TestBash Mobile is the second of our six online TestBashes happening in 2022.

In this online TestBash we will focus on all things Mobile.

Check out our future online TestBashes, where will focus on: Careers & Hiring, Security and Core Skills as well as, the return of Test.bash();! 

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  • Daniel Knott
  • Mobile Test Management Done Right
    Daniel Knott
    Talk

    Mobile Test Management Done Right

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Mobile test management is a complex and challenging task. The process requires planning, controlling, tracking, executing and monitoring of different steps throughout the whole software development cycle. It can be a heavy, expensive and if done wrong a slow process until it reveals meaningful feedback on the quality of the product or the development process. 

    In today's fast pace mobile development and release cycle, companies can't afford any mistakes of their mobile products. Mobile products must have a high quality level, if not the customers will switch to another app or product with a single tap and will never come back.

    In this talk, I will explain what is needed in order to establish a reliable, lightweight and lean mobile test management process and what are the most important parts of the planning and execution steps.

    Takeaways

    • Know your customers and involve them in the development
    • How to define mobile test scenarios and make them reusable
    • How to handle the technical mobile challenges
    • How to release mobile products on a regular basis with confidence

    Speaker

    Daniel Knott
    Daniel Knott
    Head of Software Testing
    Daniel loves digital products with high quality being it web or native mobile applications. Currently, he is working as Head of Software Testing at MaibornWolff in Germany, where he shapes the future of testing for his clients. In the past 13 years, he worked as Lead Software Test Engineer for different native mobile apps and products. Daniel wrote two books - Hands-On Mobile App Testing and Smartwatch App Testing and is a frequent blogger at www.adventuresinqa.com and conference speaker. Since 2022 he also created his YouTube Channel about Software Testing.
  • Jaswanth Manigundan
  • Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Appium (iOS and android)
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Talk

    Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Appium (iOS and android)

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Web automation frameworks have evolved over time and have become very mature over the years. But the same is not true for mobile apps. 

    Did you want to kick start your journey into mobile test automation? Or have you found it harder to choose the right one for your team? Let's get started!

    Why these 4? The frameworks I have chosen have been used in high profile projects that I’ve worked on with so many challenges. So I’m speaking from real experience, rather than just the theory behind it.

    Also, all 4 frameworks I’ll be showcasing are well-documented and well-supported open-source code-based solutions, something that you can use in a software development team right away without any blockers (like money, approvals, etc).

    Framework #1: Appium (iOS and android)

    We will be using the same workflow for all the test framework demos. We will write a UI test using appium for the chosen workflow.

    Appium is a very commonly used test automation framework in the mobile space. It is a very good tool to get started on your own to create UI tests for mobile. These tests can be written in a number of different languages including Java, Ruby, Python, PHP, JavaScript, and C#.

    Takeaways

    • What does it take to write an appium based UI test for android and iOS?
    • In what scenarios should you use appium?
    • When not to use appium?
    • What type of teams can benefit in choosing a framework like appium?
    • What level of skill set is required to write a test using appium (so you can go and prepare yourself for it).

    Speaker

    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Staff Quality Coach, Culture Amp
    I’m Jas from Melbourne. I currently work at Culture Amp as a Lead Quality Coach, specialising in test automation and testability. I have worked in the mobile app development space for almost a decade, where I saw mobile devices and operating systems get better and better by the day. My fascination towards mobile devices made me start my professional career as a mobile app developer. But my quest to build better apps and write code that is much more testable lead me to transition into a test automation engineer specialising in mobile. Since then, I’ve gradually explored a wide variety of test automation frameworks and have consulted for some of the leading mobile app teams in Australia to build efficient test automation suites for mobile apps. I have spoken about my mobile test automation journey in a variety of testing conferences like the Ministry of Testing’s Testbash and Saucelabs’ Saucecon. I now work at Culture Amp alongside the legendary Anne-Marie Charrett helping build a passionate quality enablement team. I currently work with test automation frameworks (functionality, contract and load) for APIs, microservices and event sourcing systems. Latest obsession… Observability within test frameworks.
  • Saif Siddiqui
  • Mobile Push Notification “The Real Catalyst for your User Engagement”
    Saif Siddiqui
    Talk

    Mobile Push Notification “The Real Catalyst for your User Engagement”

    What

    Talk

    Description

    A push notification is a short message that appears as a pop-up on your desktop browser, mobile home screen, or in your device notification centre from a mobile app.

    Testing pushing notifications rightly will not only help you retain your user base but will also be a blessing in disguise out-beating your competitor in various aspects like ROI, User Engagement, and Lead Generation.

    In this power pack talk, we will also discuss how you need to be cautious while designing the testing strategy for your push notifications so that you retain your loyal user base.

    Takeaways

    • Understanding push notification
    • Type of Push notifications
    • Use cases of push notification
    • Push notification scenarios

    Speaker

    Saif Siddiqui
    Saif Siddiqui
    Senior Automation Test Engineer ( Mobile)
    Saif Siddiqui is a Senior Automation Tester (Mobile) having Scrum Master ITIL,Prince2 and ISTQB certification, managing multiple consumer and customer-facing applications. He is an experienced and certified Mobile Apps and IoT application tester some including iBeacon Sensors, Drones, Smart Watches, etc. He is experienced in leading and managing Mobile functional, Automation, and Digital testing. Taking pride in playing key roles In delivering some of the" Highest rated Apps" in Europe, India, and other APAC regions with more than a million downloads in different App stores.
  • Rob Richardson
  • Gaining Confidence with Cypress Tests
    Rob Richardson
    Talk

    Gaining Confidence with Cypress Tests

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Have you ever wanted to refactor mercilessly but didn't want to break the fragile tower? Or have you ever pushed to production only to spend the next few days cleaning up the regressions?
    You need end-to-end tests, and Cypress is a great, fast way to build them.
    With a simple JavaScript or TypeScript interface, you can automate browsers to hit those critical functions in your app to prove it works as expected -- this time and every time.
    Join us to dive into building Cypress tests and leave with the confidence to refactor your way to greatness.

    Takeaways

    • What is Cypress and why do I care?
    • What other tools are in this space and when would I use them?
    • How do I get started with Cypress?
    • How do I level-up to interact with the page and handle DOM events?
    • How do I intercept network requests and replace responses with fixtures?
    • What are best practices when building E2E tests?

    Speaker

    Rob Richardson
    Rob Richardson
    Developer
    Rob Richardson is a software craftsman building web properties in ASP.NET and Node, React and Vue. He’s a Microsoft MVP, published author, frequent speaker at conferences, user groups, and community events, and a diligent teacher and student of high quality software development. You can find this and other talks on https://robrich.org/presentations and follow him on twitter at @rob_rich.
  • Vaishali Megharaj Desarda
  • Mobile App Testing - Emulator/Simulators or Real Device
    Vaishali Megharaj Desarda
    Talk

    Mobile App Testing - Emulator/Simulators or Real Device

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Now that everyone has a smartphone and access to many free and paid apps, users and customers expect a certain level of professional and polished behaviour on their mobile devices. They know what to expect, what their devices are capable of, and expect to be delighted in terms of user experience, stability and interactions.

    In the starting phase of the app development, we may not have access to all possible real devices given the different OS versions available in the market on iOS & Android.

    We have multiple options on how to QA for Mobile app testing. We can test the apps with Emulators / Simulators, Real Devices & Cloud-based device farms.

    You have to have the right balance between real devices and emulators/simulators to get accurate results in the shortest time possible.
    This talk will give you insights on what to choose and when to choose - a kind of strategy for selecting between Emulator/simulator & the real device.
     

    Takeaways

    • Pros & Cons of Emulator/Simulator & Real Devices
    • Basic distinction between the Emulator/Simulator & Real Devices
    • When to choose Emulator/Simulator & Real Devices

    Speaker

    Vaishali Megharaj Desarda
    Vaishali Megharaj Desarda
    Hi, I am Vaishali Desarda. I am interested in Quality and I care about it. I have 10+ years of experience in the Testing field while I worked with Fintech, Core banking, Open banking, Utilities, Mobile apps, APIs in India & UK. I regularly write on practical matters related to testing. My 22+ articles are available here & at LinkedIn. I am an active Testing Community member and have begun speaking at online conferences.
  • Jaswanth Manigundan
  • Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: XCUI test (iOS)
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Talk

    Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: XCUI test (iOS)

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Web automation frameworks have evolved over time and have become very mature over the years. But the same is not true for mobile apps. 

    Did you want to kick start your journey into mobile test automation? Or have you found it harder to choose the right one for your team? Let's get started!

    Why these 4? The frameworks I have chosen have been used in high profile projects that I’ve worked on with so many challenges. So I’m speaking from real experience, rather than just the theory behind it.

    Also, all 4 frameworks I’ll be showcasing are well-documented and well-supported open-source code-based solutions, something that you can use in a software development team right away without any blockers (like money, approvals, etc).

    Framework #2: XCUI test (iOS)

    We will be using the same workflow for all the test framework demos. We will write a UI test using XCUI tests for the chosen workflow.

    XCUI testing is the native UI testing framework that comes out of the box and is supported by Apple. Test can be written and managed within xcode itself which provides you greater control over the app code itself. Tests are written using Swift.

    Takeaways

    • What does it take to write an XCUI Test based UI test for iOS?
    • In what scenarios should you use XCUI Test?
    • When not to use XCUI Test?
    • What type of teams can benefit in choosing a framework like XCUI Test?
    • What level of skill set is required to write a test using XCUI Test (so you can go and prep yourself for it).

    Speaker

    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Staff Quality Coach, Culture Amp
    I’m Jas from Melbourne. I currently work at Culture Amp as a Lead Quality Coach, specialising in test automation and testability. I have worked in the mobile app development space for almost a decade, where I saw mobile devices and operating systems get better and better by the day. My fascination towards mobile devices made me start my professional career as a mobile app developer. But my quest to build better apps and write code that is much more testable lead me to transition into a test automation engineer specialising in mobile. Since then, I’ve gradually explored a wide variety of test automation frameworks and have consulted for some of the leading mobile app teams in Australia to build efficient test automation suites for mobile apps. I have spoken about my mobile test automation journey in a variety of testing conferences like the Ministry of Testing’s Testbash and Saucelabs’ Saucecon. I now work at Culture Amp alongside the legendary Anne-Marie Charrett helping build a passionate quality enablement team. I currently work with test automation frameworks (functionality, contract and load) for APIs, microservices and event sourcing systems. Latest obsession… Observability within test frameworks.
  • Julia Pottinger
  • Vikrant Maniar
  • Piotr Wicherski
  • Discussion: Mobile Testing
    Julia Pottinger, Vikrant Maniar, Piotr Wicherski
    Panel Discussion

    Discussion: Mobile Testing

    What

    Panel Discussion

    Description

    In this session, our host Laveena Ramchandani, a Software Testing Leader herself, will be joined by three other experts in this session, who'll be able to answer questions live from our attendees.

    Piotr Wicherski is an Expert Mobile QA Engineer in Warsaw, Poland. Piotr has 13 years of expertise in Mobile technologies and has done more than 50 talks and workshops throughout his career. And if you're a football fan, come and say hi to Piotr as he works for UEFA!

    Julia Pottinger is a Head of Training and Development, a YouTuber, Instructor and Blogger from Kingston, Jamaica, Julia is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience with the testing community. Julia has written and done a lot of research on Mobile Testing and is very much looking forward to sharing her tips for Mobile App Testing!

    Vikrant Maniar is currently an Engineering Manager of quality and automation for all client platforms, in San Francisco, USA. Vikrant has great experience in leading test automation and release efforts for iOS and Android mobile apps, responsible for everything and anything that touches mobile apps. He's super excited to join TestBash Mobile!

    Speakers

    Julia Pottinger
    Julia Pottinger
    Head of Training and Development at QualityWorks

    Julia Pottinger is the Head of Training and Development at QualityWorks with expertise in manual, automated and API testing and training which has helped companies enhance the quality of their software through improved test coverage, faster time to market, increased process efficiency and optimized use of resources.

    Julia is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience and contributes to the testing community through writing articles, and delivering testing content on Test Automation University as well as her Youtube Channel and blog. She also conducts testing bootcamps for persons interested in entering the field of QA.

    Links

    Youtube Channel

    Blog Website

    Vikrant Maniar
    Vikrant Maniar
    Engineering Manager, Quality and Automation
    I like automating stuff and reducing toil. I am driven by a passion to help accelerate the speed to market for ideas. Like to fail fast and learn from mistakes to iteratively improve. I work at Pinterest with an extraordinarily talented group of individuals and leaders.
    Piotr Wicherski
    Piotr Wicherski
    Expert Mobile QA Engineer
    Expert Mobile QA Engineer at UEFA. 13+ years of expertise in Mobile technologies. Co-author of ISTQB MAT - Mobile Application Testing. Done more than 50 talks and workshops around Mobile QA. Speaker, conference organizer and university lecturer for mobile applications testing.
  • Sam Ostrom
  • Automating Mobile Testing and Drastically Reducing Maintenance with AI
    Sam Ostrom
    Talk

    Automating Mobile Testing and Drastically Reducing Maintenance with AI

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Autify is an advanced AI-powered automation testing platform for Web and Mobile applications that creates, manages, executes, and reports on tests with a self-healing AI that shortens release cycles and increases your team’s productivity.

    You will learn in 20 minutes how Autify works, and we will talk about our roadmap and upcoming features.

    Speaker

    Sam Ostrom
    Sam Ostrom
    Lead Customer Success Engineer at Autify
  • Suman Bala
  • Bing! Goes a Brain Wave (Heuristics and Mnemonics for Mobile Apps)
    Suman Bala
    Talk

    Bing! Goes a Brain Wave (Heuristics and Mnemonics for Mobile Apps)

    What

    Talk

    Description

    We have been using heuristics and mnemonics (knowingly or unknowingly) since our childhood. In software testing, heuristics and mnemonics are used to design and select the tests. Heuristics are highly valuable for a particular context, especially if people use them wisely. While testing, we can use these techniques to remember important elements. There are loads of heuristics in software testing and it can be a bit difficult to identify which one to use.

    However, you can start reflecting on it by answering the following questions:

    • What things do you consider when starting to test a new application?
    • What are your actions during and after each testing session?

    Are you curious about how can we use these in mobile application testing? In this workshop, we’ll learn about various heuristics and mnemonics and how can we use them to generate test ideas for the mobile app.

    Takeaways

    • Understand what is heuristics and mnemonics?
    • Identify various heuristics and mnemonics available for mobile apps testing?
    • How to apply them to generate test ideas?

    Speaker

    Suman Bala
    Suman Bala
    Test Architect
    Suman Bala is a Test Architect with a passion for improvement in quality processes and is a strong believer in Test Automation. She feels proud of how people’s perspective has changed regarding testing throughout her career. She is striving to instil the idea that quality is everyone’s responsibility as opposed to merely laying it at the feet of QA. She is a co-organiser for the Ministry of Testing Bucks meet-up. She is a mentor and coach at work and within the wider testing community. She is co-designing and delivering the “Software Testing Bootcamp” sponsored by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
  • Jaswanth Manigundan
  • Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Espresso (Android)
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Talk

    Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Espresso (Android)

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Web automation frameworks have evolved over time and have become very mature over the years. But the same is not true for mobile apps. 

    Did you want to kick start your journey into mobile test automation? Or have you found it harder to choose the right one for your team? Let's get started!

    Why these 4? The frameworks I have chosen have been used in high profile projects that I’ve worked on with so many challenges. So I’m speaking from real experience, rather than just the theory behind it.

    Also, all 4 frameworks I’ll be showcasing are well-documented and well-supported open-source code-based solutions, something that you can use in a software development team right away without any blockers (like money, approvals, etc).

    Framework #3: Espresso (Android)

    We will be using the same workflow for all the test framework demos. We will write a UI test using appium for the chosen workflow.

    imilar to XCUI tests, Espresso is the native test automation framework that comes with Android and can be maintained within Android Studio. Tests can be written using Kotlin or Java.

    Takeaways

    • What does it take to write an Espresso based UI test for android?
    • In what scenarios should you use Espresso?
    • When not to use Espresso?
    • What type of teams can benefit in choosing a framework like Espresso?
    • What level of skill set is required to write a test using Espresso (so you can go and prep yourself for it).

    Speaker

    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Staff Quality Coach, Culture Amp
    I’m Jas from Melbourne. I currently work at Culture Amp as a Lead Quality Coach, specialising in test automation and testability. I have worked in the mobile app development space for almost a decade, where I saw mobile devices and operating systems get better and better by the day. My fascination towards mobile devices made me start my professional career as a mobile app developer. But my quest to build better apps and write code that is much more testable lead me to transition into a test automation engineer specialising in mobile. Since then, I’ve gradually explored a wide variety of test automation frameworks and have consulted for some of the leading mobile app teams in Australia to build efficient test automation suites for mobile apps. I have spoken about my mobile test automation journey in a variety of testing conferences like the Ministry of Testing’s Testbash and Saucelabs’ Saucecon. I now work at Culture Amp alongside the legendary Anne-Marie Charrett helping build a passionate quality enablement team. I currently work with test automation frameworks (functionality, contract and load) for APIs, microservices and event sourcing systems. Latest obsession… Observability within test frameworks.
  • Maaike Brinkhof
  • Ask Me Anything with Maaike Brinkhof
    Maaike Brinkhof
    Ama

    Ask Me Anything with Maaike Brinkhof

    What

    Ama

    Description

    In this session, our fantastic host Tristan Lombard is joined by the one and only Maaike Brinkhof in this Ask Me Anything, where she'll be able to answer questions about native mobile app testing.

    Maaike lives in Utrecht, Netherlands and is an independent mobile tester and iOS developer. She loves testing because there are so many ways to add value to a team, be it by thinking critically about the product, working on the team dynamics, working to clarify the specs and testability of the product, getting the whole team to test with Exploratory Testing…the options are almost endless! She likes to help teams who are not sure where or what to test. During ‘analogue time’ Maaike likes to practice powerlifting, reading books and drinking different kinds of craft beer.

     

     

    Speaker

    Maaike Brinkhof
    Maaike Brinkhof
    Tester & iOS Developer
    Maaike is an independent mobile tester and iOS developer. She loves testing because there are so many ways to add value to a team, be it by thinking critically about the product, working on the team dynamics, working to clarify the specs and testability of the product, getting the whole team to test with Exploratory Testing…the options are almost endless! She likes to help teams who are not sure where or what to test. During ‘analogue time’ Maaike likes to practice powerlifting, reading books and drinking different kinds of craft beer.
  • Kim Arnett
  • Testing for (and Resolving) Mobile Accessibility Issues
    Kim Arnett
    Talk

    Testing for (and Resolving) Mobile Accessibility Issues

    What

    Talk

    Description

    In 2020, a global pandemic forced everyone to change their habits in acquiring products, lifelines and staying in touch with friends and family.
    With the challenges stay-at-home orders presented, a light shined on the absolute necessity to create accessible technology.
    The challenge for app developers became “how can you weave accessibility into your user experience when it wasn’t a consideration from the start?”.
    How do you know where to go when your experiences and knowledge in accessibility are limited?
    Together let’s take a look at some tools and best practices to help you make progress on your accessibility journey.

    Takeaways

    • Actionable steps to start fixing (then preventing) issues within your applications accessibility
    • Focus on iOS and Android

    Speaker

    Kim Arnett
    Kim Arnett
    Native Mobile Team Lead
    Kim is the Mobile Team Lead at Deque with a background in iOS development. She cares about diversity, inclusion, accessibility and making tech a better home for all. In her spare time she collects plants and dogs, and enjoys activities in nature such as hiking and kayaking.
  • Jaswanth Manigundan
  • Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Detox (React Native)
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Talk

    Test Automation Frameworks for Mobile: Detox (React Native)

    What

    Talk

    Description

    Web automation frameworks have evolved over time and have become very mature over the years. But the same is not true for mobile apps. 

    Did you want to kick start your journey into mobile test automation? Or have you found it harder to choose the right one for your team? Let's get started!

    Why these 4? The frameworks I have chosen have been used in high profile projects that I’ve worked on with so many challenges. So I’m speaking from real experience, rather than just the theory behind it.

    Also, all 4 frameworks I’ll be showcasing are well-documented and well-supported open-source code-based solutions, something that you can use in a software development team right away without any blockers (like money, approvals, etc).

    Framework #4: Detox (React Native)

    We will be using the same workflow for all the test framework demos. We will write a UI test using appium for the chosen workflow.

    Detox is an open-source framework specifically built for react native apps. You can run the same test on both Android and iOS without having to change anything, given the app is also written using react-native.

    Takeaways

    • What does it take to write an Detox based UI test for android and iOS?
    • In what scenarios should you use Detox?
    • When not to use Detox?
    • What type of teams can benefit in choosing a framework like detox?
    • What level of skill set is required to write a test using Detox (so you can go and prep yourself for it).

    Speaker

    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Jaswanth Manigundan
    Staff Quality Coach, Culture Amp
    I’m Jas from Melbourne. I currently work at Culture Amp as a Lead Quality Coach, specialising in test automation and testability. I have worked in the mobile app development space for almost a decade, where I saw mobile devices and operating systems get better and better by the day. My fascination towards mobile devices made me start my professional career as a mobile app developer. But my quest to build better apps and write code that is much more testable lead me to transition into a test automation engineer specialising in mobile. Since then, I’ve gradually explored a wide variety of test automation frameworks and have consulted for some of the leading mobile app teams in Australia to build efficient test automation suites for mobile apps. I have spoken about my mobile test automation journey in a variety of testing conferences like the Ministry of Testing’s Testbash and Saucelabs’ Saucecon. I now work at Culture Amp alongside the legendary Anne-Marie Charrett helping build a passionate quality enablement team. I currently work with test automation frameworks (functionality, contract and load) for APIs, microservices and event sourcing systems. Latest obsession… Observability within test frameworks.
    Shift Your to Mobile Testing Left
    Talk

    Shift Your to Mobile Testing Left

    What

    Talk

    Description

    For years, mobile developers and QA teams have had to struggle with a difficult choice: speed or quality. 

    By shifting testing left, engineering teams can better partner with QA to ensure that application releases are done on time and without bugs that break critical functionality.

    Takeaways

    • The benefits of using the shift-left mentality
    • How to leverage continuous end-to-end testing
    • Making QA efforts more impactful and efficient with the shift-left process
    The Famous 99-Second Talks
    99 Second Talks

    The Famous 99-Second Talks

    What

    99 Second Talks

    Description

    It's not a TestBash without 99-Second Talks!

    The 99-Second Talks is the attendee's stage, an opportunity for you to come on stage and talk for, that's right, 99-Seconds. 

    You can talk about anything, a testing topic you want to share, a personal experience, an idea sparked by all the amazing talks you've just listened to... the stage is yours, for 99-Seconds!

    Our amazing host Jenna Charlton, will introduce you on stage and start the clock. As soon as the time's up, a noise will be heard and that's it: time's up!

    Prerequisites

    You will need to give Hopin permission to allow your camera and microphone. Make sure these are enabled before you go on screen.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How to Attend

    TestBash Mobile as well as all online TestBashes are included in Pro membership which makes it by far the most affordable way to attend. Pro MoT is £249.99 per year with discounts for teams and a monthly option for individual memberships. Alternatively, you can buy a ticket just for the event for £75 - these are now available!

    Sponsorship

    We want this online conference to be all about Mobile and are actively looking for sponsors for the event. Email marketing@ministryoftesting.com to learn more about our sponsorship options.

    Where is the Event Hosted?

    TestBash Mobile is hosted on Hopin, an excellent platform for events like this. You'll need to create a Hopin account to access the event.  

    How Do I Join the Event?

    1. Double check you're logged into your MoT Account. You'll see your avatar and name in the top right-hand corner.
    2. Visit the Hopin event space at https://hopin.com/events
    3. Enter the password sent to you in an email/or by visiting the top of the event page (Look for the "Join Details" section, on the page you're reading this FAQ) - Available one week before the event!
    4. On the Hopin event space,  select "Join Event"
    5. When prompted to SELECT TICKETS, select "Sign in to join the event" (at this point you can create a Hopin account if you don't have one already)
    6. Close the "CHECKOUT" page
    7. Select "Join Event" again
    8. Congrats, you're now in the reception area of the event 🎉