Skelia QA Tech Talk: Best Practices of API Testing
UPD: REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Want to discover and discuss the ins and outs of API testing?
Come talk to our QA experts as they will share their experience with API automation.
On September 24, Skelia will organize a free QA Tech Talk featuring two of our seasoned QA managers, Roman Liubun’ and Oksana Grynevych. The event will be held at Coworking Place Territory in Lviv, 114 Knyahyni Olʹhy Str.
Roman Liubun’, Lead Automation Engineer at Skelia, is an expert with 15 years’ experience in automation testing. Currently, he is working on implementation of an automation solution for one of R&D projects for a Belgian private communication company.
Every time we start a new automation project, we investigate and try to choose the most optimal solution that usually includes: a framework, scripts, test cases, reports and a traceability matrix. In his talk on ‘API automation in BDD style with KarateDSL’, Roman will share his findings during his API automation investigation journey.
Oksana Grynevych, QA Lead at Skelia, has a proven track record in Quality Assurance since 2006. She’s been working for Skelia for over 6 years and has grown with our company from QA Engineer to QA Lead. Oksana is managing 7 different teams of a well-known European company and has been involved in more than 10 successful projects.
During her presentation on “Testing and Validating API Responses with JSON Schema”, Oksana will be sharing her insights on what makes API so important and how manual QAs can test it. We will also dive into JSON Web Token, JSON data types and JSON error handling. It’s all about the JSON!
18:30 - 19:00 - Registration
19:00 - 19:45 - Roman Liubun’ - API automation in BDD style with KarateDSL
19:45 - 20:15 - Coffee break
20:15 - 21:00 - Oksana Grynevych - Testing and validating API responses with JSON Schema
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/7GgdcuIEqdrz2kIc2
So, whether you are a testing devotee eager to challenge yourself and network with skilled engineers, or just a humble tester who already has some automation experience and is interested in getting more practical knowledge, don't miss a chance to save a few years of figuring it all out by yourself!