Brijesh Deb is a Principal Consultant with Infosys in the Netherlands and has over 2 decades of experience of leading, managing and coaching teams on Software Testing and embracing the Agile mindset. Being a hands-on software tester has also helped him stay close to technology and understand the intricacies. He has been involved in testing of applications from lightweight mobile apps to the large scale industrial IoT solutions. He works with some of the top most high tech companies providing everyday solutions in the Automotive, Avionics, Semiconductor, Space, Agriculture and Energy sectors to name a few.
He is also the founding enabler of a global testing community called The Test Chat which is focused on bringing the testers’ voice to the fore. There are more than 14 thousand testers as a part of the community.
Brijesh is an Agile Transformation Agent with the objective of helping organizations in achieving customer excellence with a focus on delivering maximum value to customers, stakeholders and teams. Emphasis on cultural change driven by collaboration at all levels to adapt the agile mindset and change.
He has been mentoring several individuals across forums and is a keen observer, learner and takes pride in sharing his knowledge.
He lives in the Netherlands with his wife and 4 years old son. In his free time, he loves singing nursery rhymes with his son. He’s a wordsmith and loves to write on social media, especially LinkedIn. He has a passion for anthropology and loves to study human behaviour.
Paradigm shift for testers with Low code/ No Code tools
The IT world is seeing a transformation. With lesser dependency on descriptive programming and the use of tools with easy user interfaces where they could just put in their requests, drag and drop objects and build custom components. This is the world of Low code/Node tools. Testing also does not remain untouched from this phenomenon with over 50 tools already available in the make to help build test automation.
Through this talk we will know more about the low code/no code tools landscape for testing, understand how they work, understand what problems they solve and what are some of the challenges and solutions for adopting these tools and how the industry is shifting its mindset for adopting these tools.