Tribal Qonf: Expert Panel on “Testing after 2020” with- Aprajita Mathur, Ashok Thiruvengadam, Rahul Verma and Pradeep Soundararajan. Moderated by Lalit Bhamare

  “Epidemic has hit us all. Does it mean anything for the present way we are testing? What will change the post epidemic for the testing world if it does? Join us in discussing with leading experts in the field. Your beloved host Lalit (from…

 

“Epidemic has hit us all. Does it mean anything for the present way we are testing? What will change the post epidemic for the testing world if it does? Join us in discussing with leading experts in the field. Your beloved host Lalit (from Tea-time with Testers) will get the ball rolling for you.”

Panellists:

Aprajita Mathur:

Aprajita Mathur is a mom, inventor, mentor, and international speaker with an engineering background in Bioinformatics. She has more than 10+ years of software testing experience. She has worked on a wide range of products like instrument software, LIMS, integrated solutions, and data analysis pipelines which are used in the fields of agriculture, transplant genomics, forensics, and oncology. Currently, she leads the Bioinformatics Software Test team at Guardant Health, which builds the world’s leading comprehensive liquid biopsy. She also leads the chapter for “Women Who Test” in the bay area and hopes to grow this community. In her spare time, she loves to catch up on sleep and write new songs for her son.

Ashok Thiruvengadam:

Ashok is the Founder & CEO of STAG Software, a pure play test boutique. He is an alumnus of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago & College of Engineering, Guindy. Passionate about quality, he is the architect of HBT (Hypothesis Based Testing), a personal scientific test methodology implemented immersively as “Immersive Session testing” (IST).
He is an avid ultra cyclist& marathoner and wordsmith who loves writing poetry. A strong believer in opposites, he strives to marry the western system of scientific thinking with the eastern system of belief and mindfulness.

Rahul Verma:

Rahul Verma is an Indian testing entrepreneur and an awarded thought leader for his contributions to the testing community. He is Head of Test Automation at trendig GmbH and Founder of Test Mile and Community Proxy for STeP-IN Forum. He is the creator of Arjuna – a free, open-source, Python-based modern test automation framework. He has contributed to the creation and review of various certifications. His software testing experience includes building test automation frameworks in Python and Java, web security, white box testing, and web performance testing. His research work focuses on Object-oriented design patterns applied to test automation and extending them into general-purpose models. He has presented, published articles, and educated thousands of testers in the said areas. His testing ideas and work are deeply influenced by his exposure and interest in poetry and spirituality.

Pradeep Soundararajan: 

Pradeep Soundararajan is the Chief Servant to Employees and Customers of Moolya Testing, a company he founded. He has been a Tester, Independent Consultant, Test Tool Developer (using Perl), Test Coach, Test Management Consultant, and Product Owner of Testing Tools such as Bugasura.io and whilst wearing a hat as a businessman. Pradeep is the author of the book Buddha in Testing. Too much about him. He is who he is because of the people. He is living a life that can be represented in one word – Ubuntu. Many good people make him.

Moderator:

Lalit Bhamare

Lalit is working with XING SE, Germany as Senior Test Engineer. He is the Chief Editor and Co-founder of “Tea-time with Testers” magazine. He is a testing coach and consultant with a specialization in Rapid Software Testing methodology and BBST foundations by AST, USA.

Lalit is also the co-creator of the “State of Testing Survey” project, which is the largest testing survey in the world. He likes helping organizations for on-boarding them with Context Driven Testing and provides on-demand consultation around implementing the same at work.

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