For two years a professional bug tracker, currently working for Objectivity. Kamila is hyperactive, multitasking and creative – which curiously goes with testing tasks. Despite a critical approach to software itself, she is optimistic in many other domains. Privately, she likes far travels, Polish mountains, shooting and archery.
He started working for Future Processing as a student. For nearly three years he has been involved in mobile technologies. Focused on automation, he tries to deliver its value to the client. He likes to simplify his life with scripts. Besides his work, he is interested in the biographies of physicists and fantasy books based on Slavonic reality. Moreover, he likes squash and obstacle course racing.
Jedrzej Osinski has a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence and strong research background in computer science. He gained experience working within Polish Platform for Homeland Security (government grant). After eight years of academic teaching, he currently lectures about software testing and products, AI applications and IT business start-up at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He combines his academic career with being a Quality Assurance Engineer and Line Manager in Cognifide, an experience management consultancy. Jędrzej is an author of thirteen scientific papers. During his professional and scientific career he was involved in a number of different conferences as a speaker, papers reviewer and organizer. He had an opportunity to work in IT industry both as a developer and a QA engineer. He is an ISTQB Advaced Level Test Manager.
An archeologist who abandoned research on Neolithic revolution for the Internet-of-Things revolution. For two years in Fibar Group’s development team, responsible for web services. Fascinated in agile methodology since the very moment she heard about it. In her spare time she brews and organises Poznań edition of Scrum City Game. Currently a beginner and a slightly scared speaker.