About Indranil Sinha

A loving father of three children, a caring husband, a reasonably obedient son with an attitude to do the best at work, this is who Indranil Sinha is. Born and educated in Calcutta, India, Indranil started working at Marginalen Bank in 2011 as an IT assistant. In 2014, he was promoted to a Test Manager position; in 2018 he became a Test Strategist, in 2019, with additional responsibility, he became the test team lead and in 2021, from September he will be heading a brand-new Quality Assurance department at Marginalen. 
Key achievements:

  • Established a transparent and sustainable test process at Marginalen Bank, and a brand-new QA department (to start from September 2021)
  • Established Test Automanuation (Indranil will demo this in his presentation)
  • Established Test Autobahn (Indranil will demo this in his presentation).
  • Created multiple job opportunities and recruited talented testers.

Fun fact about Indranil: Even after residing in Sweden for 13 + years, he is still not able to speak proper Swedish!

Speech title:

Why Should we take things personally?

About his speech:

In his presentation, Indranil will be talking about some of the problems at work process which he took personally and came up with an innovative solution. He will demo how they overcame problems associated with test-automation scenarios which include e-identification system; how they created a custom-made solution for calculating test-automation coverage and their newly created “Developers Feedback about Testers (DFaT)” index, which demonstrates annual performance index of testers, as seen by developers. If time permits, there will be a bonus topic which is about the humane aspect of a leader. 
The talk is for testers, especially for those who may find their job to be boring, who aren’t motivated enough because they haven’t yet identified the joy of software testing, who wonder about how can their job situation be improved, who wants to see some real life example to be inspired and for test managers / Leaders to see how first principle thinking helps in solving some of the problems we encounter.
He wants to share multiple examples in detail so that the attendees can learn:

  • How to be your own boss at work
  • Which things to take personally and how to act on them
  • Interaction with the management and promote the importance of quality
  • How the above actions can improve your personal career and empower you to build a team.





About Indranil Sinha

A loving father of three children, a caring husband, a reasonably obedient son with an attitude to do the best at work, this is who Indranil Sinha is. Born and educated in Calcutta, India, Indranil started working at Marginalen Bank in 2011 as an IT assistant. In 2014, he was promoted to a Test Manager position; in 2018 he became a Test Strategist, in 2019, with additional responsibility, he became the test team lead and in 2021, from September he will be heading a brand-new Quality Assurance department at Marginalen. 
Key achievements:

  • Established a transparent and sustainable test process at Marginalen Bank, and a brand-new QA department (to start from September 2021)
  • Established Test Automanuation (Indranil will demo this in his presentation)
  • Established Test Autobahn (Indranil will demo this in his presentation).
  • Created multiple job opportunities and recruited talented testers.

Fun fact about Indranil: Even after residing in Sweden for 13 + years, he is still not able to speak proper Swedish!

Speech title:

Why Should we take things personally?

About his speech:

In his presentation, Indranil will be talking about some of the problems at work process which he took personally and came up with an innovative solution. He will demo how they overcame problems associated with test-automation scenarios which include e-identification system; how they created a custom-made solution for calculating test-automation coverage and their newly created “Developers Feedback about Testers (DFaT)” index, which demonstrates annual performance index of testers, as seen by developers. If time permits, there will be a bonus topic which is about the humane aspect of a leader. 
The talk is for testers, especially for those who may find their job to be boring, who aren’t motivated enough because they haven’t yet identified the joy of software testing, who wonder about how can their job situation be improved, who wants to see some real life example to be inspired and for test managers / Leaders to see how first principle thinking helps in solving some of the problems we encounter.
He wants to share multiple examples in detail so that the attendees can learn:

  • How to be your own boss at work
  • Which things to take personally and how to act on them
  • Interaction with the management and promote the importance of quality
  • How the above actions can improve your personal career and empower you to build a team.