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Natalia Petrovskaia

QA Engineering Manager, Customertimes Corp

Natalia Petrovskaia is a QA manager with a passion for working with people and processes, believing they are the key to quality. With over 9 years of experience in software testing across various industries, including Life Science, Health Care, Bioinformatics, Finance, and Retail, she faced a number of complex systems and requirements, part of the examples during the workshop will be taken from her own experience. Now as an Engineering Manager Natalia focuses on ensuring the happiness and professional growth of her team of QA engineers, comprising manual, automation, and performance testers. Natalia actively engages in quality process audits for various projects, offering improvements based on best practices and assisting teams in developing roadmaps for enhanced working practices.

Outside of work, Natalia speaks at conferences and meetups, mentors QA leads and actively participates in Women in Tech programs. She contributes to female QA communities, enjoys singing in a choir, and expresses her creativity through oil painting.

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Level : Practitioner

Content : Manual Testing

Mastering Test Design in Uncharted Waters: Practical Solutions for Test Engineers

Test engineers often encounter imperfect requirements or their absence, which poses challenges in their testing and makes it difficult to formulate appropriate test cases. In this interactive tutorial, we will delve into the realm of complex requirements and explore how to deal with them using an object-oriented approach. Through these exercises, participants will sharpen their skills in the creation tests lacking “ideal” requirements. Also, we will check why modern AI tools are not replacing humans for really complex work. Additionally, we will discuss how this approach (and its artifacts) can help with test planning and estimation, as well as reporting. We will discover how mind mapping can streamline requirements analysis and test design process, enabling participants to overcome challenges posed by complex requirements and enhance overall test effectiveness. The primary objectives of this tutorial are to equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of dealing with complex requirements by using visual tools like object-oriented mind maps and how they can improve their requirements analysis and test design practice. By the end of the workshop, participants will gain practical experience in creating tests in situations of the absence of good requirements, or lack of context and understanding of the system.

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