Posted: Jun 1, 2022

Full Lineup for TestBash World is Now Live!

✨  This month is TestBash World's month and we are super excited to be able to announce the last wave of confirmed speakers to be added to the star-studded lineup! ✨

TestBash World is starting to take its final shape with almost all the sessions added and we can now confirm that we are over 1000 attendees. This means that we are now halfway through our goal of 2000 attendees and closer to our dream of 5000!

So let's find out who is the third wave of speakers added to the lineup:

  • Ryo Chikazawa, CEO of Autify, our Black Belt sponsor, will be joining us for a short talk about the current challenges in QA testing, the short-term solution (automation testing) and the long-term solution, which is eliminating the test phase with Machine Learning by shifting left and right.
  • Mike Clarke will be revisiting his TestBash New Zealand 2019's talk 'Setting Sail into the Great Unknown: How I Got Started in Testing from a Non-technical Background'. Mike loves the wonderful world of testing and is one of the co-organisers of the MoT Auckland meetup. 
  • Jaswanth Manigundan, Pricilla Bilavendran and Ali Haydar will be together in a Panel Discussion session where they will be talking about API Testing. Jaswanth is a lead test automation engineer working as a part of the QE practice at Culture Amp. Pricilla is from Malaysia and is a passionate test engineer with a decade of experience in Quality Assurance. And last but not least, Ali does not know many things, but he does know how to learn them efficiently and rapidly. 
  • <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Deborah Sherwood will be talking about Regression Testing in an Ask Me Anything Session. Deborah is an engineering manager and quality lead and is passionate about making high-quality products that not only work but are accessible and meet customers' expectations.
  • <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Saskia Coplans also known for her film-related talks will be revisiting her TestBash Manchester 2019's talk 'Threat Modelling: How Software Survives in a Hacker’s Universe. Saskia has over ten years of experience in information security and governance along with standards and policy development.
  • <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Louise Gibbs, Karen Todd, Ben Dowen are some of our community superstars and will be together in this Panel Discussion session to talk about how this community has helped their testing careers and also enabled them to help others. Louise has been involved with the Ministry of Testing's community for years now and she's an advocate for sharing knowledge with fellow testers. Karen is also another great community member, who loves to bring people together and educate them about opportunities to support and build with one another. Ben also known online as 'The Full Snack Tester', runs the daily celebration of the Testing Community called Tester of The Day. 
  • <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Nicola Lindgren will be answering any, really, any questions about testing. Nicola has been involved with different testing communities, from Stockholm all the way to New Zealand and has as well worked on projects in various industries including Education, Retail and e-Commerce, giving her a great position to be able to answer anything, really anything about testing!

With these speakers, we can guarantee you'll definitely learn something new on the 22nd and 23rd of June 2022!

OH... and have we mentioned that TestBash World is FREE for everyone to attend? - No? Yes, it is. All you have to do is register! 😉

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See you at TestBash World 2022! 👋🏻

 - Diana Dromey

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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.