Trisha will be presenting the following session
Trisha Chetani - Conducting SEO testing - The live SmellTrisha Chetani#devops #sre #softwaretester #leadership #agile #SDET #microservice #womenintech #WomenInSTEM #opensTrisha Chetani
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Search engine optimization is the art of optimizing a website to increase its visibility in any search engine when customers look for products or services. Disorganized, irrelevant content, a slow-loading webpage, and navigational challenges may affect the SEO of the website.
Which website today does not see an increase in traffic or rankings? Search engine optimization increases search engine optimization's ability to gain users' credibility and confidence. In this session, I'll discuss my experience with SEO testing and how I could go from being completely untrained to becoming knowledgeable about it including a live demo.
1. What got you started/interested in modern software development methods?
Software Development is a booming industry and offers a career path with endless progression seeing people around doing so many things I developed an interest. I started working to gain more and more knowledge.
2. What do you think is the biggest challenge faced by the software product engineering community today?
I would say the evolution of too many tools/technologies. There is a lot of good research required to understand what best fitted in the context but most companies are going delivering too fast that they do not invest time in the same.
3. What do you think are the most exciting developments in software product engineering today?
People and companies are open to failure(which is what they value and share it across as an experiment) so that they can achieve success Therefore, various improvements are achieved to the product, and process, business. We are not developing the software as we were doing 5 years back down the line.
4. Why did you choose the topic(s) you will be speaking about at the conference?
I have worked on this aspect of software development at the very start of my career! It helped me to learn ways of working, looking at different aspect of technology.
In turn, I achieved the knowledge and applied it to my own personal project. Since I have applied to my own personal project. I hope giving a talk will help others and they could do the same.
5. What are some of the key takeaways from your session(s) at Agile India?
After this session, you will understand the techniques of SEO testing and how can you tackle the different test suites to handle SEO testing (manual, automation, regression)?
The second takeaway is one can apply to their own project and recommend the company to apply in their own projects
6. Which sessions are you particularly looking forward to attending at Agile India this year?
I wish I could attend all the session and I like the program
Minimum Viable Process
Minimal viable resiliency and production readiness - how to invest iteratively in reliability and observability
Cloud-Native Progressive Delivery
Self-governing teams through SoFA (Sociocracy for All)
How to make OKRs Lean again
Championing Security for your Agile Development
Chris Stone - 50 Shades of a retrospective - Your guide to continuous improvement
7. Any personal remarks/message you want to share with the software community?
Collaboration with people helps a lot!