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…)
|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?