Refactoring is crucial to the health of a code base, but it's also true for the health of a conference. We’ve just completed a major refactor to our code base and Test.bash(); no longer compiles, but Test.bash(‘Online’); presents us with a wall of green.
This new release sees the Test.bash(); package renamed Test.bash(‘Online’); after we successfully completed our cloud migration project. Test.bash(‘Online’); is our software testing conference focused on available tools, automation and technical testing and will be streaming direct to you on the 29th of October 2020 from 9 am to 6 pm (UK Time).
With Test.bash(); now being online and the date changing, we felt it was only fair to restart our Continuous Call For Papers (CCFP) for this event. This restart means that all previously submitted abstracts are now void, everyone has to submit again. We’ve done this to give everyone the same amount of time to submit and for each proposal to be reviewed.
The great advantage of talking at an online event is that you don’t need travel. So you can now speak at Test.bash(); from anywhere in the world.
We are looking for 30-minute talks with an additional 10 minutes for Q&A at the end and we are offering £500 to all successful submissions.
Check the CCFP link for more information and submit your abstract before the 21st of June 2020.
The tickets for Test.bash(); Online 2020 are now available at £99 each. That’s a single ticket price for a full day packed with Talks, Activities, Community Space, our world-famous 99-Second Talks and many more surprises.
Secure yours now by heading over to our Ticket Page and book yours now!
Do you want to sponsor Test.bash(); Online 2020?
For over a decade, Ministry of Testing has built up a global software testing community of tens of thousands of testers strong. Test.bash(); is where our community comes to meet, learn and engage in real conversations. By sponsoring Test.bash(); Online 2020 you will achieve reach and recognition with our entire community, demonstrating your support for the testing community. Helping us, help them.
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Do you have credit with Ministry of Testing and would like to use it to purchase tickets to Test.bash();? Get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org with your previous booking details.
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