Бондаренко Игорь Игоревич
Group Manager - Playtika
Minsk, Belarus

Works in IT over 12 years. Growed from Junior QA to The Product Manager.
Specialized on Security and non functional testing.

Talks (7)
  • 15.08.2017
    Without testing or QA resources from the bench

    Time to time, managers are faced with the tasks of developing internal projects, most cases it is the same large project as the external or outsourcing project, but it is realized completely by the dev and QA resources who are currently on the bench, or not involved in the external project. The main feature of such a project in the absence of personal responsibility for the results. With such approach to development, the internal quality of the project, as well as the functional testing of the product, always suffer. In my topic, I will talk about how to organize the development and testing process on such a project on the example of successfully implemented internal projects in our company.

    • Hard
    • 40 min
    • SQA Days / 22
  • 12.01.2017
    Business oriented testing in eCommerce

    Currently, the dynamics of sales through the Internet is growing, and the number of sites for online trading is also growing, which raises the demand for testing eCommerce platforms.

    The peculiarity of eCommerce projects is that the development is always conducted with an eye on the business and in my speech I will talk about the main features of testing eCommerce projects from the business point of view. I will talk about:

     - What the customer expects from testing

     - Why test cases are of little use on such projects and how to work without them

     - How to organize load and perfomance testing and what customer really expect from it

     - How to test payments

     - The importance of conducting A \ B and multivariate testing

     - Intagration testing

    • Hard
    • 40 min
    • SQA Days / 21
  • 15.09.2015
    Advices from old QA to all PM


    • Average
    • 20 min
    • SPM Conf / 5
  • 22.07.2015
    Most common problems of QA courses, or why the courses prepare bad specialists.

    In this report, I want to talk about the problems, I've encountered trying to find junior specialist, completed a variety of courses on testing. It's about the typical tasks that teach future testers look at why these problems do not bring added value and is often simply harmful.

    We will discuss following questions:

     - As in the pursuit of big money courses crushed into several parts, giving the material a really useful only in the latter part of training

    - Senseless and haphazard test applications

    - For what purpose students are given assignments in the style of "Find at least 40 bugs"

    - How does the process of training trainers detachment from work on real projects

    In the second part of his report, I want to give a several advices for all junior professionals: what to read, whether it is necessary to go on courses, and how to choose courses correctly.

    • Hard
    • 20 min
    • SQA Days / 18
  • 21.01.2015
    Mobile applications security. First steps.

    In this speach I'll show the basics rules of mobile applications security testing

    First of all, I will show most common vulnerabilities included in the list of OWASP Top 10 Mobile. Then we will focus on the typical vulnerabilities of applications, and how to prevent their occurrence in the early stages of development.

    At the final I will show a checklist , which will help the tester to check the safety of mobile applications.

    • Average
    • 20 min
    • SQA Days / 17
  • 16.07.2014
    Blind SQL injections or "Are your tests good enough"

    At present more and more projects are reviewed for safety criteria, but how good are your tests?

    In this report I will discuss the detection of the blind SQL injection. In particular, will be considered the following issues:

    • Types of vulnerabilities
    • Universal detection techniques
    • Software methods for detecting these vulnerabilities

    • Hard
    • 20 min
    • SQA Days / 16
  • 10.01.2014
    Crystal Agile: how to adopt the development process to ensure maximum quality

    In this talk I want to explin how we adapted the development process to the needs of testers. As a basis we took Crystal Agile and packed set of practices we need, cutting off all unnecessary. Report will focus on the following issues: - What practices are most valuable in terms of tester - How to painlessly add the XP practices in Scrum - How to put together a set of practices in the working approach - How not to cut off the excess

    • Hard
    • 40 min
    • SQA Days / 15
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