In recent years, the German Testing Day could only be held online. Now the established conference to ensure software quality will take place again on site, more precisely on May 23rd and 24th, 2023 in Frankfurt am Main, the conference location of previous years. Visitors to the event can look forward to almost thirty lectures and the exchange with like-minded people.
The German Testing Day program is aimed at people involved in the quality assurance of IT and embedded systems. The main focus is on the exchange of experiences, new trends and techniques as well as methods. The conference is accompanied by an exhibition with around 15 sponsors presenting their products, services and job advertisements on site.
The conference is divided into a half-day offer on May 23 with several two-hour workshops, an open space program and a free evening event as well as a motivational speech to open the event. The actual conference day on May 24th will then be opened by the experienced test manager Gitte Ottosen. In terms of the agile manifesto, it places the focus of quality assurance on customer orientation. The German Testing Day will be closed by Uwe Lübbermann, founder of the collectively managed company Premium-Cola, who, based on his experience, focuses on the topic of change management.
In between, the participants have the choice of up to five parallel tracks to learn more about central quality assurance topics. Topics covered are, for example, behavior-driven development, insourcing, continuous delivery, agility and testing, different types of testing or, more specifically, the K8s-native quality assurance with Testkube. In addition, there are a number of field reports, for example from the gaming industry, audio/video streaming or companies like Dolby.
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The organizer of the German Testing Day is the company SIGS-DATACOM, which recently became part of the Heise Medien Group.