London Automation Testing Meetup 1

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London Automation Testing Meetup 1

23 November 2018

London

Added 29-Nov-2018

*** Audience - This event is strictly restricted to Testers / SDETs / Devs/ PM. No Recruiter friends please

Schedule

* 5.30 PM Arrival - Drinks and Pizzas and Networking

* 6.30 PM - Talk 1 and Demo - Performance Testing With Gatling and Scala by Ashish Srivastava

*7.15 PM - Talk 2 - Testing in GFK and usage of Postman and Newman by Joseph Hughes

Please find the details of the talks and speaker profile

* Talk 1

Performance Testing With Gatling and Scala

In last few years performance testing has gone more focussed on load handling capability of the application. The result of load testing governs the kind of infrastructure needed to support the business. In recent times, scala has gained a lot of traction because of it’s concise syntax and its ability to use existing Java libraries, providing the best of both worlds to application development teams. As this talk is about is about performance testing, I will be demonstrating the performance testing tool called Gatling, which in recent times has gained some land because of its amazing reporting structure. You will see how simple it is to create a performance test suite using Gatling and Scala which would be easy to maintain as well as provide easy to understand load test reports.

Speaker – Ashish Srivastava
Ashish Shrivastava has 15 years of experience in testing web applications. He has been part of varied team sizes and done all kinds of testing. His experience includes working for companies like ThoughtWorks and EqualExpert.

Ashish has written many automation frameworks from scratch using open source technologies.

* Talk 2

Testing in GFK and use of Postman and Newman

Joseph Hughes - will talk in details about the Test culture in GFK and usage of Postman and Newman tools in their day to day usage

Speaker - Joseph Hughes - – Principal test engineer at GFK

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