curve is a popular and powerful psychological model used to understand how people adjust to change and describes the stages people go through and helps you predict their reactions. Change in my experience is one of those areas that seems simple in theory but tough in practice. I’ll discuss some concrete examples from the teams I’ve managed to show the importance of the Change Curve in business. I hope that as someone needing to make changes within your organisation or your teams you will be able to make this journey easier and ensure that they have the help and support they need. *We let machines press the buttons for us - an inside into QA automation at Wire* Some companies do not have a QA team. Others think we are constantly manually pressing buttons on a mobile phone to test a functionality. Not so at Wire. We have a fairly big QA team with about 10 people and is thus bigger than the development teams. This gives the opportunity to focus intensely on testing every platform with the main goal to test all platforms fully automatically and not manually. With the complexity of functionality in the app, automating everything can be fairly tricky and challenging sometimes. Still we have achieved an automation rate of testing the app of 85% by now. In this talk I will give an inside of how we test with automation especially the calling functionality of Wire and what limitations we still face. *Consumer Driven Contracts - The Pinky Promise between Microservices* With more software moving from monolith to microservices, we are swamped in the world of more APIs than ever. How can we write APIs that are meaningful, precise , testable and maintainable? Once an API is out there we are obligated not to break them or alternatively we have to know before hand that we have breaking changes. In this talk I have put together my experience on how Pact (https://docs.pact.io) helps us in writing better APIs in our microservices architecture. Speakers: *Andreea Salinca* Andreea Salinca is currently leading the Web team at SoundCloud. She is a highly motivated and passionate professional with 10+ years of experience in agile software development, leading multicultural teams to delivering high-performance solutions. Andreea is passionate about artificial intelligence and she has pursued a PhD in Machine Learning, Recommender systems, aiming her research towards discovering solutions to challenging problems that are important to society. *Juliane Reschke* Juliane, 29, is born in Berlin and working at Wire since 4,5 years. She studied computer science in Weimar and returned to Berlin with the BA degree and started as an intern for iOS and macOS development at Wire in December 2013. She is now a Software Engineer in Test in Wire’s QA team. *Syamala Umamaheswaran* A passionate Software Developer for past 9 years currently working with Volkswagen Digital:Lab, Berlin. Been developing in Java mostly. But now a Polyglot developer, I can write softwares in Go, Kotlin, and Python. Love to discuss Clean Code, JWT tokens, Auth/z Protocols (OpenId connect, OAuth2), PKI, Hashes. Host: Wire - https://wire.com/


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