Amela Teftedarija Adisa Sinanovic
Role in Company: Lead QA Engineer
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Amela TeftedarijaAmela (M.Sc Electrical Engineering) is lead QA engineer in Comtrade with 10 years of professional experience in software development industry and proficiency in test automation. She is experienced in analysing requirements and specifications, developing test plans, creating test plans and test cases, automating test scripts; i.e. expertise in all phases of SW testing life-cycle: acceptance, compatibility, functional, integration, regression, performance, GUI and smoke testing. She is certified Scrum master and owner of ISTQB Foundation Level Certificate. Currently, she is working on multi-site agile project practising scrum. Also, she is an active member of Comtrade testing community (QUEST) and one of the organisers of ShareIT Sarajevo meetups.
Adisa SinanovicAdisa (M.Sc Electrical Engineering) has been a Q.A. engineer at Comtrade for 4 years focusing on test automation. Developed and maintained automated test scripts. Almost all the time she has been working in the agile environment. Proficient in software development life cycle including test strategy preparation, test plan development, test case creation, test execution and bug tracking. She is also a certified Scrum Master and owner of ISTQB Foundation Level Certificate. Enjoys learning new tools and technologies. She is an active member of Comtrade testing community (QUEST) and one of the organisers of ShareIT Sarajevo meetups.
Is tester’s role on agile project same as the one on a traditional project? What values testers add to agile teams? What are the problems most commonly encountered? Do testers need to know how to write code? Is automated testing key solution to all these problems? We’ll try to answer these questions and explore some real examples from our projects and our testing community.
Testers need to understand the values and principles that support agile projects, and how testers are an integral part of a whole-team approach together with developers and business representatives.