Quality comes free with open source software tools – Functional Testing

This is a continuation of the previous talk in HKOSC 2013. Steven will continue introducing open source test automation for functional testing. Again tools appear straightforward, but testing at functional level is a lot more than catching bugs. There will be demonstration to illustrate on what’s more we can do than merely catching bugs – let’s prevent them in the first place.

Speaker: Mr Steven Mak (Hong Kong)

Steven spends most of his time helping teams adopt Agile engineering and testing practices in and around Hong Kong. In his leisure time, he also enjoys writing programs that solve problems. His love of programming started in his early primary school days. He later obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science at the University of Hong Kong, where he developed his interests in a variety of programming languages – from mainstream to the very exotic. He completed a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at Imperial College London where he achieved a better understanding of teams, organizations, customers, and new product development.

Language: English (with English Slides)

Slide: https://www.slideshare.net/tcmak/quality-comes-free-with-open-source-testing-tools

(This is a a session of Hong Kong Open Source Conference 2014 on 29 March, HKOSC is an annual international conference in Hong Kong for global open source community, it is aimed to demonstrate the use of open source software technology, open hardware technology and latest development in the world. HKOSC is targeted for developers, users and promoters.)

Sammy Fung

The President at Open Source Hong Kong, the blogger at sammyfun.com, an open source developer, a Mozilla Rep, the lead of GNOME Asia committee and the contributing member of Python Software Foundation.

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