QA or the Highway


It’s only two months away!   QA or the Highway

For those able to make it to the central Ohio area, it looks like this testing conference is shaping up with a nice lineup of speakers.

Here is the line-up to date.


Keith Klain – How to Talk to a CIO About Software Testing (If You Really Have to…)
Matt Heusser


Title Speaker Area
Disintegration Testing David Hoppe Agile
Tracking Exploratory Testing Sessions for Improved Reporting Capabilities Graeme Harvey Agile
New Tester Skillset  Matt Eakin Agile
Agile Testing in a Legacy World Val Lines Agile
Automation is What We Do – Why Test Automation is Perfectly Logical in an IT World Joe Beale Automation
A Whole Team Approach To Testing  Jon Kruger Automation
Automated Testing of Legacy Code Shawn Wallace Automation
How to (Try to) Motivate Testers Erik Davis Enterprise
“I don’t like you. He doesn’t like you either!” Hilary Weaver Enterprise
Building The Business Case for Performance Testing Joe Ours Enterprise
The Scourge of Testing: Test Data Management Joe Ours Enterprise
Improving Effectiveness on Distributed Teams Rick Neighbarger Enterprise
Statistical Processes and Jellybeans Tom Walton Enterprise
A debate on the merits of mobile software test automation JeanAnn Harrison Mobile
Mobile Web Testing – Explored Raj Subramanian Mobile


Based on the titles that I am seeing, it’s going to be tough to pick which sessions to attend.

For more information on the topics, check out the Speaker abstract page.

For only $75.00, this is a great event worth registering for.

I am looking forward to making it to this event to catch up with testers, meet new testers, and pick up some great information.

Out of curiosity, which sessions/speakers are you looking forward to hearing?