Posted: Aug 4, 2022

New Call To Speak for Test.bash(); 2022!

We have opened again the Call To Speak for Test.bash(); 2022!

We have recently updated the format of Test.bash();, adding four sub-topics.  Sadly this means the abstracts already submitted no longer fit the new requirements.
Test.bash(); 2022 will be a tool-aware-focused conference focusing on these four sub-topics:
  • UI Automation
  • Visual Automation
  • API Automation
  • Data Management
Who and What Are We Looking For?

We want to gather a diverse speaker lineup, from a range of backgrounds that truly represent our testing community. If you're white, straight and male then we already have enough of you folks lined up already.
More specifically, these are the slots we need speakers for:
  1. Talk on Visual Automation
  2. Talk on API Automation
  3. Talk on Data Management
  4. Ask Me Anything session about All Things Testing Tools — looking for a speaker with plenty of knowledge and experience with testing tools. Such as how to find and use new tools and how to understand and evaluate the value of a tool.
  5. Panel Discussion: Managing your Testing Toolbox — looking for three speakers to take part in this panel. How to get tools signed off for your team? How to decide on the best tools for your company? When is it time to switch tools? (both for paid-for tools and open-source).
Deadline: 31st of August 2022

Do you want to be part of the largest online tool-awareness conference of the year or know of someone who would be a good candidate for any of the above? 
If so, please let us know by completing the form below, before the 31st of August 2022.
We will not require an abstract until the 16th of September 2022, so there's plenty of time to think about it after you've completed the form. As always, if you need help in creating the abstract, we're here to help! Feel free to email hello@ministryoftesting.com.
– Diana, EventBoss

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Diana Dromey

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Diana joined the Ministry of Testing family in January 2020 as EventBoss. She's originally from Portugal, currently living in Manchester, UK and has a degree in Fine Arts - Painting from the University of Lisbon. After Uni, Diana moved to London and a few years later she decided to travel the world by working on cruise ships for Royal Caribbean. She returned to the UK, this time to Manchester, where she currently lives. Diana has been in the events industry for over 10 years.