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Posted: Jul 26, 2023

🍁 TestBash Autumn’s Call For Contribution is Ending Soon!

Reminding you all that the TestBash Autumn 2023 Call For Contribution is ending on the 31st of July 2023.
That means, next Monday! :scream:

So if you want to speak at our next online TestBash, happening on the 22nd and the 23rd of November, there are several ways you can make that happen:

  • Talks: We will have several talks on the main stage followed by a 30-minute live Q&A on the main stage. We’ve increased the Q&A time due to a large interest from the community in having more time to ask the speakers questions.
  • Ask Me Anything & Panel Discussions: These sessions are very popular as they allow us to learn first-hand from industry leaders and experts and dive deeper into conversations led by the audience.
  • 99-Second Intros: A great way to get a taster on several testing topics, all in 99 seconds each!
  • Feature Spotlights: Unlock the power of your favourite tools and frameworks with these concise videos that spotlight a single feature in a real-world context, helping you develop problem-solving skills along the way.
  • 99-Second Talks: As we say, is not a TestBash if we don’t have the 99-Second Talks! The perfect way to end the day: invite the audience to the main stage to share their knowledge, a story or something they’ve learned during the day, the stage is yours, for 99 seconds!

Check out all the five different open Call For Contributions and…

Submit Your Papers Now!

Also, from now until the 14th of August 2023, we will encourage everyone to Review the Abstract Submissions for TestBash Autumn 2023 and help us choose another super awesome lineup!


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Diana Dromey

EventBoss at Ministry of Testing

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.