We would like to Welcome Ravi Teja as our esteemed skit team member for Global Testing Retreat #ATAGTR2019
Ravi Teja M have 4+ years of IT experience with Cognizant, working as Quality Engineer in Healthcare with competences in Agile Methodology, HC EDI & SEDI, Web, Desktop and Legacy Applications.
He worked as lead in implementing UI/UX Application projects. He Has exposure in Automation Testing using diverse tools & Performance Testing using Load Runner.
He hold a Master’s degree in Electronics Engineering from VIT University.
Ravi is our esteemed skit team member for #ATAGTR2019
Ravi will be presenting a Skit on “Security Testing Needs in Healthcare IoT” on Day 1
We had posted some questions to Ravi as a part of his #ATAMyStory
1. Why should someone choose testing as a career? Or what does testing really mean to you?
Quality Testing delivers Quality products. Current generation mostly indulged in designing different software products and using them. Testing those designed products is mandatory before using them. I am into a field where delivering a quality product can make Stakeholders & End Users happy.
2. While practice makes all of us perfect, share an everyday practice that has made things better for you at work
Initially, I was a bit disorganized in the office day work, activities & learning new things about the field. After some experience, I started practicing everyday an organized and planned manner of work, learning & applying them based on priorities on a daily basis, which made things better.
3. The most challenging bug or issue that I have found and learnings from it ? Or The most challenging testing task that I have done and how I accomplished the same
In one of my projects in UI/UX, I have noticed some crashes on the web application very frequently during user actions in testing environment. It was happening for quite some time. However, Dev environment is not able to see this. I wanted to find the exact situation the issue occurs, It is a very big application, so i broke one big module into small chunks and tested each small module and within a short time, found the issue is due to unwanted spaces incorporated when migrating.
When I was in P2E testing in Desktop application, I am not sure of the functionality & there was no SME on that. I went through all the documents available, understanding every logic and proceeded with the testing, finally delivered a quality product with zero leakage. Later, we were asked to give a demo on how the logic works to Client and Clients appreciated. Going to the basics, when we do not understand the things is the big learning from this.
#ATAGTR2019 is one of the largest, most fun filled and learning filled global testing conference. #ATAGTR2019 is back again in its 4th edition with more fun and more learnings than in the past. The conference is scheduled on 14th and 15th December in Pune.
- 2 Days
- 2 Panel Discussions
- 4 Keynotes
- 5 Skits and Games
- 38 Interactive Sessions
- 18+ Labs
Loads of fun, competitions and much much more.
Day 1 has 5 tracks and Day 2 has 6 tracks.
Focusing on interactive sessions, labs/workshops, skit performances and fun activities and quizzes and much much more.
The conference scale as is evident has increased substantially. We hope that everyone can be part of this most fun filled and one of the largest global testing conference.
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