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12 June, 2019 8am-6pm Le Méridien Piccadilly
21 Piccadilly
Mayfair
London
W1J 0BH

The event that maps the new software technology landscape of Open Banking and E-commerce and the new benchmarks for mobile app quality assurance.

About the event

QA Media, the company behind the globally successful QA Financial Forums and E-commerce Forums, announces the launch of an exciting new conference designed for specialists in mobile app development and quality assurance. The AI and Automation for mobile banking and E-commerce will feature expert speakers from financial and e-commerce firms at the forefront of new technology: heads of architecture, development, QA as well as mobile business line managers.

The forum will cover:

Automation technologies for development and quality assurance, including AI for visualisation - The DevOps context for mobile development

Security, DevSecOps and risk assessment for the era of open banking and the API marketplace

Developing and testing for mobile in the Cloud, testing for 100s of devices

Performance and load testing, crowd testing and network testing

Beyond mobile: wearable devices, gamification, biometrics and what customers will demand in 2020

Vendor management and quality benchmarking - The regulatory view: How compliance is embedded in Mobile app development

 

 

Contacts

To find out more about sponsorship/delegate opportunities please contact
Lawrence  Bell — [email protected]

To find out more about speaking opportunities please contact
Jasmin Cuppone — [email protected]

To find out more about attending as a delegate please contact
Kirstine Kennedy — [email protected]

Speakers

Terry Cordeiro Lloyds Bank

Head of Product Management - Applied Science and Intelligent Products

Bio coming soon.

Dushyant Kumar Srivastava HSBC

Global Head of Mobile Delivery

Dushyant is the Global head of mobile delivery for HSBC. He has delivered several award-winning technical products for banks globally, and has a wide-ranging experience in resolving the challenges such deliveries. Counter-intuitively, these challenges are inversely proportional to the size of the organisation. Within the context of large banks, he believes that the key to successful 5* delivery is bridging the gap between the sponsor and end-customer. This is what he will talk about in today’s  presentation, within the context of mobile banking in UK

Mahmoud El-Azzeh DAZN

Head of Product - Payments

Bio coming soon.

Tony Craddock Emerging Payments Association

Director General

Bio coming soon.

Marco Tedone HSBC

Global Head of API, Integration and Micro-services Practice

I lead the API, Integration and Microservices (AIM) Practice for the bank. My team is in charge of defining and maintaining standards, best practices and accelerators for AIM. We also act as an internal consultancy helping other teams with AIM adoption, architecture reviews and pair programming. I'm also a Lean Enterprise transformation specialist who helps organisations deliver business value faster by looking at software delivery as business value delivery and as a system flow, where BDD, Agile, DevOps, Testing Automation, Portfolio and Budget Manager, Regulatory and Compliance, Security and NFRs are all parts of a single journey. My favourite execution tool for Lean Enterprise transformations is the Improvement/Coaching Kata, by Mike Rother.

Sam Everington Starling Bank

Lead Engineer, Open Banking & Payment Services

Sam joined Starling Bank in 2016 to lead a group of engineers building a new core banking system which runs entirely in the cloud. After 10 years replacing legacy systems in large financial institutions, he is now the Head of Engineering for the delivery of the Starling mobile applications, public APIs, Open Banking and Banking as a Service.

Joe Shearn Sainsbury's

Principal Software Developer

As a Principal Software Developer, I provide technical leadership for the 6 development teams that make up Retail and Logistics within Sainsbury’s. As part of this role I guide technical decisions, solve problems and coach developers. If a project is experiencing technical difficulties or is going to miss a deadline then I consult with the team, assist its members and provide guidance. I also decide which technologies we will adopt or avoid as part of our Tech Radar, this helps to form our overall technical roadmap. Internally I chair the Software Engineering Community of Practice and externally I host our Crafty Coders meetup. The Community of Practice is a platform where developers can ask questions about problems that they have faced and share new ideas or approaches. When applicable I help them refine these ideas and they become part of our official patterns and practices.

Jeremy Burns News UK - The Times & The Sunday Times

Head of Engineering

Bio coming soon.

Mujahid Ali DAZN

Head of Product, Mobile

Bio coming soon.

Dileep Marway The Economist Group

Head of QA

Bio coming soon.

Sriram Angajala Discover

Lead Software Development Engineer in Test

With strong technical skills and with quality embedded in his mindset, Sriram Angajala has led various testing teams and helped to drive organisations towards modern quality-centric development approaches like BDD and TDD. He is also a frequent advocate of SDET’s at industry meetups, such as LONDON SDET Meetup. Sriram is passionate about demonstrating how an SDET in a project team will make a huge difference. With his modern thinking towards technology and his traditional QA mind-set, he has demonstrated that he can be a leader in various different organisations.

Shane Kelly Sky Betting and Gaming

Head of Technology

Bio coming soon.

Milan Kuveljic N26

Head of Quality Engineering
Milan is the Head of Quality Engineering at N26, the first European mobile bank.
He started as a Software Test Consultant where he was helping development teams in large organizations in banking and insurance domain to establish automation in testing culture. Later on, he has moved to Berlin to work on quality and reliability improvements in challenging Ad tech space. In the last decade he has gained practical experience in software testing and quality engineering, in particular, agile testing, automation in testing and tooling, which he is sharing with development teams to improve the quality and process of building software. He strongly believes people are the most important aspect in software development, thus in terms of agile, he has worked with many developers, testers and product managers and helped them to grow both technically and personally. He enjoys speaking publicly at the conferences and meetups where he shares his knowledge and experience.

Graham Lee Thomas Cook

Group Head of Automation and AI

Bio coming soon.

Fausto Dassenno eBay

Head of Product and Tech B2C and Verticals

Fausto has more than 15 years' experience in product and tech with a primary focus on the Classifieds and E-commerce world. He has had various roles at eBay and other high-profile tech companies, starting as a developer and moving on to Head of Product and Product Director roles. He is a “creator” at heart and loves to build things. He is now leading the product and tech team for verticals and B2C at gumtree.com. He is also a Blockchain advocate and part of the eBay Blockchain Inventors Group.

Valentyn Piddubnyi Amazon

Quality Assurance Engineer Team Lead

Bio coming soon.

Agenda

8:45am

Welcome Address

Matthew Crabbe, CEO and Founder – QA Media

9:00am

Creating the Bank of the Future: Combining Smart People with Smart Messaging

Speaker: Terry Cordeiro, Head of Product Management, Applied Science and Intelligent Products - Lloyds Bank

9:30am

How to Develop a 5-Star Banking App – the HSBC Case Study

Speaker: Dushyant Kumar Srivastava, Global Head of Mobile Delivery - HSBC

 

10:00am

Presentation Reserved for Gold Sponsor

10:30am

Coffee & Networking

11:00am

PSD2, Open Banking and Payments: Examining the Impact on Mobile Apps

Our panel of speakers from payments platforms, banks and E-commerce firms will discuss the evolution of the new open banking landscape, and consider the impact of the PSD2 regulation on existing payment infrastructures. The discussion will also examine key technologies for testing APIs, with particular emphasis on containerisation and virtualisation, whilst also exploring the potential AI could bring to current automated practices.

Panel Discussion:

Mahmoud El-Azzeh, Head of Product, Payments - DAZN

Sam Everington, Lead Engineer, Open Banking & Payment Services - Starling Bank

Marco Tedone, Global Head of API, Integration and Micro-services Practice - HSBC

Tony Craddock, Director General - Emerging Payments Association
11:30am

Presentation Reserved for Gold Sponsor

12:00pm

Automated Mobile testing with Azure DevOps, Selenium and Appium at Sainsbury’s

Speaker: Joe Shearn, Principal Software Developer - Sainsbury's

Sainsbury’s has undertaken a journey, progressing from using a handful of industrial Android devices to supporting hundreds of different platforms. It is impossible to manually test every application on this plethora of devices. In this session Joe Shearn will show you what selenium tests are, and how he utilises them with Azure Pipelines to ensure that every aspect of Sainsbury's applications is tested across several devices thousands of times a day.

12:30pm

How Data Informs Software Quality at News UK

Speaker: Jeremy Burns, Head of Engineering - News UK, The Times & The Sunday Times

13:00pm

Lunch & Networking

14:00pm

The Right Foundations for a Quality Process Architecture

Speaker: Justyn Trenner, Director - QA Media

Financial institutions face the challenge of embedding quality in the SDLC even as they transition from waterfall to agile. This presentation, based on QA Vector original research among industry practitioners, will explore how to lay the right foundations in terms of people, processes , infrastructure and data to facilitate measurable success.

14:20pm

Presentation Reserved for Gold Sponsor

14:50pm

Assessing Different Methods of Testing Mobile Apps

During this panel discussion, leading firms will examine different methods of testing mobile apps to ensure peak quality and performance. We will explore the potential and limitations of app testing strategies such as crowd testing, cross browser testing, cloud-based testing and automated testing, ensuring that firms understand how different methodologies can be applied to their app testing frameworks, allowing firms to establish effective app software QA.

Panel Discussion:

Shane Kelly, Head of Technology - Sky Betting and Gaming

Dileep Marway, Head of QA - The Economist Group

Mujahid Ali, Head of Product, Mobile - DAZN

Sriram Angajala, Lead Software Development Engineer in Test - Discover

15:20pm

Coffee & Networking

15:50pm

Automation in Mobile Testing at N26

Speaker: Milan Kuveljic, Head of Quality Engineering - N26

Developing mobile applications requires robust testing process which will prevent defects and deliver the best value and quality to the users, and Automation in testing is crucial in solving particular challenges in testing. In his talk, Milan will focus on: how to design automation framework for mobile app testing,  key attributes to consider when defining automation principles, what tools can be used and the challenges of automation for mobile testing. Participants will walk away with ideas and best practices on how to improve quality of mobile applications and reduce time to market by implementing automation in testing.

16:20pm

Key Technologies in Mobile Automation for Continuous Delivery and Continuous Integration

Most financial and e-commerce firms have targets for increasing rates of test automation for mobile, but many are only at the start of that transformation, and even among the leaders there is no agreed best practice or the tool set. Our panel will discuss the relationship between automation, DevOps and Agile, and examine how the latest technologies such as AI, machine learning and RPA can be leveraged to achieve continuous app delivery to meet the demands of complex markets and connectivity challenges.

Panel Discussion:

Graham Lee, Group Head of Automation and AI - Thomas Cook

Fausto Dassenno, Head of Product and Tech B2C and Verticals - eBay

16:50pm

Automation framework based on image processing

Speaker: Valentyn Piddubnyi, QA Engineer Team Lead - Amazon

17:20pm

Cocktail Reception

Bronze sponsors

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