ab 07.15          Registration
08.15 – 08.45 Pre-Sessions
  • Internes Crowdtesting – From Insight to Impact (DE)

    Im gemeinsamen Vortrag der Raiffeisen Schweiz (RCH) und der Universität St. Gallen wird den Teilnehmenden die Evolution und Transformation des internen Crowdtesting bei RCH geschildert. Gestartet in einem grossen IT-Projekt im Bankenumfeld ist es gelungen einen neuen internen Service zu entwickeln, der Bank weit Anklang findet. Die Präsentation wird (1) unsere Erfahrungen zusammenfassen (2) zeigen, wie internes Crowdtesting neben klassischen Testmethoden eingesetzt werden kann und (3) ein Beispiel liefern, wie Universität und Praxis von einer gemeinsamen Zusammenarbeit profitieren können.

    Sylvia Volles & Niklas Leicht

    Sylvia Volles
    Langjährige Erfahrung als ICT Testmanager bei Raiffeisen Schweiz im Testmanagement, Performancetesting und Testautomation. Aktuell Verantwortung für Aufbau und Betrieb des internen Crowdtestings.

    Niklas Leicht
    Dr. Niklas Leicht ist Projektleiter am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik an der Universität St. Gallen (HSG). In dieser Funktion ist er Co-Head des Competence Center Crowdsourcing. Während seiner Promotion beschäftigte er sich schwerpunktmässig mit dem Einsatz von Crowdtesting in Unternehmen und leitete mehrere Forschungs- und Praxisprojekte in diesem Bereich.

  • Scaling Whole Team Quality (EN)

    At ista International we implement the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). As a tester in the System Team I focus on end-to-end tests, which sometimes feels like a waterfall approach: feeling responsible for catching bugs and having the impression that teams work in an uncoordinated way.
    While translating the Whole Team Quality Approach to our SAFe context I recognized our past improvements and initiated further changes.
    In this talk, I will share my view on Whole Team Quality in a Scaled Agile context, the improvements we have already achieved, and the things we have adjusted recently.

    Thomas Rinke

    Thomas Rinke is Software Engineer specializing in Software Test at ista International GmbH.
    He worked as a research assistant in the area of risk-based testing and then as pre-sales and professional service consultant and trainer. In 2011, he joined ista International GmbH as Team Manager Software Test. During the agile transition to the Scaled Agile Framework he became software engineer and now works as software tester in the system team, focusing on cross-platform end-to-end tests.
    He is an occasional speaker and has been a member of the German Testing Day conference board since 2015.

  • Infrastructure as Code: Pipelines & Good Practices

    Infrastructure-as-code enables the definition, configuration and provisioning of infrastructure using code. This is an enabler for automation and also allows the application of good practices from software engineering to infrastructure processes. Version control, reviews, test automation, staging and deployment pipelines give us the security and speed to bring infrastructure changes into production quickly. In this talk, I show which of these practices and patterns have proven themselves in practice, how they are successfully applied, and how infrastructure changes can be brought into production through pipelines.

    Matthias Fritschi

    Matthias Fritschi works as a Software Architect & Engineer at avega IT AG, where he supports customers in successfully realizing software and bringing it to the customer. His enthusiasm is not only for complex software projects but also for continuous delivery, DevOps, cloud topics and infrastructure automation. Matthias is one of the founders and organizers of the Berner DevOps Meetups.

08.45 – 09.00 Coffee Break, Networking & Change of location
09.00 – 09.30 Welcome and Speaker Pitches
09.30 – 10.15 Keynote
  • Making computers design their own tests and fixes (EN)

    What if your software could test itself? And what if it could not only find the bugs, but also suggest ways to fix the underlying code?

    In his keynote, Mark will tell us about Sapienz, a system for automated test case design using Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE). With this approach, which tests through the user interface (UI), Facebook is pushing test automation into the design of tests as well as their execution.

    Sapienz has been deployed at Facebook since October 2017 to design test cases, localise and triage faults to developers and to monitor their fixes. It is now used on a daily basis to test millions of lines of code in Facebook’s Android app. Since August 2018, the system has also been automating the process of suggesting fixes for some of these faults.

    Mark Harman

    Mark Harman is an engineering manager at Facebook London, where he manages the Sapienz team, working on Search Based Software Engineering (SBSE) for automated test case design and fault fixing. Sapienz has been deployed to continuously test Facebook’s Android and iOS apps, leading to thousands of bugs being automatically found and fixed (mostly by developers, but more recently, some of these faults have also been automatically fixed by Sapienz). The software tackled by Sapienz consists of tens of millions of lines of code; apps that are among the largest and most complex in the app store and that are used by over a billion people worldwide every day for communication, social networking and community building.

    Mark is also a part time professor of Software Engineering in the Department of Computer Science at University College London, where he directed the CREST centre for ten years (2006-2017) and was Head of Software Systems Engineering (2012-2017). He is known for his scientific work on SBSE, source code analysis, software testing, app store analysis and empirical software engineering. He was the co-founder of the field SBSE, which has grown rapidly with over 1,700 scientific publications from authors spread over more than 40 countries. SBSE research and practice is now the primary focus of his current work in both the industrial and scientific communities. In addition to Facebook itself, Mark’s scientific work is also supported by an ERC advanced fellowship grant and by the UK EPSRC funding council.

10.15 – 10.45 Coffee Break
10.45 – 11.15 Session 1
  • Better, Faster, Stronger - Delivering High Quality Products (EN)

    Did you know you can enable your team to build better software faster while having a stronger team culture? Working with various diverse teams across multiple projects, Finn realised that testing doesn’t actually improve software quality. In order to actually improve we must get involved into much more than simply testing and think about the product as a whole. In this session, Finn will share specific examples of how engaging with the business, engineering, process optimisation as well as the entire crossfunctional team can lead to significant improvements in the product’s quality.

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    Finn Lorbeer

    Finn is a Product Quality Specialist at ThoughtWorks. He cares about high quality software from his heart. He is an analyst. Sometimes he analyses client business needs, sometimes teams and their processes and sometimes software. Finn loves being the team driver towards building a high quality product. He strongly believes in the benefits of truly agile environments to achieve this goal. He wants to share some of the ideas and concepts his team developed while working on different projects throughout ThoughtWorks Germany.

  • Continuous Integration Testing for Mobile Application (DE)

    Continuous integration and testing (CI/CT) is core to the DevOps and test automation is invaluable in it. While the approach and tooling for web automation is well known, adding mobile increases the complexity significantly. This presentation shows how we achieved Continuous integration and testing for Credit Suisse Direct – our Banking application by 1)Building multi-channel automated tests , 2) Establish an in-house execution cloud for web and mobile (3) Integrate the new technology in a Multichannel Test Strategy that fulfills high quality and compliance standards of Swiss banks using SAFe.

    Andreas Kirchner & Vinod Wagh

    Andreas Kirchner is a technical product owner at Credit Suisse, currently on a sabbatical to study philosophy of technology. He worked on projects related to Test Automation, Security, iOT, Crowd Testing, and increasingly finds that human talent is the key differentiation factor in the age of digitalization and automation.

    Vinod Wagh is software practitioner currently playing role of Test Automation Lead at Credit Suisse . He worked on various types of automation projects and helped projects to achieve their automation goals. He is passionate about automation to reduce manual efforts.

  • All aboard the DevOps train at Dutch Railways (EN)

    Dutch Railways (NS) are the largest rail operator in the Netherlands, transporting over one million travelers each day. This talk is about our journey from a process oriented enterprise organization with the main focus stability towards autonomous DevOps teams that create business value and provide stability. We started virtually from scratch. I will share our experiences and address the major contributors to success and the struggles we dealt with.

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    Mieke Deenen

    Mieke is an experienced agile project manager leading innovative change projects for industrial and governmental organizations. She likes driving change and helping organizations transform towards a high speed, innovative and productive organization. Mieke is passionate about topics such as agile, Kanban, DevOps and continuous delivery, and the management of the cultural, organizational, team and technological changes associated with these approaches. She likes to share experiences and has spoken at several seminars and conferences, like DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES 17 and DOES 18), Delivery of Things World (Berlin), CoDe Conference (Copenhagen and Stockholm), IP-EXPO Nordics Stockholm, AllDayDevOps webinar, DevOps Summit Amsterdam, DevOps Pro Moscow and several in-house conferences (SKAT, Copenhagen, BMW, München).

  • Web Application Firewall in DevOps (DE)

    DevOps und eine Web Application Firewall (WAF) passen nicht zusammen – leider wird das oft befürchtet.
    Problematisch wird es, wenn eine WAF erst in der Produktion eingeführt wird. Eine WAF kann potenziell auch legitime HTTP Requests blocken und dazu führen, dass Benutzer ausgesperrt werden.

    Wichtig ist, dass die WAF früh in den DevOps Prozess eingebunden wird und der Entwickler früh Feedback erhält. Die WAF sollte bereits ein integraler Bestandteil der Tests sein.

    Ich werde aufzeigen, wie die WAF ModSecurity mit dem OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set in eine CI Pipeline eingebunden werden kann.

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    Franziska Bühler

    Ab dem 1.1.2019 arbeitet Franziska Bühler als System-Architektin bei Puzzle ITC, wo sie ihre Passion verfolgt, IT-Security und DevOps zu vereinen.

    In ihrer Freizeit, wenn sie nicht gerade hochoptimierte Regular Expressions disassembliert oder technische Bücher wälzt, committet sie für die beiden Open Source Projekte OWASP ModSecurity Core Rule Set  und OWASP DevSlop.

11.30 – 12.00 Session 2
  • Serverless Integration Testing (DE)

    Für viele IT-Abteilungen steht das Testen so früh und so oft wie möglich auf dem Agenda. Es gibt zwar viele Techniken (z.B. TDD) und Werkzeuge (z.B, JUnit), die Testanwendungen bzw Test-Systeme unterstützen. System-Integrationstests (SIT) finden in der Regel nach jeder Entwicklung statt. Daher ist die SIT ein wesentliches Hindernis für die CI/CD, da jede Anwendung vor der Produktion einen SIT-Test bestehen muss. In diesem Vortrag stellen wir unsere Erfahrungen mit der Einführung von zwei Ansätzen für die Bereiche Testsystemintegration ohne Testumgebung: Verbraucherorientiert Vertrag (CDC) Test und Service Virtualisierung .

    Albert Noll & Thomas Scheuchzer

    Albert promovierte 2013 an der ETH Zürich in Software Engineering (Compiler Design). Anschließend trat Albert in die Java Produktgruppe (Oracle) ein und arbeitete als Compiler-Ingenieur im Hotspot JVM Compiler-Team. Im Jahr 2015 kam Albert zu Swisscom, dem grössten Schweizer IT-Dienstleister und Telekommunikationsdienstleistungen als Senior Full-Stack Software Engineer. Seit 2017 ist Albert eine agile Führungskraft bei Swisscom und arbeitet unter anderem an folgenden Themen: CI/CD, DevOps und Testautomatisierung.

    Thomas ist seit bald 20 Jahren als Full-Stack Software Engineer tätig. Seit drei Jahren treibt er bei Swisscom die Automatisierung der CI/CD Pipelines voran.
    Themen: CI/CD, Canary-Releasing, Testautomatisierung, Spring

  • How to Help Testers and Developers Work Together in Harmony (EN)

    One of the biggest challenges for test managers and project leadership is how to avoid the typical miscommunications between testers and developers. Despite best efforts, we often find that assumptions, team processes and even choice of language can create friction and frustration between developers and testers. This session will discuss the roots of the communication disconnects and provide practical strategies for enabling harmonious, productive teams, with examples taken from actual client situations. The session will include a discussion what ‘done’ and ‘happy path’ really means.

    Adam-Sandman

    Adam Sandman

    Adam Sandman has been working in the IT industry for the past 20 years in areas such as architecture, agile development, testing and project management. Currently Adam is a Director of Technology at Inflectra Corporation, where he is interested in technology, business and enabling people to follow their passions. At Inflectra, Adam is responsible for researching the tools, technologies and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space.

  • Reliability in a world of endless surprise (EN)

    Our systems are too big, too complex, and change too quickly to understand them completely. Emergent phenomena elude prediction, even with perfect knowledge. Determinism is an appealing but fundamentally flawed way of thinking about complex systems and is progressively being rejected by natural sciences as well. Instead of chasing an ever-more-perfect mental model, we are better served by embracing ambiguity and surprise. This leads to investing in isolation, ad-hoc debugging and recovery instead of preventing errors or investing in curated dashboards. It also means shifting our language from “root causes” to a more nuanced view of contributory factors.
    In this talk, I will tell the story of how thinking about knowledge and cause and effect has evolved in philosophy of science over time and how our field’s developing notions of reliability mirror this evolution but are quite a bit behind. By learning from other fields, we can advance our profession without having to re-discover the same truths from scratch. Finally, I will show how making the shift to rapid recovery for reliability purposes happens to also be the most economic approach to balancing innovation with reliability.

    Aaron Blohowiak

    Aaron has been building, breaking, and fixing systems for over a decade from tiny startups to serving over 139M subscribers at Netflix. He is presently applying his passion for empiricism and system design to multi-region high-availability architecture and operations while managing the Demand Engineering team at Netflix. Previously, Aaron co-authored Chaos Engineering (O’Reilly, 2017).

  • DevOps - What we thought it was and where we are today (DE)

    Generali Schweiz ist Anfang letzten Jahres aus seinem Dornröschen-Schlaf wachgeküsst worden und hat sich dazu entschieden den Gap zwischen Legacy-Anwendungen und dynamischen Portalen mittels einer Connection Platform zu überbrücken. Dies ist nicht nur Technologie-Neuland welches man betritt, sondern das Team arbeitet erstmalig auch nach DevOps-Prinzipen und ist somit ein kompletter Mind-Change für eine traditionsreiche Versicherung.

    Generali Schweiz ist Anfang letzten Jahres aus seinem Dornröschen-Schlaf wachgeküsst worden und hat sich dazu entschieden den Gap zwischen Legacy-Anwendungen und dynamischen Portalen mittels einer Connection Platform zu überbrücken. Dies ist nicht nur Technologie-Neuland welches man betritt, sondern das Team arbeitet erstmalig auch nach DevOps-Prinzipen und ist somit ein kompletter Mind-Change für eine traditionsreiche Versicherung.

    Christian Nicoll

    In Belgien aufgewachsen, in Deutschland gearbeitet und nun in der Schweiz gelandet :-). Detaililerte Stationen können meinem LinkedIn-Profil entnommen werden. Im Kontext DevOps glaube ich dass es auf drei Dinge ankommt: Technologie, Prozesse und Menschen

12.00 – 12.30 Lunch 1
12.30 – 13.00 Session 3
  • Testing bei Apps with love (DE)

    Wo liegen die Herausforderungen beim Testen mobiler Apps? Wie können ein hohes Entwicklungstempo, sich ständig weiterentwickelnde Ökosysteme, pixelperfektes Design und höchste Qualitätsansprüche unter einen Hut gebracht werden? Wie hat sich App Testing seit dem Launch der App Stores verändert? Teilnehmende können durch unsere Präsentation praxisnahen Einblick in das Testing von mobilen Apps erhalten, lernen welche Methoden und Tools im Alltag zum Einsatz kommen und wie sich das QM-Team von Apps with love den täglichen Herausforderungen stellt.

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    Martin Mattli

    Martin Mattli verantwortet bei Apps with love als Head of Quality Management die Qualitätssicherung und das Testing entlang des gesamten Entwicklungsprozesses von mobilen Applikationen, Softwareprodukten und Webseiten. Martin Mattli hat einen Abschluss als Ingenieur (Aviatik und Verkehrssysteme) und ist zertifizierter Scrum Product Owner.

  • How we fail and keep on trying (EN)

    We have moved from a classic “development workshop” company focusing on body-leasing to a solution provider. In parallel we started the transformation from a classic organized company claiming to do agile, to a company with flat hierarchies trying to do agile and are now working hard to actually become agile and implement SAFe and DevOps – as a whole organization and not only in our development teams. Where are we now? What did we achieve and how did we benefit from it? Are we done yet? All these will be covered in our talk with the goal to give others inspiration and motivation to start and finish the journey.

    Emilia Kasper & Stefan Blickensdörfer

    Based in Brasov Romania, Emilia has been 3SS’ Delivery Director since 2014. She manages 3SS’ operations and delivery teams across all six of the company’s development centres, comprising some 130 people. She joined 3SS in 2011 as Project Manager and in this role, she oversaw the 50+ person team involved in the deployment of Swisscom TV 2.0, the world’s first major Android project (AOSP). As Delivery Director, she is responsible for staffing, and for establishing project teams, working closely with her department head direct reports. She is responsible for managing processes, and introducing new innovations to optimize development and project delivery. She is continuously on the lookout for better ways of doing things, to make processes ever more efficient and to optimize projects. This includes working closely with customers, and spearheading the adoption of agile/SAFe practices. Prior to joining 3SS, Emilia was a software developer for a Berlin-based STB company. Emilia has a B.Eng. degree in Electronic Engineering and an MBA from the University of Transylvania.

    Stefan Blickensdörfer joined 3SS as Technical Director in 2013. His responsibilities include overseeing development and delivery activities across the company, providing leadership to technical specialists and delivery and development teams. Stefan oversees the company’s technology roadmap, and plays a central role in designing and delivering major customer projects including the award-winning Com Hem TV Hub based on Android TV Operator Tier. He has technical responsibility for the architecture and structure of 3READY, 3SS’ premier STB + multiscreen solution, optimized for Android based projects. Previously, following working on several freelance internet projects, in 2007 he co-founded a successful web and mobile development agency. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Media Computer Science from the University of Applied Sciences in Heidelberg.

  • Continuous delivery at scale (EN)

    Traditional enterprises with their core business not being technology (e.g. banks, insurance companies) typically struggle to adopt to the new reality where software rules the world. These enterprises are now in the late phase of adopting DevOps. It has been empirically shown that continuous delivery can be an important driver for DevOps and high performing development teams practice continuous delivery for shipping their software to the user.

    In this talk I would like to outline the many obstacles to overcome when doing continuous delivery at scale at such traditional enterprises. Furthermore, the audience will learn what the do’s and don’ts of continuous delivery are along with the most common pitfalls to avoid.

    Flavio Monigatti

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  • Kill ITIL?

    Anarchie oder stringente Prozesse? Ist DevOps mit Lean und Agile Vorgehen der neue Weg? Sollen die altbekannte IT Service Management Prozesse (IT Service Management) über Bord geworfen werden? Oder gelingt es DevOps und IT Service Management Prozesse zu kombinieren um die IT Stabilität und Qualität weiter zu steigern?

    In der Präsentation wollen Torben Hoeft und Martin Fisch anhand des Vorgehens bei der Swisscom (Schweiz) AG aufzeigen wie die DevOps Transformation bezüglich dieser Themen abläuft.

    Die DevOps Transformation ist seit 2017 am laufen, die IT Service Management Prozesse finden seit Mitte der 2000er Jahre Anwendung.

    Es wird aufgezeigt wie innerhalb der Swisscom (Schweiz) AG mit DevOps, SAFe und IT Service Management Prozesse umgegangen wird.

13.00 – 13.30 Lunch 2
13.30 – 13.45 Speaker Pitches
13.50 – 14.20 Session 4
  • Blockchain Testing (DE)

    The business case of Block-Parcello is based upon the challenges that the logistics industry is facing regarding cross-border shipments. Our use cases are ensuring high data quality for tracking shipments allowing users to automatize accounting tasks that are currently highly manual and slow in performance. This is also leading to several test challenges. As every kind of data is stored decentralized in one ledger and includes metadata we also included the thought of Customs Documentation process, as it is also an important part of the supply chain and can also rely on Blockchain information.

    Joel Alhende & Florian Fürst

    Team with Project Lead/Test Manager/Business Analyst/Software Developer working on an innovative BlockChain PoC.

  • Deploy Microservices confidently using consumer-driven contracts

  • Why everything you have learned about CI/CD is wrong (EN)

    You know CI/CD are important, but you’re not quite sure what they are or how to improve these practices. If so, this talk is for you! Antonia and Ian team up to deliver a fun and insightful CI/CD session like you’ve never before experienced. While nearly every software team has a CI server, many are skipping important practices that are key to unlocking high performance. Let’s step back to explore the conceptual underpinnings of CI/CD, then connect practices with tools. We’ll examine:

    • Detect – Safety begins with finding errors before they become problems
    • Deliver – Measure progress in terms of delivering working software
    • Communicate – Quality and improvement as everyone’s responsibility

    When the right practice are applied, you’ll wonder how you could have lived life before!

    Ian Buchanan & Antonia Verdi

    Ian Buchanan is a Principal Solutions Engineer for DevOps at Atlassian where he focuses on the emerging DevOps community and the application of Jira, Bitbucket, and Bamboo for better continuous integration and continuous delivery. While Ian Buchanan has broad and deep experience with both Java and .NET, he is best known as a champion of lean and agile practices in large enterprises. During his career, he has successfully managed enterprise software development tools in all phases of their lifecycle, from cradle to grave. He has driven organization-wide process improvement with results of greater productivity, higher quality, and improved customer satisfaction. He has built multi-national agile teams that value self-direction and self-organization. When not speaking or coding, you are likely to find Ian indulging his passions in parsers, meta-programming, and domain-specific languages.

    Antonia Verdi is a Product Advocate at Atlassian, where she shares technical expertise and business solution-driven best practices with Evaluators and Pre-Evaluators of Atlassian’s tools, and discusses how these tools fit into the adoption of greater practices like DevOps and Agile. Antonia is a certified scrum master who specializes in Jira Software, Bitbucket and Bamboo and loves helping others become better at what they do. Antonia joined the world of tech after graduating Sarah Lawrence College and moving to Austin, TX. Little known facts about Antonia: she enjoys drumming, built an app that helps musicians find gigs, and is a first degree black belt in taekwondo.

  • Docker: Warum die Zukunft in Container stattfindet (DE)

    Die Popularität von Docker hat in den letzten Jahren massiv zugenommen. Was sind also die Vorteile für Entwicklung und Betrieb? Dieser Vortrag bietet Ihnen eine gute Einführung in das Thema und beantwortet die Fragen rund um die Unterschiede zwischen Linux- und Windows-Containern, den Entwicklungs-Workflow und Enterprise Grade Hosting-Szenarien.

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    Marc Müller

    Marc Müller arbeitet als Principal Consultant für Microsoft ALM sowie .NET-/Windows-Azure-Lösungen bei der 4tecture GmbH und wurde von Microsoft als Most Valuable Professional (MVP) für Visual Studio ALM ausgezeichnet. Sein ALM-Fachwissen sowie Know-how für Enterprise-Architekturen und komponentenbasierte verteilte Systeme konnte er in den letzten Jahren in viele Projekte einbringen. Als Trainer und Referent zählen die Ausbildung und das Coaching von ALM- und .NET-Projektteams zu seinen Schwerpunkten.

14.35 – 15.05 Session 5
  • Flying Ahead with Testing (EN)

    How do you manage the quality of multiple safety critical products in a highly regulated environment in the midst of an Agile transformation? We reveal the steps Skyguide has taken to innovate in air traffic management, disrupting and challenging the status quo of testing in this very complex industry. We detail our journey from scaling Agile across multiple sites with multiple suppliers to the difficulty in changing mindsets, moving from manual process to automated testing, live documentation and testing in production with safety critical software.

    Geoffroy Carlotti & Duncan Fletcher

    I, Geoffroy Carlotti, am a DevOps engineer with four years of experience in the Air Traffic Management industry, driving forward the adoption of CI and CD after having experienced the pain of the lack of these. I like archery, gaming, and generally putting pressure where it hurts.

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  • Developer Experience in a Post-DevOps world (DE)

    DevOps came into being to address the conflicts between developers and operations staff so companies could move faster with happier employees. For companies relying heavily on cloud-native approaches, technology has today advanced to a state where a separation between Dev and Ops is not even practical anymore. The challenge for these companies is not anymore about tearing down the wall of confusion between Dev and Ops, but to maximise the productivity of their whole engineering organisation.

    The goal is creating the best Developer Experience possible to reduce any friction between the inception of an idea and the customer being able to use it. This talk will explain the strategies we are following at Scout24 to reach that goal and will touch on technological and organisational choices we made along the way.

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15.20 – 15.50 Session 6
  • Erfolgreich Geld verschwenden mit Testing (DE)

    Agile Testing ist oft eine Vertrauenssache. Traditionelles Vorgehen mündet oft in eine Test-Bürokratie. Wie können wir die beiden Vorgehensmodelle hinsichtlich Testaktivitäten verbessern, ohne ein komplett neues Modell implementieren zu müssen. Lean Testing hat mit Verhinderung von Waste und Fokussierung auf Value, gegenüber dem agilen- und traditionellen Testing, einen erweiterten Fokus. In diesem Vortrag wird ein möglicher Lean Testrahmen präsentiert und ergründet wieso Lean Testing dazu beitragen kann, das Testing unabhängig vom Software-Entwicklungsmodell qualitative zu verbessern.

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    Marcel Stoop

    Marcel Stoop ist seit 20 Jahren im Testing aktiv und fast 5 Jahre bei SwissQ tätig. Als Unit Head hilft er seine SwissQ Kollegen bei der Definition neuer Testvorgehen und bei der Lösung von Testherausforderungen im Projekt . Selber ist er unterwegs als CTFL Kursleiter, und im Projekten vor allem als Testmanager, Assessor, und Testprozessberater.

  • Evolution of QA in Mobile App Delivery (EN)

    My talk is based on rea Ql lAife; AeIx ipne QrieAnce and will touch on the following: – Testers: from Manual Acceptance Tester to Automation Script developer: “Shift Left”, “Digitalisation”, “Agile QA” – QA department: successful transition into a QA Innovation Center of Excellence. – From pure Manual Testing to fully CI/CD integrated Automated Testing: “(Scriptless) Test Automation”, “Predictive QA”, “AI in QA” – – Automated Testing vs Test Automation. – Combining e2e Testing with API level based testing: our approach of an integrated Root Cause Analysis framework. – How can I cover gaps?

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    Ionut Marian

    June 2010 – today: Vodafone Group Technology: Lead QA Manager in Consumer Products and Services – Therein roles from Acceptance Tester over Test Manager to Lead QA Manager – Coordination and Orchestration of all QA activities required for device specific roll-outs of Vodafone Mobile Consumer services into the various Vodafone local markets. – Driving Tool and Methodology application and implementing Quality Management – Certified Scrum Master since March 2017.

  • (near-real-time) Entscheidungen in einem agilen Umfeld (DE)

    Auf unserem Planeten entstehen immer mehr Städte. In diesen Städten müssen in Zukunft verschiedene Unternehmen über ihre Grenzen hinweg und sogar unter Einbezug der öffentlichen Hand agil neue Geschäftsmodelle entwickeln. Diese Geschäftsmodelle bauen neben der der Geschäftsmodellinnovation auch auf Produktinnovation (über Unternehmensgrenzen hinweg). Was kann DevOps und die damit verbundene Agile Arbeitsweise daraus lernen? Eine Smart City Architektur sollte den Entscheidern und Entwicklern also (near-real-time) Entscheidungsmöglichkeiten wie beispielsweise Soziokratien und systemischem Konsensieren für die agile Entwicklung der Smart City bieten. Dieselben Konzepte können auf die agile Welt adaptiert werden um DevOps-Teams zu mehr Entscheidungskompetenzen zu verhelfen wodurch sich das Management stark verändern wird.

    Edy Portmann

    Edy Portmann ist Professor für Informatik und Förderprofessor der Schweizerischen Post am Human-IST Institut der Universität Freiburg. Zu seinen transdisziplinären Forschungsschwerpunkten zählt das Thema Cognitive Computing sowie die Anwendung dessen auf Städte. Er studierte Wirtschaftsinformatik, Betriebs- und Volkswirtschaftslehre und promovierte in Informatik. Er war unter anderem bei Swisscom, PWC und EY tätig. Zudem forschte Edy Portmann an den Universitäten Singapur, Berkeley und Bern.

15.50 – 16.10 Afternoon Coffee Break
16:10 - 17:00 Closing Keynote
  • Hard-wired for Failure? Unser Gehirn im digitalen Zeitalter

    Das menschliche Gehirn ist ein faszinierendes Organ, dass sich im Verlauf der Evolution zu einem enorm anpassungsfähigen Organ entwickelt hat. Mit diesem Organ gelingt es dem Menschen, sich an verschiedene Kulturen und Umgebungen anzupassen. Aber ist diese Anpassungsfähigkeit grenzenlos? Können wir uns mit diesem Gehirn auch an die moderne digitale Welt anpassen? Oder sind wir überfordert? Wie geht das Gehirn mit der modernen digitalen Medien um und welche Konsequenzen können wir für die Zukunft erwarten? Diese Fragen werde ich im Rahmen meines Vortrages durchaus kontrovers diskutieren. Dabei werden auch konkrete Bezüge zum aktuellen und zukünftig zu erwartenden Arbeitsalltag gezogen.

    Prof. Dr. Lutz Jäncke

    Professor Dr. Lutz Jäncke; ist Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Neuropsychologie am Psychologischen Institut der Universität Zürich. Er beschäftigt sich leidenschaftlich mit dem, was in unseren Köpfen abgeht. Sein Forschungsschwerpunkt ist die funktionelle Plastizität des menschlichen Gehirns. Er ist einer der gefragtesten Referenten, der es bestens versteht, wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse der Hirnforschung auf anregende und verständliche Art und Weise einem breiten Publikum darzulegen. Er gehört zu den produktivsten und angesehensten Hirnforschern der Welt und bekam mehrere Auszeichnungen für seinen Unterricht. Er hat mehr als 300 wissenschaftliche Arbeiten und mehrere Bücher veröffentlicht.

17:00 - 18:00 Closing & Apéro