Tosca Hack Week

Ended on March 1 2017

Tosca Hack Week was an event for Automation Engineers to customize obstacles for steering. The Tosca Hack Week is the second part of the Tosca Tournament which ends with Accelerate 2017.

Winners

1. Place:

Anto Britto Accenture Solutions Application Development Associate Manager

Anto Britto

Application Development Associate Manager at Accenture Solutions Private Limited, India

Which Tricentis Tosca feature do you like most?
All the features available in Tricentis Tosca are very unique and flexible.
The one which I liked the most is Tricentis Tosca API, which gives us the option to integrate our own functionality into Tricentis Tosca and help achieve 100% automation penetration.
It also enables us to understand the complete functionality running in the background when the tool is executing the test scripts.

How long have you used Tricentis Tosca?
I have been using Tricentis Tosca for the past 1 year.

How many Tricentis Tosca customization have you already implemented?
I have customized close to 40-45 controls.

1st prize: Trip to Vienna

2. Place:

Christoph Faust SQS Software Quality Systems Consultant

Christoph Faust

Consultant at SQS Software Quality Systems, Cologne, Germany

Which Tricentis Tosca feature do you like most?
Test Case Design (in combination with all the other great features ;-D )

How long have you used Tricentis Tosca?
I’m “watching” and recommending Tricentis Tosca since autumn 2015, but I am working with it only since March 2016.

How many Tricentis Tosca customization have you already implemented?
So far I have not created any customizations before February 2017. For SAP GUI automation it wasn’t necessary because it works out of the box. However, I am able to contribute the experience I made in this challenge in the context of a current web-based project.

2nd prize: iPad Mini 32GB WiFi

3. Place:

Slavko Ilic Sixsentix Test Consultant

Slavko Ilic

Test Consultant at Sixsentix d.o.o. , Novi Sad, Serbia

Which Tricentis Tosca feature do you like most?
I really love Tricentis Tosca APIs and all possibilities they provide. Fine-tuning Tricentis Tosca to a really precise instrument can be very interesting. Agile tool for an agile approach. In addition to that, as Tricentis Tosca development progresses, I'm more and more intrigued by the TBox as a whole.

How long have you used Tricentis Tosca?
I'm using Tricentis Tosca for 3 years now.

How many Tricentis Tosca customization have you already implemented?
I lost count, so I'd say dozens. Most of the customizations are engine layer adaptions, but I did fair share of Special Execution Tasks and Tricentis Tosca Add-ins also.

3rd prize: Sonos PLAY 3 Wireless Speaker

4. Place:

Benjamin Tan Senior Consultant and Test Genius Infometis AG

Benjamin Tan

Senior Consultant and Test Genius at Infometis AG, Zürich

Which Tricentis Tosca feature do you like most?
I really like Tricentis Tosca's Test Case Design with its Linear Expansion approach, enabling you to generate the right Test Cases fast and easily maintainable.
In general, I like the whole life cycle of Tricentis Tosca, how everything fits together in a user-friendly way and helps users assess, create and run the right test cases efficiently.

How long have you used Tricentis Tosca?
I'm using Tricentis Tosca for 3 years now.

How many Tricentis Tosca customization have you already implemented?
I participated in the company internal development of our TACC 3.0 Addon/Custom Control (Tricentis Tosca Avaloq Custom Control) for the Banking system Avaloq. It allows the steering of the Avaloq GUI and in form of an add-in, we created a Module generator for Avaloq, allowing automatic creation of modules without the need of manually scanning the GUI.

4th prize: Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones