Belgium Testing Days

It’s only a few weeks from now and Bruges will be the stage for the Belgium Testing Days. On 17 March the conference will Kick-off with some tutorials, followed by 3 Days of traks and interactive sessions. I am glad to contribute to the program as a speaker and invite you to join one of the sessions I am invoved in:

  Enrich your Toolbox: Gain efficiency with the right techniques, tools & methods.
We testers need to improve the efficiency and quality of our work. Enriching our toolkit with better techniques, tools and methods will help us to do so. Since the traditional test design techniques are quite powerful, our quest for new techniques should focus on those that helps us to be more efficient in an agile context.

Read the full description on the conference website

  Interactive Session On Test Automation
Dorothy Graham will host an interactive Session On Test Automation together with, Lisa Crispin, Bjorn Boisschot, Gil Zilberfeld and Derk-Jan de Grood. In this interactive session, we will look at the most important topics in test automation today. What are the top three things you can do that will “tip the balance” towards success? What are the top three pitfalls you should avoid in test automation?

Read the full description on the conference website

  Leadership and Problem Solving Aspects
Together with Fiona Charles, Huib Schoots and Jean-Paul Varwijk, we will challenge participants to solve their testing problems and show their leadership. Using 4 personae of testers, you will learn about your own preferences, alternative ways to look at your problems and how to collaborate with your fellow testers.

Read the full description on the conference website

Hope to meet you there…

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