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Explore the unknown with exploratory testing - Sérgio Freire

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Sergio Freire

Solution Architect and Testing Advocate

Talk Description
Several different approaches have become hot topics in the Software Testing community. Hopefully, Exploratory Testing has not gone unnoticed!
Exploratory Testing is an approach where a tester freely explores the system with intent, in a creative and critical manner, learning continuously throughout the process and using that insight to perform and leverage additional testing.
Key Takeaways:
  • What is Exploratory Testing and its benefits
  • How to optimize your testing strategy with Exploratory Testing
  • How to share findings with the whole team and track coverage in Jira
  • How to stay focused testing and automate tasks with Xray Exploratory App
 
The Xray Exploratory App (XEA) streamlines the process of exploratory testing by giving you the tools to capture evidence and easily share your insights. XEA eases the process of documentation so you can cover more untested code, discover new testing scenarios, and find hard to catch bugs. Features:
  • Create a test session or “test charter” to track your time
  • Record videos, make screenshots, take notes and do annotations
  • Test web, desktop or even mobile-based applications
  • Use as a standalone desktop app or integrate with Xray and Jira
  • Export testing sessions to PDF or directly to your Test Runs in Xray
What you’ll learn
  • Exploratory Testing and its benefits
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Sergio Freire

Solution Architect and Testing Advocate

About Speaker

Sergio Freire is a Solution Architect and Testing Advocate, working closely with many teams worldwide from distinct yet highly demanding sectors (Automotive, Health, and Telco among others) to help them achieve great, high-quality, testable products. By understanding how organizations work, their needs, context and background, processes and quality can be improved, while development and testing can "merge" towards a common goal: provide the best product that stakeholders need.

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