Aspaturyan Shushan
Senior QA Engineer - Xayn
Berlin, Germany

QA enthusiast with more than 8 years of experience in Web & Mobile testing and 2 plus years in lecturing QA fundamentals to the technical and non-technical students. 

Attended conferences (2)
Talks (2)
  • 12.07.2021
    QA processes from the scratch

    Imagine you are the only QA in the whole organization, and you have jumped from a company full of QA processes and specialists, and now there are none in your current company. No other QA specialists and no processes; there is only yourself as a QA. 

    Company stakeholders are full of hope that you will establish good quality processes; developers are more than happy because you will take the testing work, which was an additional responsibility for them and took the time that could be spent on developing. Designers finally have someone who will double-check UI/UX beforehand. Everything is cool, everyone is super excited, as you are! 

    But wait, how to set up both processes and manage daily testing work? How to manage multitasking when you can not delegate any of your work to anyone? How to handle QA engineer and QA manager responsibilities without going crazy and without overtime working?

    Keep calm and don’t worry, cause we are going to figure it out together ;) 

    • Average
    • 40 min
    • SQA Days / 29
  • 23.01.2021
    First 100 days of successful leadership

    It is always difficult to be a great manager and to develop great relationships within the team. It is even more complicated when the team already exists, and you have to jump in as a new member.

    As a new manager for a team, you have to get to know your team, build your networking, build trust and confidence with your new team members, motivate them and set business-oriented team goals.
    You have to show winning results in a short period of time, and without your team's success, it is impossible. And it's tough to figure all this out without burning yourself out, especially when it's your first managerial role.

    I will cover all mentioned topics by sharing my experience, failures and success while leading a group of QA engineers within a 500+ IT company.

    • Average
    • 20 min
    • SQA Days / 28
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