So it’s really really happening! Testbash is coming to Germany / Munich in 2017. It was just announced here. On October 6th it will happen, so be ready and save the date in your calendar.
As always, Testbash will be a single track conference on Friday, followed by an open space session on Saturday. The event will take place at “Münchner Künstlerhaus am Lenbachplatz”.
The Ministry of Testing now has a Continuous Call for Papers. This means you can apply to speak at TestBash Germany at the same time as to any of the other TestBashes. We will be reviewing TestBash Germany submissions until 14th February 2017 – this means if you submit before this date then your submission will be considered for Germany.
It’s TestBash time! This time TestBash Netherlands 2017 in Utrecht. In the beginning of September Huib Schoots announced the program for the first TestBash Netherlands in 2017. If you have ever been to a TestBash conference, you know how fun and awesome this conference is. The style is completely different compared to other conferences and is all about the software testing community.
The conference will take place in Utrecht from 26th January (workshop day) – 27th January (conference day). The first day is always full of great workshops and if you plan to attend the TestBash Netherlands next year, you have the choice to attend my workshop about mobile testing.
Here is my workshop description:
Is Mobile Testing Really Different? – By Daniel Knott
I am just back home in Hamburg from one of the greatest testing conferences in the world which was taking place this week in Brighton /England and I am talking about Testbash. Last year I already had the chance to attend the conference and to provide a workshop about mobile testing. This year I was in the luxury situation of just listening to all the great speakers which were talking about testing. If you don’t know testbash or have never attend the conference you should really try to get there once. Testbash is not like any other software testing conferences out there. Testbash is all about the people and the testing community. There are no big sponsor booths, trying to sell you any kind of products you may not need, no the breaks are for you to meet and to talk to other software testers. The coffee breaks are used to make new contacts, to share experiences and to make new friends. However, there are not just the breaks to talk to people, there are so many pre testbash meetups at pubs, restaurants or in any other places where you can meet the conference people.