BACKGROUND

Agile, Testing and DevOps: Are they a Separate conversation or a progression of capability?

DevOps, Testing and Agile have shared environments that facilitate working together. Spurred by greater demand for excellence, these three methods are more than simply adopting new tools and processes. The synergy involves building an evolving and a stable Continuous Integration (CI) Infrastructure, as well as an automated pipeline that moves deliverables from development to production to meet users’ expectations. They can work together, and the entire build process should be transparent, and it should enable and support development and operations. This transformation depends on: significant changes in culture; roles and responsibilities; team structure; tools and processes.

The Round Table session is for 45 minutes. The speaker at each table will have a set theme and delegates join any table that they are interested in. They are given all the topics with their joining instructions and again at the time of registration and so make their choice on the topics that they want to attend. This is a discussion group and so no presentation slides are necessary, but please submit a topic if you would like to chair a discussion on a topic related to Testing, Agile and DevOps.

Topics Covered

  • Agile frameworks provide guidance for efficient operational software
  • Adopt a “build-and-run” teams concept
  • Automation and SAFe
  • Agile and DevOps – moving with flow based awareness
  • Testing: “Measure twice, cut once”
  • Continuous Testing – running tests at each stage of s/w delivery pipeline.
  • Improve DevOps with SAFe
  • Automating for improved flow
  • The agile release train and continuous integration
  • Scrum board Gamification
  • Modern Software Testing
  • Sustainable Test Automation
  • Mob Programming
  • Team leadership
  • Individuals and interactions over process and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan…… have been achieved and helped establishing a faster and practical way of getting things done.

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Call for Participation

We are inviting speakers – thought leaders, subject experts and start-up entrepreneurs – to share their knowledge and enthusiasm about their work and vision in these three fields. Please let us know too if you would like to participate in panel sessions only. Please also get in touch if you would like to participate in the Round Table session.

We understand that successful projects are written up as “White Papers”. Please share these with us. But projects that did not achieve their targets – “Black Papers”- are of interest to us too. They can be important topics of discussion / panels where you can present. Talk to us about both, we welcome your input.

We are also planning short “how to do” sessions or full-day workshops to run as pre or post conference events. Let us know if you have a related topic that you want to run as a workshop or an extended briefing.

Please complete the speaker’s response form and submit a proposal to present at this event.

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PROGRAMME UNDER DEVELOPMENT

TOPIC TO BE COVERED:

  • Agile frameworks provide guidance for efficient operational software
  • Adopt a “build-and-run” teams concept
  • Automation and SAFe
  • Agile and DevOps – moving with flow based awareness
  • Testing: “Measure twice, cut once”
  • Continuous Testing – running tests at each stage of s/w delivery pipeline.
  • Improve DevOps with SAFe
  • Automating for improved flow
  • The agile release train and continuous integration
  • Scrum board Gamification
  • Modern Software Testing
  • Sustainable Test Automation
  • Mob Programming
  • Team leadership
  • Individuals and interactions over process and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • DevSecOps
  • Organisational / Enterprise changes in Agile / DevOps
  • Automation and Tools
  • Changing culture in a company that has a long history and habits
  • Measure and Metrics
  • RPA in Testing
  • Importance of non-tech skills
  • AI in Testing
  • Quality engineering vs Quality Assurance
  • CI /CO Pipelines
  • What comes after Agile
  • Journey from Waterfall to Agile Testing

Let's talk about Cynefin - Read More
Hannah McGarty, Agile Manager, Expedia

Hannah McGarty, Agile Manager, Expedia

Cynefin framework has been around for 20 years, but it has only been in the last few that I have truly appreciated the power of Cynefin. From understanding and determining my leadership style, to influencing the flow of work or adapting planning and estimation techniques, Cynefin has guided me to work more effectively and productively in a variety of situations. I will share my knowledge and framework to enable you to think differently about the teams you work with.

Exploring a DevOps Transformation Like a Tester - Read More
Parveen Khan, Senior Test Engineer, Square Marble Technology

Hannah McGarty, Agile Manager, Expedia

Just when we, as testers, got a handle on what Agile means for us, the landscape changed yet again to a DevOps culture. Words like continuous integration (CI), continuous deployment (CD), and pipelines are now ones we’re hearing on a daily basis. As a tester, I’ll admit, I had no clue of what these words meant, and how was I to change the way I tested to fit within this DevOps culture.

Researching about DevOps provided some information, but it was still fuzzy how testing fits into this process. As opposed to panicking about yet another shift in culture, I decided to approach this with a tester’s mindset and explore it just as I would a new application.

In this talk, I’ll share my journey of how illustrating models to visualize and understand CI/CD pipelines helped me; my various phases of exploration of the DevOps culture; and the thoughtful questions that I posed at each phase to learn more about this methodology. I’ll also share how my new understanding of DevOps influenced my decisions on which automated tests should be contributed to the CI/CD pipeline and at which stages.

Key Takeaways:

  • Multiple visual models of CI/CD pipeline
  • Strategies and techniques to understand the impact CI/CD has on testers
  • Understanding of how and when exploratory testing would fit into devops

PAST PROGRAMME

Testing
Agile
DevOps

Joint morning session

Joint Session Chair: Jonathan Wright

08:15 – Registration

09:10 – UNICOM’s Welcome

09:15 – Keynote: Great ScrumMasterRead More
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Great teams make a huge difference to your company’s success. Great ScrumMasters create such high-performing teams.

I will tell you some of the secrets you need to know to become a great ScrumMaster. Create a high-performing collaborative environment at your organization, which makes your organization more than competitive in the current complex globalized world.

09:55 – Questions & discussions

10:00 – Agile Leadership in the digital ageRead More
Dan Hooper, Managing Director and Co-founder, Piccadilly Group

In the digital age, the focus on culture, leadership, management and decision-making must evolve. This talk will discuss the future of these key areas and outline a proven ground-up approach to enable leadership teams to deliver effective outcomes for the modern agile enterprise.

10:30 – Questions & discussions

10:35 – Introduction to sponsors and supporting bodies

10:40 – Tea & Coffee Break

11:00 – Future Proofing Skills in the age of Artificial IntelligenceRead More
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Artificial intelligence is rapidly becoming part of every organisations 2020 business strategy. As a Tester how do you bridge the Cognitive knowledge GAP? How can you apply a testers bespoke domain knowledge to test Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) platforms?

Join Jonathon who will share his recent experience of implementing Augmented Intelligent (AI) through harmonising Human Intelligence (such as Mechanical Turk) with Artificial Intelligence (Consensus Algorithms) to test next generation Enterprise AI platforms.

  • The skills as testers you will need for Artificial Intelligence
  • Testing Patterns to prove Machine Learning
  • How to leverage Human Intelligence to crease Augmented Intelligence

11:30 – Questions & discussions

11:35 – Value Stream Management: unleash the power of DevOps to the rest of your organizationRead More
Olav Maassen, Enterprise Account Director, CollabNet VersionOne

DevOps is the key to unlocking organizational performance. Organizations have tons of data available in their process chain. Put this data in context with strategy and planning to transform this data into actionable information to drive improvement on time-to-market and transparency. Value Stream Management puts DevOps at the heart of the change.

11:55 – Questions & discussions

12:00 – Panel: Techniques and Strategies for Transition: Evolving Roles and Best PrecticesRead More

Moderator: Jonathan Wright

Panelist – Zuzana Sochova, Carlos Kidman, Hannah McGarty

12:30 – Lunch

13:30 – Round TableRead More

Table 1 – What’s the problem with Product Owners and how can we help them?
Mark Smalley, Global Ambassador, DevOps Agile Skills Association

Table 2 – Continuous Testing with Microservices
Carlos Kidman, QA Manager, Jane.com, USA

Table 3 – Great ScrumMaster
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Table 4 – Intelligent Operations (AIOps)
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Table 5 – No place for manual testing in Devops – is a myth
Parveen Khan, Senior Test Engineer, Scott Logic

14:00 – Testing Track (changeover time)

Testing Summit Chair: Narayanan Palani, Chapter Lead – Quality Engineering, Lloyds Banking Group

14:10 – The blockchain testing methodologyRead More
Alexandra Pitkevich, Blockchain Lead, Accenture Gallia

In the times when more and more blockchain solutions are moving from PoC to Pilot and Production implementations the topic of Quality Assurance becomes very important. This presentation will cover the structured approach for a professional blockchain testing from adopted V-model to the test tool selection and more…

14:35 – Questions & discussions

14:40 – Talking testing….with non-testersRead More
Steve Watson, Senior Test Manager, Octopus Labs

Whenever we try talking about testing to non-testers, it can seem a difficult task. Testing talks are not so well attended by Developers, BA’s, Product Owners etc, as they are not seen as being relevant to them. This talk aims to uncover why this is and to outline some ideas to help us to talk testing to our non-testing colleagues.

15:05 – Questions & discussions

15:10 – A Tester’s Survival Guide for Agile TransitionRead More
Parveen Khan, Senior Test Engineer, Scott Logic

Agile transformation is challenging, especially for testers who are accustomed to working in a silo. As a lone tester on a team, it’s difficult to find the time to learn new methodologies and adapt to be able to incorporate them as part of your process.

While it’s apparent that an agile approach can bring forth several benefits such as the faster delivery of new features, it’s not always obvious what a tester should do to be a part of this change.

Although there’s literature covering the tester’s role in an agile environment, this talk will move beyond the theory and provide a journey of a tester’s experience in making this transformation.

Make no mistake… transitioning to agile is not an easy feat, so this talk will not only cover my personal successes but will also highlight my failures and critical lessons learned.

15:35 – Questions & discussions

15:40 – Tea & Coffee Break

16:00 – Become an effective leader – Toolkit for Creating Your Personal Brand for SuccessRead More
Niranjalee Rajaratne, Head of Quality Assurance and Delivery, Third Bridge

In today’s workplace building the right personal brand is one of the critical success factors when engaging and interacting with others we want to influence and to support our efforts. In this session Niranjalee shares ideas and a toolkit for creating your personal brand, to change perceptions, to ensure successful interactions and to improve your ability to achieve your career goals.

16:25 – Questions & discussions

16:30 – Future of Test Manager Role in AgileRead More
Narayanan Palani, Chapter Lead -Quality Engineering, Lloyds Banking Group

Testing programs are migrating into agile feature teams and Spotify model of agile teams are spreading across the FinTech industry to adopt and evolve into faster deliveries. Traditional test manager roles are getting vanished to give a space for chapter leads on the test/quality engineering. This talk explains about the key role and job description for any test manager to adapt to be a test chapter’s lead!

16:55 – Questions & discussions

17:00 – Devs Should Love Your TestsRead More
Carlos Kidman, QA Manager, Jane.com, USA

The best way to truly achieve Agile and CI/CD is to have devs fall in love with your tests – manual or automated. This transformation starts with empathy and ends with confidence. This is what I did at my current company and now every member of the team enjoys writing automated tests.

17:25 – Questions & discussions

17:30 – Chair’s summing-up

17:40 – End of conference and drinks reception

Joint morning session

Joint Session Chair: Jonathan Wright

08:15 – Registration

09:10 – UNICOM’s Welcome

09:15 – Keynote: Great ScrumMasterRead More
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Great teams make a huge difference to your company’s success. Great ScrumMasters create such high-performing teams.

I will tell you some of the secrets you need to know to become a great ScrumMaster. Create a high-performing collaborative environment at your organization, which makes your organization more than competitive in the current complex globalized world.

09:55 – Questions & discussions

10:00 – Agile Leadership in the digital ageRead More
Dan Hooper, Managing Director and Co-founder, Piccadilly Group

In the digital age, the focus on culture, leadership, management and decision-making must evolve. This talk will discuss the future of these key areas and outline a proven ground-up approach to enable leadership teams to deliver effective outcomes for the modern agile enterprise.

10:30 – Questions & discussions

10:35 – Introduction to sponsors and supporting bodies

10:40 – Tea & Coffee Break

11:00 – Future Proofing Skills in the age of Artificial IntelligenceRead More
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Artificial intelligence is rapidly becoming part of every organisations 2020 business strategy. As a Tester how do you bridge the Cognitive knowledge GAP? How can you apply a testers bespoke domain knowledge to test Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) platforms?

Join Jonathon who will share his recent experience of implementing Augmented Intelligent (AI) through harmonising Human Intelligence (such as Mechanical Turk) with Artificial Intelligence (Consensus Algorithms) to test next generation Enterprise AI platforms.

  • The skills as testers you will need for Artificial Intelligence
  • Testing Patterns to prove Machine Learning
  • How to leverage Human Intelligence to crease Augmented Intelligence

11:30 – Questions & discussions

11:35 – Value Stream Management: unleash the power of DevOps to the rest of your organizationRead More
Olav Maassen, Enterprise Account Director, CollabNet VersionOne

DevOps is the key to unlocking organizational performance. Organizations have tons of data available in their process chain. Put this data in context with strategy and planning to transform this data into actionable information to drive improvement on time-to-market and transparency. Value Stream Management puts DevOps at the heart of the change.

11:55 – Questions & discussions

12:00 – Panel: Techniques and Strategies for Transition: Evolving Roles and Best PrecticesRead More

Moderator: Jonathan Wright

Panelist – Zuzana Sochova, Carlos Kidman, Hannah McGarty

12:30 – Lunch

13:30 – Round TableRead More

Table 1 – What’s the problem with Product Owners and how can we help them?
Mark Smalley, Global Ambassador, DevOps Agile Skills Association

Table 2 – Continuous Testing with Microservices
Carlos Kidman, QA Manager, Jane.com, USA

Table 3 – Great ScrumMaster
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Table 4 – Intelligent Operations (AIOps)
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Table 5 – No place for manual testing in Devops – is a myth
Parveen Khan, Senior Test Engineer, Scott Logic

14:00 – Agile Track (changeover time)

Agile Session Chair – Dean Latchana

14:10 – US Marines, Agile and heuristicsRead More
Peter Pito, Delivery Lead, Deloitte Digital

Software development is inherently complex in nature. For such complex problems there are no recipes for success that can be followed.

Why do projects fail? We are constantly under pressure to make decisions in software under the constraint of time and knowledge.

US Marines rely on heuristics when the original battle plan breaks down, such as “capture the high ground, stay in touch and keep moving”. Can we use a similar set of heuristics in our Agile deliveries?

Join me to explore the concept of an Agile Adaptive toolbox of heuristic.

14:35 – Questions & discussions

14:40 – Case Study: Turkcell’s Agile Transformation Journey and LearningsRead More
Behice Gul Torun Öztürk, Governance and Agile Office Senior Manager, Turkcell Technology

At this presentation, I will talk about how we decided and started an agile transformation journey for our IT organization of about 1000 professionals. Starting in 2016 from almost scratch to about 65 agile teams at the moment, our journey includes how we proceeded, how we established the agile office with 6 agile coaches and what we expect next for our growing and changing IT organization.

15:05 – Questions & discussions

15:10 – Agile and Organisational Resilience – Creating opportunities through crisis and changeRead More
Dean Latchana, Business Agility Consultant, Latchana Consulting Ltd

I propose an organisational resilience mindset can enable enterprises to strengthen its resilience to unforeseen circumstances.

I will explain how organisational resilience with agile and lean can enable organisations to survive, thrive and create opportunities through crisis and change.

15:35 – Questions & discussions

15:40 – Tea & Coffee Break

16:00 – 3..2..1.. Go – Building and Growing an Agile TeamRead More
Tom Hoyland, Sky Betting and Gaming, Agile Delivery Lead

How would you build a team from scratch? What techniques would you use? What metrics should you respond to?

In this talk you’ll see how we assembled a team, embedded agile values, a DevOps mindset and a clear purpose to create a squad with an infectious, high performing culture.

We’ll demonstrate the coaching and visualisation techniques we used to reduce batch size and improve quality. You’ll see how to reveal ‘hidden’ product backlogs, make the invisible visible, and use domain driven design, theory of constraints and language to optimise team resilience.

16:40 – Questions & discussions

16:45 – Business Agility: Changing the way we think about AgileRead More
Hannah McGarty, Agile Lead, Expedia

Most companies wish they could work faster, and more efficiently, whilst being adaptable, flexible and able to respond to change. So how do we achieve this? We use the mindset, principles and tools of agile to drive change. This talk will focus on how we can successfully imbed an agile culture into other pockets of our business, outside of technology, to drive end to end, true agility.

17:10 – Questions & Discussions

17:15 – Leading Digital – Agile change using strategy maps for situational awarenessRead More
Philippe Guenet, Digital Change Coach, Henko

Enterprises, who are struggling to keep up with the pace of the competitive digital landscape, have aimed to become more agile as the solution. Those efforts have often struggled because one-size-fits-all solutions don’t work, and are often misplaced too. Without situational awareness, Leaders are navigating their landscape blindfolded. Mapping offers techniques for visualising a strategy and applying patterns in support of successful digital strategies.

17:40 – Questions & discussions

17:45 – Chair’s summing-up

17:50 – End of conference and drinks reception.

Joint morning session

Joint Session Chair: Jonathan Wright

08:15 – Registration

09:10 – UNICOM’s Welcome

09:15 – Keynote: Great ScrumMasterRead More
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Great teams make a huge difference to your company’s success. Great ScrumMasters create such high-performing teams.

I will tell you some of the secrets you need to know to become a great ScrumMaster. Create a high-performing collaborative environment at your organization, which makes your organization more than competitive in the current complex globalized world.

09:55 – Questions & discussions

10:00 – Agile Leadership in the digital ageRead More
Dan Hooper, Managing Director and Co-founder, Piccadilly Group

In the digital age, the focus on culture, leadership, management and decision-making must evolve. This talk will discuss the future of these key areas and outline a proven ground-up approach to enable leadership teams to deliver effective outcomes for the modern agile enterprise.

10:30 – Questions & discussions

10:35 – Introduction to sponsors and supporting bodies

10:40 – Tea & Coffee Break

11:00 – Future Proofing Skills in the age of Artificial IntelligenceRead More
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Artificial intelligence is rapidly becoming part of every organisations 2020 business strategy. As a Tester how do you bridge the Cognitive knowledge GAP? How can you apply a testers bespoke domain knowledge to test Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) platforms?

Join Jonathon who will share his recent experience of implementing Augmented Intelligent (AI) through harmonising Human Intelligence (such as Mechanical Turk) with Artificial Intelligence (Consensus Algorithms) to test next generation Enterprise AI platforms.

  • The skills as testers you will need for Artificial Intelligence
  • Testing Patterns to prove Machine Learning
  • How to leverage Human Intelligence to crease Augmented Intelligence

11:30 – Questions & discussions

11:35 – Value Stream Management: unleash the power of DevOps to the rest of your organizationRead More
Olav Maassen, Enterprise Account Director, CollabNet VersionOne

DevOps is the key to unlocking organizational performance. Organizations have tons of data available in their process chain. Put this data in context with strategy and planning to transform this data into actionable information to drive improvement on time-to-market and transparency. Value Stream Management puts DevOps at the heart of the change.

11:55 – Questions & discussions

12:00 – Panel: Techniques and Strategies for Transition: Evolving Roles and Best PrecticesRead More

Moderator: Jonathan Wright

Panelist – Zuzana Sochova, Carlos Kidman, Hannah McGarty

12:30 – Lunch

13:30 – Round TableRead More

Table 1 – What’s the problem with Product Owners and how can we help them?
Mark Smalley, Global Ambassador, DevOps Agile Skills Association

Table 2 – Continuous Testing with Microservices
Carlos Kidman, QA Manager, Jane.com, USA

Table 3 – Great ScrumMaster
Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová, Independent Agile coach and trainer

Table 4 – Intelligent Operations (AIOps)
Jonathon Wright, Digital Therapist, Digital Assured

Table 5 – No place for manual testing in Devops – is a myth
Parveen Khan, Senior Test Engineer, Scott Logic

14:00 – DevOps Track (changeover time)

DevOps Summit Chair – Iwona Winiarska

14:10 – I want DevOps… but I’m so Waterfallish!Read More
Guillermo Martinez, DevOps Lead, Accenture’s Liquid Studio NL

It’s clear the delivery market trend is DevOps, both from an organization point of view and technology. It has been demonstrated how companies applying DevOps can innovate and experiment faster and cheaper, which eventually is materialized on market growth. Besides the increase in revenue, it also creates a culture of motivation and happiness.

However, a transition into DevOps is not easy, especially for big and traditional companies. Managing DevOps enablement using traditional project management practices can be challenging, but most of the times it’s required (one of the goals of being DevOps is changing the management style). Trying to work Agile and controlling the effort in a waterfall way it’s hard, and it creates frustration.

During this presentation, you’ll be able to find how running a DevOps assessment from a Technical Architect point of view can help on guiding the DevOps enablement. Finding how to combine efforts in the areas of People, Process, and Technology.

Some of the topics covered during the presentation are: why organizations “can’t” be DevOps, how to run a DevOps assessment or Deliverables that can help in the DevOps transition.

14:40 – Questions & discussions

14:45 – How big is Ops in DevOps?Read More
Mark Smalley, Global Ambassador, DevOps Agile Skills Association

Despite starting off in Ops, most current DevOps guidance is about application development and, of course, deployment. People are struggling with the IT operations part. This session explores how much of IT Ops to decentralise into product-oriented DevOps teams, and how much to keep in a shared service centre.

15:15 – Questions & discussions

15:20 – Tea & Coffee Break

15:40 – Readying your DevOps Pipeline for the Advent of AIRead More
Huw Price, Managing Director, Curiosity Software Ireland

The current buzz around AI focuses much on its promise for DevOps, less on practical steps for realising it. This session instead considers the technologies and processes in place at organisations today, and how Robotic Process Automation can integrate them. This in turn feeds a healthy data lake, making it possible to introduce robotic ‘Expert Systems’ – a more realistic first step into intelligent bots for most organisations.

16:10 – Questions & discussions

16:15 – Lessons learned on the journey to DevOps transformationRead More
Iwona Winiarska, Agile Delivery Manager, Automation Logic

In a world of complexity, uncertainty and shifting priorities, it’s important to be nimble and adapt to the rapidly changing environment. Automating development processes and continuous delivery help achieve a higher level of DevOps maturity but what are the challenges many organisations face on the journey to their DevOps transformation? This talk delves into the challenges and lessons learned when transitioning to DevOps culture and adopting agile ways of working in large organisations and public sector.

16:45 – Questions & discussions

16:50 – Delivering Fast in a Regulated EnvironmentRead More
Jason Maude, Head of Technology Advocacy, Starling Bank

How do you employ rapid delivery in an industry such as banking which is both highly regulated and in which customers are inherently conservative? This talk will explain how Starling Bank’s architecture and approach to DevOps allows us to break the perceived trade off between reliability and rapid delivery and give our customers both at once.

17:20 – Questions & Discussions

17:25 – Chair’s summing-up

17:35 – End of conference and drinks reception.

Speakers

Parveen Khan

Senior Test Engineer, Square Marble Technology

Hannah McGarty

Agile Manager, Expedia
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