Let’s Talk About…Submitting to A Testing Conference

Shmuel Gershon & Ruud Teunissen

EuroSTAR Programme Chair 2016 & 2015

On the 21st January, Test Huddle hosted a Google Hangout with EuroSTAR Software Testing Conference 2016 Chair Shmuel Gershon and EuroSTAR 2015 Chair Ruud Teunissen to dispel some of the myths of how the submission process works and share what a successful submission might look like. If you are submitting to a testing conference and want to know how you should frame your submission, then this hangout will give you a guide on where to start. Over the course of an hour Shmuel and Ruud examine what you should include in an submission, what to leave out, hoe to get the…....

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About Me!

Shmuel Gershon has experience in both firmware and software testing; and also in coaching testers and helping friends. Today he works in Jerusalem testing firmware with a team of Super-Heroes, and his experience includes working for big companies, small companies, and as freelancer — spanning the world from South America to Israel. He used to be a programmer, but discovered that testing is twice the fun.
A frequent presenter at local and International software conferences, Shmuel is convinced that the most significant factor in our quest for quality is people, not features or technology. He writes about software testing at http://testing.gershon.info and @sgershon and published the open-source “Rapid Reporter”, an exploratory testing note taking tool.

Ruud is passionate about testing. Throughout his career he played almost any possible role in testing (tester, test manager, test trainer, coach, sales, manager, test consultant, …) in a variety of environments and at several companies. Ruud is coauthor of several books on structured testing, including Software Testing: A Guide to the TMap® Approach – the foundation of the TMap Next and TMap HD approach. He was Programme Chair of EuroSTAR in 2015. Currently he is test architect at Polteq Test Services BV; he focuses on (test) improvement, test management, test automation, testing, … in any context.


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