PRESENTERS

Keynotes

Isabel Evans

FREELANCER (UK)

 

Tariq King

ULTIMATE SOFTWARE (USA)

 

Almudena Rodriguez

IMPROVEMENT21 (ES)

 

Rob Lambert

CULTIVATED MANAGEMENT (UK)

 

Gwen Stewart

BBC (UK)

 

Tutorials

Tariq King

ULTIMATE SOFTWARE (USA)

Seretta Gamba

FREELANCER (DE)

 

Almudena Rodriguez 

IMPROVEMENT21 (ES)

Rob Lambert

CULTIVATED MANAGEMENT (UK)

 

 

Isabel Evans

FREELANCER (UK)

 

Speakers

István Andrási

EVOSOFT (HU)

Distributed performance testing at the push of a button

 

 

Seretta Gamba

FREELANCER (DE)

Seven proven ways to ruin your Test Automation

 

 

Károly Livius Bakos

BOSCH (HU)

Product-independent automation framework to drive your testing toolchain

 

 

Michał Buczko

NEW VOICE MEDIA/OBJECTIVITY

Automated Security Scanning in Payment Card Industry

 

 

Ekaterina Budnikov

SHOPPING24 (DE)

Writing end to end tests with a smile

 

 

Tamás Csákó

EPAM (HU)

Test strategy for cloud based applications

 

 

András Dezső

EVOSOFT (HU)

Distributed performance testing at the push of a button

 

 

Tomasz Dubikowski

OCADO (PL)

7 Deadlier Sins of Quality

 

 

Levente Erős

SIGMA TECHNOLOGY (HU)

Digital Transformation of the World – New Challenges in Testing

 

 

Attila Fekete

FREELANCER (HU)

Metric-Driven Software Testing

 

 

Marta Firlej

SOFTSERVE (PL)

Tests in the future – how to prepare yourself

 

 

Mieke Gevers

AQIS (BE)

Performance Testing under Pressure

 

 

János Gór 

EVOSOFT (HU)

Yet again an upside down test pyramid – what can we do about it?

 

 

Stefan Januschke

TRICENTIS (AT)

Overcoming the obstacles of Exploratory Testing at scale

 

 

Joanna Jeziorska

AXIT (PL)

In the world full of bugs explore like Bear Grylls

 

 

Anna Kelemen

NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS (HU)

Mobile Test Automation Frameworks – From the basics to the usage

 

 

Stina Leijonhufvud

POLARCAPE CONSULTING (SE)

Just doing scrums won’t win the game

 

 

Niels Malotaux

N R MALOTAUX CONSULTING (NL)

Help! We have a QA problem!

 

 

Ewa Marchewka

NOKIA (PL)

Collective intelligence in test and SCRUM teams – diversity aspect

 

Geoff Meyer

DELL (USA)

A testing journey in the age of smart assistants

 

 

Milan Mitosinka

CLEVERLANCE (SK)

Testing of IoT and related technologies, considering E2E approach & Security

 

 

Gáspár Nagy

SPEC SOLUTIONS (HU)

Writing better BDD scenarios

 

 

Levente Németh

NOKIA (HU)

Hack My House! DIY home automation testing

 

 

Corina Pip

FREQUENTIS (RO)

The waiting game. Designing reliable Selenium tests

 

 

Jan Sahlström

ADDQ CONSULTING (SE)

Diversity killed the QAT (Quality Adverse Team)

 

 

Gábor Soha

EPAM (CH)

Challenges of Database Testing

 

 

Rohit Singhal

EBAY (DE)

Are you releasing the right product?

 

 

Balázs Supola

SIGMA TECHNOLOGY (HU)

Digital Transformation of the World – New Challenges in Testing

 

 

Balázs Tiszai

BOSCH (HU)

Product-independent automation framework to drive your testing toolchain

 

 

Attila Tóth

NOKIA (HU)

Security testing in DevOps: friend or foe?

 

 

András Vörös

BME (HU)

Testing Techniques for Critical Deep Learning Applications

 

 

Partner Speeches

Roland Milos

BOSCH (UK)

Testing my company

 

 

Soós Gábor

SIGMA TECHNOLOGY (HU)

Why did I become an Engineer? – The vision behind GSL

 

 

 

Peter Gradnitzer

QUALYSOFT (HU)

How to tackle Continuous Testing in a DevOps Environment

 

Tomas Brozak

CLEVERLANCE (SK)

QA and Innovation

 

 

István Fekete

NOKIA (HU)

Solution testing – verification of cloud based systems

 

 

Martin Amann

PARASOFT (NL)

 

 

András Balogh

EVOSOFT (HU)

What evosoft does about Product Security

 

 

 

 

Posters

Raymond Eion Gillespie

NOKIA HUNGARY (UK)

What’s up doc? Can we apply software-testing techniques to user documentation?

 

 

Péter Nádudvari

LOXON SOLUTIONS (HU)

The journey of test automation

 

 

Gergely Attila Sárosi

NNG (HU)

Exploratory pair testing, an effective way to train non-experienced junior testers

 

 

László Szegedi

RESEARCH NOW SURVEY SAMPLING INTERNATIONAL (HU)

The Most Annoying 10 Requests A Test Manager Can Face – And How to Get Over Them