Issue 26

Registrations now open for the South East European Software Testing Conference (SEETEST 2014)

Irina Scarlat
CMO How to Web & TechHub Bucharest


Bucharest, August 4th 2014. The South East European Testing Board, together with ANIS and Quality House, are the organizers of the third South East European Software Testing Conference (SEETEST 2014) that will take place at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Bucharest on September 25 and 26. Early bird tickets to the event are now available online at http://seetest.org/index.php?page=registration.

The South East European Software Testing Conference (SEETEST) is an event in the area of software testing and software quality management. During the first day of SEETEST, the participants will attend tutorials held by recognized experts in the industry on topics such as the principles of fundamental agile testing, testing centers of excellence, soft skills for testers, TMMi, load & performance, or the principles of mobile application testing.

The second day of the conference is dedicated to keynotes given by top executives of the international software testing scene, as well as to high-quality peer-reviewed presentations from members of the quality engineering community.

An exhibition will be running during the entire conference, offering the international companies that work in the software quality field the chance to showcase their tools and services to the audience. Moreover, an ISTQB Certified Tester Foundation Exam will also be provided during the event by the South East European Testing Board.

SEETEST 2014 aims to cover topics such as software testing, test design and techniques, test management, risk-based testing, test process improvement, performance testing, agile testing, security testing, mobile testing, or test automation.

They will be discussed by well-known industry leaders that have confirmed their attendance to the event such as Rex Black (software engineer, entrepreneur and author in the field of software testing, USA), Erik van Veenendaal (internationally recognized testing expert, the Netherlands), Graham Bath (author, Germany), Geoff Thompson (senior test management consultant, United Kingdom), Yaron Tsubery (Director of QA & Testing Manager at Comverse, Israel) or Vipul Kocher (President of the Indian Testing Board and Co-President of PT PureTesting, India).

Two previous editions of the South East European Software Testing Conference (SEETEST) have been organized in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 2008 and 2009, reuniting 250 visitors. SEETEST 2014 will bring together 300 attendees that will have the chance to participate in 6 half-day tutorials and 14 presentations organized in 3 parallel tracks.

The cost of the full conference ticket is 350 EUR and it includes the admission to all conference sessions, tutorials and exhibition, conference proceedings, light refreshments during coffee breaks, 2 lunches, as well as the admission to the social event that is going to be organized on September 25. Several cheaper alternatives are available for visitors that want to attend only parts of SEETEST 2014. More information about the tickets and their prices is available online at http://seetest.org/index.php?page=visitors

Until the 31st of August, early bird tickets are available at a 20% discount of the regular price. Moreover, groups of five or more persons, supporting organization members, students and ISTQB partners have a 10% discount, which will be available after the end of the Early Bird period. Tickets for SEETEST 2014 can be bought online at http://seetest.org/index.php?page=registration.




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