Chris Kenst, Lead QA Automation Engineer at ‘Promenade Group’ 

Topic – Test Idea Catalogs for Better Testing!

Abstract

Testers can develop a set of tests or test concepts for a specific object or risk and re-use them in similar projects or products. Catalogues come in many shapes and forms, they can be lists or more detailed. They can be public or private. They can be developed by individual testers or as teams within companies. But they all help you test better!

Top Takeaways:

  • Learn about what Test Idea Catalogs are
  • Learn about how to create your own and use them!

Speaker Bio

Chris Kenst has been improving software quality since 2006 and is currently a Lead Automation Engineer at BloomNation in Santa Monica, CA. Chris is a Writer, Speaker, Blogger at Kenst.com, and Board Member for the Association for Software Testing. He’s been a Lead Instructor for the AST-BBST courses, hosts webinars and otherwise tries to contribute to the testing community. He also created and maintains an open-source list of software testing conferences and workshops. You can find him online most places @ckenst.

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