Check out the AutomationSTAR programme, packed with inspiring sessions and in-depth tutorials, to elevate your test automation projects.
The AutomationSTAR programme is live! This October 17-18, the sharpest minds in automation are coming together to share their knowledge with you. Through visionary keynotes, track talks, workshops, and half day tutorials they will share new insights, real-life experiences, and help YOU with challenges in your testing projects.
Whether you’re new to coding, building a test automation project from scratch, or interested in codeless tools, AutomationSTAR is where you’ll find the answers. Accelerate your delivery, get future ready, and achieve your goals. Talks will cover different levels of automation in testing, including methodologies such as DevOps, new technologies like AI, and lots more.
World class keynote speakers
Our inspiring keynote speakers are bringing you top insights on test automation. Bas Dijkstra questions the role of automation engineers, and why the role of test automation engineer is a difficult one. Andrew Knight discusses why testing itself is art as much as it’s engineering, and will give you a blueprint for testing success. Jenny Bramble strives to answer the question of why we test and why we make the choices we do.
Inspiring track talks
The AutomationSTAR track talks are packed with thought-provoking sessions – speakers will discuss a wide range of topics to add real value to your testing: how to get true success from automation, event driven test automation, how to make your automated tests reliable, revolutionizing your functional test automation, and lots more. Get ready to accelerate your projects.
Of course, you’ll also have plenty of opportunity to network with other delegates, and expand your connections. With coffee breaks, networking lunches, and lots more, AutomationSTAR is a diverse, collaborative environment where creativity flourishes. You’ll chat with software testers from every industry, and have lots of lightbulb moments as you spark new ideas together!
This blog is translated from English to German by Google.