Global Testing Retreat #ATAGTR2019 welcomes Ameet Pradhan as our esteemed speaker

We would like to Welcome Ameet Pradhan as our esteemed speaker for Global Testing Retreat #ATAGTR2019
Ameet Pradhan have 9 years of experience in the IT industry with expertise in Business Development. Throughout his career he have worked on designing quality engineering and digital assurance solutions for large strategic clients across industry verticals, projecting value and benefits from QE transformational initiatives aligned to client asks.
Ameet is our esteemed speaker for #ATAGTR2019.
Ameet will be taking a Lightning Talk Session on “Top 10 quality engineering best practices to achieve quality-at-speed” – Track 2 on Day 1


The Digital era will see a proliferation of intelligent products, transaction channels and influencers available at the fingertips of a digital customer. This would require consumer–facing companies to deliver highest levels of customer experience, at speed and scale with higher efficiency. Quality, Customer Experience & Trust (Data privacy and Security) are therefore becoming more important than ever. For this reason, it has become paramount for enterprises to assure quality across the application lifecycle with better test processes, tools, people, governance and more importantly in maximized speed.

This paper provides a guideline to transform traditional testing approaches into best in class Quality Engineering (QE) for the Digital ICE (intelligent, continuous and early) age. This paper describes the Top 10 best practices in the areas of functional, automation, DevOps, production support and non-functional testing to deliver quality at speed. Some of the key best practices detailed in this paper include Automation First Mind-set, Change Based Testing, Leveraging the power of AI, Shift left with Service virtualization, Containerization, Continuous Everything and Metrics that Matter.

We had posted some questions to Ameet as a part of his #ATAMyStory
1. Why should someone choose testing as a career? Or What does testing really mean to you?
Testing is a challenging job as one needs to look at the product from various angles, ever evolving tech land scape, different perspectives – business, end users etc. and ultimately influence Go/No Go decision. Hence I feel if someone wishes to have a challenging and exciting career then testing / quality engineering is the way to go.
2. While practice makes all of us perfect, share an everyday practice that has made things better for you at work
Formatting a word document or a power point presentation might sound very simple, but then there was a phase early on in my career when I struggled with it. With more and more practice every day I gathered expertise at it in a years’ time.
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

The most challenging testing task that I come across is providing testing solutions for technologies, products which I am not familiar with. I have always managed to find a way through by researching on it and talking to SMEs and getting the needed inputs to devise a solution.

About Global Testing Retreat, #ATAGTR2019

#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.
To know more about the conference, click here or on the image below

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