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Automated testing conference in Europe

At the end of winter training center XP Injection invites all of you in Kiev to take part in Selenium Camp conference, completely devoted to automated testing with main focus on web testing with Selenium/WebDriver. We plan to provide participants with ability to gain new practical skills in addition to new ideas and theoretical knowledge from conference talks. First two days (February 25-26) will be filled with trainings and workshops. The next two days (February 27-28) will be in usual conference format with talks and master classes.

Selenium Camp 2011 was the first conference in the world completely devoted to Selenium and the fourth time it brings together advocates of test automation in Kiev. Last year more than 350 participants attended the conference. The camp was really international, despite the most part of the participants were from Eastern Europe. We received visitors from Estonia, USA, Netherlands, UK, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. 21 speakers mostly from large product companies presented great master classes and talks.

 

 

This year we decided to make the conference less focused on Selenium. So, Selenium Camp 2015 will be interesting as a starting point for those, who start to automate their tests (especially using Selenium), and also for professionals who are experienced in this area. It is a two-days conference with variety of talks, master-classes and practical reports on Selenium usage for testing application written on different programming languages (Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby, Python etc.), both desctop, web-based and mobile. Join us! It will be interesting!

 

Information for participants

We will try to do our best to reduce participation cost and make it acceptable for everyone. For this purpose we are actively looking for sponsors. Only 300 tickets will be available this year on main conference days and 15 tickets per training on training days. Tickets will be sold in 4 stages, prices you can find below. Don’t wait for the last moment and buy your ticket now with the lowest price. There are also discounts for groups and full package (conference + training).

Training days (February 25-26)

!!! Attention !!! Registration on training days and payment for them should be done separately from main conference days. Follow conference program and announcements on the conference site to choose the most suitable trainings.

 

 

FEBRUARY 25

FEBRUARY 26

09:30 - 18:30

REGISTRATION

Training “Web applications testing with WebDriver/Selenium”

Mikalai Alimenkou (Ukraine)

09:30-18:30

REGISTRATION

Training “Selenium 2/WebDriver in practice for beginners”

Andrey Dzynia (Ukraine)

 

First conference day (February 27th)

 

STAGE A (300 SEATS)

STAGE B (150 SEATS)

09:00 - 09:45

Registration, welcome coffee

09:45 - 10:00

Conference opening

10:00 - 10:50

[TBD]

Dmitriy Kovalenko (USA)

UI testing automation with Galen Framework

Alexey Zvolinskiy (Ukraine)

10:50 - 11:00

Break

11:00 - 11:50

Panel discussion with conference speakers

Tsung – powerful tool for powerful load testing

Artem Kalantai (Ukraine)

11:50 - 12:00

Break

12:00 - 12:50

From Unit Testing to End-To-End Test Automation

Oren Rubin (Israel)

Using Selenium Successfully

Dave Haeffner (USA)

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 - 15:20

Helpful Automation Techniques for Mobile and Web

Justin Ison (Germany)

Webium: Page Objects in Python

Igor Khrol (Belarus)

15:20 - 15:30

Break

15:30 - 16:20

How to level-up your Selenium tests with Visual Testing

Moshe Milman (Israel)

Making Watir and Cucumber an efficient tool for complex Web UI Automation

Ruslan Strazhnyk (Ukraine)

16:20 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00 - 17:50

Testing Web Analytics

Marcus Merrell (USA)

Good test = short test

Andrei Solntsev (Estonia)

17:50 - 18:00

Closing of the first day

18:00 - 20:00

Whiskey party

 

Second conference day (February 28th)

 

STAGE A (300 SEATS)

STAGE B (150 SEATS)

09:00 - 09:45

Welcome coffee

09:45 - 10:00

Opening of the second day

10:00 - 10:50

Practical Tips & Tricks for Selenium

Dave Haeffner (USA)

Teaching automation. How big companies do it.

Vitali Shulha (Belarus)

10:50 - 11:00

Break

11:00 - 11:50

[TBD]

Dmitriy Kovalenko (USA)

High performance functional tests based on Selenium

Andrii Soldatenko (Ukraine)

11:50 - 12:00

Break

12:00 - 12:50

Selenium and the Four Rules of Simple Design

Thomas Sundberg (Sweden)

REST Assured: The way to speed up your tests

Alexey Zvolinskiy (Ukraine)

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 - 15:20

Why testing take so much time?

Mikalai Alimenkou (Ukraine)

Architecture of Test Framework for the Enterprise Legacy Applications

Igor Khotin (Ukraine)

15:20 - 15:30

Break

15:30 - 16:20

[TBD]

Andrey Dzynia (Sweden)

Getting maximum from testing automation

Anton Sirota (Ukraine)

16:20 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00 - 17:50

Bullshit driven development

Andrei Solntsev (Estonia)

Design patterns in web testing automation

Mikalai Alimenkou (Ukraine)

17:50 - 18:10

Conference closing

Mikalai Alimenkou

Mikalai Alimenkou

XP Injection / ZoralLabs, Ukraine

Java Tech Lead and Scrum Master. Expert in Java development, scalable architecture, Agile engineering practices and project management. Having more than 10 years of development experience, specializes on complex distributed scalable systems. Active participant and speaker of many international conferences. Founder and coach in training center XP Injection. Organizer and founder of Selenium CampJEEConfXP Days Ukraine and IT Brunchconferences. Founder of active “Anonymous developers club” (uadevclub).


Dmitriy Kovalenko


Dmitriy Kovalenko

Groupon, USA

Dmitriy Kovalenko worked in quality assurance for eight years (Rosetta Stone Inc., ThoughtWorks, Centro, Groupon), seven of which he spent in Agile environments. Dmitriy has worked with Selenium professionally for four years, during which time he has carried out a test suites for small and large enterprises. Last two years he spent working in the field of DevOps. Author of agilesoftwaretesting.com blog.


Dave Haeffner


Dave Haeffner

Arrgyle LLC, USA

Dave Haeffner is the writer of Elemental Selenium (elementalselenium.com) – a free, once weekly Selenium tip newsletter read by thousands of testing professionals. He’s also the creator and maintainer of ChemistryKit (github.com/chemistrykit) (an open-source Selenium framework), and author of The Selenium Guidebook (seleniumguidebook.com). He’s helped numerous companies successfully implement automated acceptance testing; including The Motley Fool, ManTech International, Sittercity, Animoto, and Aquent. He’s also a founder/co-organizer of the Selenium Hangout and has spoken at numerous conferences and meet-ups about automated acceptance testing.


Andrey Dzynia


Andrey Dzynia

Spotify, Sweden

Being passionate hacking out with his first personal computer Andrii decided to start his career as software tester. Within years worked on various projects with different product complexities, from small mobile startups to large Enterprise programs. Tried himself in different roles, such as: software tester, test automator, scrum master, team leader, test consultant. As well as initiatives: speaker, trainer, conference organiser, blogger. Currently working at Spotify with focus on improving development productivity of agile teams applying engineering practices in order to minimise delivery cycle and improve product quality.


Igor Khrol


Igor Khrol

Wargaming, Belarus

Automated testing specialist. About 8 years experience in test automation in various roles: engineer, architect, manager, consultant, trainer. Experience in the majority of popular tools (Selenium, HP QTP, TestComplete, JMeter). Using Selenium more then 6 years starting from the early versions. Regular speaker of SeleniumCamp conference. Shares his thoughts about automated testing at the blog.


Marcus Merrell


Marcus Merrell

RetailMeNot, Inc, USA

A test architect at RetailMeNot, Inc., Marcus Merrell has written UI and API test frameworks for several products since 2001. Marcus is obsessed with code design and holds sacred the philosophy that test frameworks should be approached, developed, and tested just as carefully as the production software they seek to examine. This has led to code that is at once simple and sophisticated “API” for testers which is reusable, interface-agnostic, and universal to any problem.


Moshe Milman


Moshe Milman

Applitools, Israel

Moshe is the Co-Founder of Applitools – a cloud service for automated Visual Testing.
Before starting Applitools, Moshe worked as the VP of Professional Services and Sales Engineering at Wave Systems (NASDAQ:WAVX) and VP Operations at Safend. Prior to Safend, Moshe also worked for Amdocs (NASDAQ:DOX) as test automation expert and Sat-Smart Ltd. as a engineering team leader. Moshe holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from the Technion Israel’s Institute of Technology and MBA from IDC.


Oren Rubin


Oren Rubin

Testim.io, Israel

Oren is the CEO of Testim.io with over 16 years of experience in the software industry (IBM, Wix, Cadence, Applitools, and Testim.io) including the development of 3 test-related products. Although being a busy entrepreneur, Oren is a community activist and a Selenium advocate which always finds time to give back to the community: he is the co-organizing of the Seleniun-Israel meetup, the Ember.js meetup, and the Israeli Google Developer Group meetup. He teaches the Web Development course at the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology). Mentors at the Google Launchpad. Talks on his experience in many conferences worldwide.


Justin Ison


Justin Ison

6Wunderkinder, Germany

Justin is a QA Lead at 6Wunderkinder, the makers of Wunderlist. He has over fifteen years experience working in Software Quality Assurance, with the last five primarily developing server, web and mobile test automation. Justin is passionate about automation and loves finding new efficient and effective ways to increase software quality.


Thomas Sundberg


Thomas Sundberg

Think Code AB, Sweden

Thomas Sundberg is an independent consultant based in Stockholm, Sweden. He has a Masters degree in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, in Stockholm. Thomas has been working as a developer for more than 20 years. He has taught programming at The Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, one the leading technical universities in Sweden. Thomas has developed an obsession for technical excellence. This translates to Software Craftsmanship, Clean Code and Test Automation.

Thomas is a frequent speaker at different conferences and developer venues. Thomas runs a blog where he writes about programming, Software craftsmanship and whatever problem he wants to share a solution about. It can be found atthomassundberg.wordpress.com.


Artem Eroshenko


Artem Eroshenko

Yandex, Russia

He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, St. Petersburg State University. Since 2008 engaged in automation testing of search and serch help services in Yandex. Since 2011 he coordinates the development group working on testing tools.


Andrei Solntsev


Andrei Solntsev

Codeborne, Estonia

Andrei is a software developer with 15+ years of experience in enterprise software development and automated testing. Author of selenide.org – open-source library of concise UI tests. Active speaker at conferences and communities. Aggressive fan of clean code, XP, automated tests and TDD.


Andrii Soldatenko


Andrii Soldatenko

Wargaming, Ukraine

Andrii boasts expertise as a Python and Ruby developer with strong hard and soft skills. He has deep knowledge of automated-testing and really understands how to assess and improve project quality. Andrii likes to solve difficult tasks, algorithms and take part in sport programming competitions. Also he is interested in databases and *nix based operating systems. Now he is working as Python Developer under creation of social network on Toptal and also as Test Automation Lead in several in Wargaming.net.


Vitali Shulha


Vitali Shulha

EPAM, Minsk

Technical trainer, experienced in test automation and common engineering practices. Currently a head of Test Automation Lab in EPAM Systems. This is a place we build Junior Test Automation engineers from students. Organizer of Test Automation Talks in EPAM.


Alexey Zvolinskiy


Alexey Zvolinskiy

Ciklum, Ukraine

Scala, Java developer and test automation engineer. Mathematician, programmer, wrestler, last action hero…


Mykhaylo Vasylchenko


Mykhaylo Vasylchenko

Intro Pro, Ukraine

Expert in automated testing with 8+ years of experience in automation frameworks development, teams creating and leading. Developed automation frameworks based on Java/C# languages using different tools like: Test Complete, WebUI test studio (Telerk tool), VS 2010, Jmeter, Robot framework, Selenium, Lisa ITKO, Soap UI. Since 2013 managing QA automation team for DIRECTV legacy applications.


Ruslan Strazhnyk


Ruslan Strazhnyk

nCryptedCloud, Ukraine

Ruslan has worked with Selenium since 2008, has large experience in testing, especially with testing automation of web applications and complex web based products. At the moment he works on nCryptedCloud project (data security for cloud providers Dropbox, GDrive, The Box). In the past Ruslan also developed testing frameworks on Python and performed load testing with JMeter, now switched on Ruby and Cucumber.


Artem Kalantai


Artem Kalantai

X1 Group, Ukraine

Artem works in IT from 2006, have extensive experience in test automation. In particular functional testing using Selenium/WebDriver and load testing using JMeter and Tsung.


Anton Sirota


Anton Sirota

DataArt, Ukraine

Anton is a QA Automation Lead in DataArt. An active speaker on DataArt’s QA Talks and QA School. Has built a successful strategy of test automation on a project and has led a team of 4 people. Has successfully built a framework for Mobile automation and has experience both in Java and C#. A mentor, teaching interns in the company and leading them to be Junior Test Automation Engineers. Was directly involved in the creation of Trainee programs in the company. Also, Anton has created and supervised the in-house company automation course – Thucydides.

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