It is not a joke! We are really going national and our first stop is the incredible city called Iași! The unofficial capital of the Moldavian County, a beautiful and amazing part of Romania.
We will soon announce who is joining us and what all workshops are about. Also, we'll notice you when the registrations are OPEN, so you can get yourself one of the firsts tickets available.
Workshop I: Let's talk about Selenium
Description: We'll explore some tricks to help you fully keep selenium under control
- Work with multiple tabs and multiple windows
- Test if a video is playing
- Do uploads
- Explore the world of complex xpaths when Id's or classes are not enough
Pre-requisites: Knowledge about selenium, java, xpath and automation testing, a detailed list is provided in the registration form
Workshop II: Leverage your performance testing using JMeter and Selenium
Description: Creating and running load tests are not tasks that come naturally. They either require knowledge or there is no time to automate them. Most of us know that Selenium is used for automating functional tests, but how about using Selenium WebDriver to measure the performance of web and mobile apps? At the end of the presentation, we will have a better overview on how to integrate Eclise and WebDriver with Jmeter, the pros and cons of the used solutions and how to extend the reporting capabilities using BlazeMeter.
Soft skills presentation: Evolve and involve as a tester
Description: A presentation about creating an impact in a company not only as a new hire, but also as a long term employee. Few tips and tricks will be presented, showing how you can evolve and grow professionally in a company, just by being present, involved, curious and concerned about everything that you get in contact with!
Due to the limited number of seats all wishing to participate must fill out a registration form : http://goo.gl/forms/CimtTIUsEefMoXdo1
- Create a simple test in Junit/TestNG. Make use of assertions.
- Create two tests that are using:
- Before/After in Junit
- BeforeMethod/AfterMethod in TestNG
- Create two tests that are using BeforeClass/AfterClass annotations in Junit/TestNG
- Create a group of tests:
- Using Categories in Junit
- Using Groups in TestNG
- Create a suite of tests using:
- Using @RunWith(Suite.class) and @Suite.SuiteClasses for Junit
- Using <suite> in testng.xml file for TestNG.
- For TestNG use @BeforeSuite and @AfterSuite annotations
- Create one test that is using timeouts:
- @Test(timeout = 1000) for JUnit
- @Test(timeOut = 2000) for TestNG
- Create one test that is:
- Ignored in Junit
- Disabled in TestNG
- Create one test that verifies expected exceptions:
- Using expected in Junit
- Using expectedExceptions in TestNG
- Create one dependency test for TestNG using dependsOnMethods
- Create parameterized tests:
- Using @Parameters and Parameterized.class in Junit
- Using @DataProvider in TestNG
- Create some tests and run them in parallel:
- Using ParallelRunner for JUnit
- Using parallel and thread-count suite attributes for TestNG
- Check the reports generated:
- XML file generated in Eclipse by Junit
- HTML file generated by TestNG