It's December and was there something else? Right: not Santa is in front of the house but the chapter of coding leipzig. This time we are guests at Saxonia Systems and we prepare a bunch of talks.
As always, we'll prepare something. But this should not stop you from submitting your own ideas and talks. So if you have a topic you want to talk about, let us know. And best of all: you've got the chance to introduce yourself to the people and present your topic.
This time our agenda is:
6:30 doors open at Saxonia Systems
7:00 intro: coding leipzig & Saxonia Systems
7:10 Kay Grebenstein: QA Battle Plan What? We had to test that, too?
How to handle the aspects of QA in a playful and comprehensive way? In this talk the so-called QA battle plan is presented. With the QA battle plan, the development teams have a visual tool which they can use to assess the planning aspects of quality assurance at an early stage. The QA battle plan can also be used as a reference of the current process and as an approach for potential improvement within the project life cycle.
7:45 Lars Eichler: "Jest - Vue.js - Unit-test vue-components with passion"
To automate tests for your application is always the first step to assure quality over time and prevent bugs while extending or changing your code. This applies for Backend AND Frontend! Yes! Really! With Vue.js as frontend-framework and Jest as testing-framework you get a powerful combination. What you still might need is a useful approach on how to structure your tests and what to actually test!
8:30 Manuel Rülke : "Your artificial intelligence is artificial, but not intelligent" Artificial intelligence surrounds us. It's used in personal digital assistants, gives computer enemies in games a touch of cleverness and replace 1st level support in many places. The technology behind it offers room for myths and legends. Together we will look at the technology behind "Artificial Intelligence" and highlight one or the other weakness with anecdotes. If you've always wondered why chatbots don't provide meaningful answers and computer opponents run stoically against walls, you'll find some answers here.
Afterwards there will be lots of room and time for networking and personal exchange.
All contributions follow our golden "*1 line of code*" rule, so demos and live code will be abound. You don't have to register to get into our stream but if you do, we send you updates (and nothing else) like the final YouTube URL of the stream before the event.
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