Most software testing conferences suck. There, I said it…
For all our talk about critical thinking, hard questions, the pursuit of scrutiny, the reality is the majority of testing conferences are echo chambers of what we already know. Vendors get keynotes and the long-standing run of uranium depleted skulls get to rehash their talking points – one tired, old, boring talking point at a time.
In my opinion, there are only a handful of software testing conferences worth going to – and TestBash is one of them. When I heard that the Ministry of Testing was coming to New York, I instantly got a hold of Rosie and asked to be a part of it. Three things make a great conference, diversity of thought, the speakers and most importantly the community that attends, and TestBash brings plenty to the table for all of them.
But don’t take my word for it, check out TestBash NY and see for yourself why its the only software testing conference I’m attending this year – you will not be disappointed.
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