JSMONTHLY JUNE MEETUP

JS Monthly London

Jun

18

Tuesday, June 18th

from 6:00PM to 8:00PM UTC

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 Ready to join 30 other attendees?

This June we are hosting an event on the 18th of June.

We got two speakers Carly Richmond & Krishna Chandrappagari

Schedule

19:00 Doors Open

19:30 Introduction

19:45 Shift-left: From Finding Defects to Preventing Defects // Krishna Chandrappagari

20:10 Synthetic Monitoring and e2e Testing: 2 Sides of the Same Coin // Carly Richmond

20: 40 Networking & Drinks

Answer the 5 mins survey and win one of 10 £50 Amazon gift cards.

Tool evaluation, professional challenges, key drivers at work, and more.

Confidentiality: Your responses will be kept confidential

Brought to you by the team that runs CityJS

Next CityJS on 25 April 2025 - Grab now your Blind early bird tickets

The event is sponsored by WorldPay

Presentations

Carly Richmond

Synthetic Monitoring and e2e Testing: 2 Sides of the Same Coin

Despite the emergency of DevOps, software engineers and SREs still use different tools to achieve similar means. Case in point: Synthetic Monitoring versus E2E Testing. We can combine forces and use the same tool for both production monitoring and testing within CI.

In this talk, I will discuss how Synthetic Monitoring and E2E Testing are two sides of the same coin. Furthermore, I shall show how production monitoring and development testing can be achieved using Playwright JS, GitHub Actions and Elastic Synthetics.

Krishna Chandrappagari

Shift-left: From Finding Defects to Preventing Defects

In today's fast-paced software development landscape, the traditional approach of quality assurance (QA) being a last-minute checkpoint is no longer sufficient. Instead, embracing the Shift-left paradigm has become imperative. This talk delves into the concept of Shift-left QA, where QA activities are moved earlier in the software development lifecycle, from the very inception of a project. We will explore how this shift transforms QA from a reactive process focused on bug detection to a proactive approach aimed at preventing defects altogether. Drawing from real-world examples and best practices, we will discuss the benefits, challenges, and strategies for implementing Shift-left QA effectively. Attendees will gain insights into how to foster a culture of quality throughout their organisations, deliver higher-quality software products, and achieve faster time-to-market.

JSMONTHLY JUNE MEETUP

JS Monthly London

Jun

18

Tuesday, June 18th

from 6:00PM to 8:00PM UTC

In-Person

Address available to attendees

This June we are hosting an event on the 18th of June.

We got two speakers Carly Richmond & Krishna Chandrappagari

Schedule

19:00 Doors Open

19:30 Introduction

19:45 Shift-left: From Finding Defects to Preventing Defects // Krishna Chandrappagari

20:10 Synthetic Monitoring and e2e Testing: 2 Sides of the Same Coin // Carly Richmond

20: 40 Networking & Drinks

Answer the 5 mins survey and win one of 10 £50 Amazon gift cards.

Tool evaluation, professional challenges, key drivers at work, and more.

Confidentiality: Your responses will be kept confidential

Brought to you by the team that runs CityJS

Next CityJS on 25 April 2025 - Grab now your Blind early bird tickets

The event is sponsored by WorldPay

Presentations

Carly Richmond

Synthetic Monitoring and e2e Testing: 2 Sides of the Same Coin

Despite the emergency of DevOps, software engineers and SREs still use different tools to achieve similar means. Case in point: Synthetic Monitoring versus E2E Testing. We can combine forces and use the same tool for both production monitoring and testing within CI.

In this talk, I will discuss how Synthetic Monitoring and E2E Testing are two sides of the same coin. Furthermore, I shall show how production monitoring and development testing can be achieved using Playwright JS, GitHub Actions and Elastic Synthetics.

Krishna Chandrappagari

Shift-left: From Finding Defects to Preventing Defects

In today's fast-paced software development landscape, the traditional approach of quality assurance (QA) being a last-minute checkpoint is no longer sufficient. Instead, embracing the Shift-left paradigm has become imperative. This talk delves into the concept of Shift-left QA, where QA activities are moved earlier in the software development lifecycle, from the very inception of a project. We will explore how this shift transforms QA from a reactive process focused on bug detection to a proactive approach aimed at preventing defects altogether. Drawing from real-world examples and best practices, we will discuss the benefits, challenges, and strategies for implementing Shift-left QA effectively. Attendees will gain insights into how to foster a culture of quality throughout their organisations, deliver higher-quality software products, and achieve faster time-to-market.

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