How to achieve full automation in Automotive testing and features of the Move builder: we will find out on February 25

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At the online meetup “LoGeek Night Automotive”, you will be able to listen to and discuss three reports:

  • Automotive Software introduction. Specificity of the area and development of Luxoft
  • Automotive Testing vs Test Automation
  • I like to move it, move it “on Move and the lambda function

Under the cut there is all the information about the reports and registration.

Program:


18: 00-18: 25 – Alexandra Vlasova, “Automotive Software introduction. Specificity of the area and Luxoft development ”.

Most of the articles on Automotive at the moment are more news in nature. Or these are articles for fans of electronics and embedded development like “and today we are poking around in such and such a chip.” Alexandra, on the other hand, will give an overview of how the Automotive field might be of interest to us as IT industry specialists.

The report will consider:

  • The changes that Automotive will bring to our lives, even if you are not a driver;
  • What makes Automotive stand out from other areas;
  • Main domains.

18:25 – 19:00 – Nikolay Chertkov, “Automotive Testing vs Test Automation”.

Features and challenges of testing in the Automotive industry and what to expect in the near future. How to achieve full automation in Automotive testing?

The report will consider:

  • What is tested at Automotive;
  • Challenges of the near future;
  • What level of test automation is achievable and what it depends on;
  • Automated Testing Framework (TAF)

19:00 – 19:35 – Pavel Tsytovich, “I like to move it, move it”

The report will consider:

  • Lvalue and rvalue concept;
  • Move constructor;
  • Universal links;
  • Collapsing links;
  • Move and lambda functions.

19:35 – 19:45 – Prize drawing

How to participate:

The meetup will take place online on February 25, 18:00 (MSK).

To participate, you need to register on the site

We will be glad to see you!

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