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Twitter hashtag: #testday2011
Following the success of the Eclipse Testing Day in September 2010, BREDEX GmbH have teamed up with the Eclipse Foundation to organize a second Testing Day in 2011.
The Testing Day is a day-long event for technical developers, testers, architects, project leads and managers to learn more about testing. The theme for this year's Testing Day is "Testing: Technology and Process". We will select talks focusing on test processes and the technology to support them. Participants will learn how technology and process fit together, where they can complement each other and where there is potential for improvement.
The event will focus on the following topics:
- Testing with, at and for Eclipse projects
- Testing processes in theory and in practice
- Case studies of testing projects
- Process and technology - what works and what doesn't
- Process improvement
- Eclipse tooling and technology for the test process
Attendees will have the chance to hear speakers from leading companies within the testing space and experts from the Eclipse and testing community.
Date & Location
September 7, 2011
Humboldtstraße 2 41468 Neuss
|| Vom Requierement zum Testfall - ein langer und steiniger Weg?
|| Mirko Drobietz
|| FSS Consulting GmbH
|| Fokus!MBT und ModelBus - Heading Towards Test Automation
|| Marc-Florian Wendland
|| Fraunhoher Institut Fokus|
|| Coffee break
|| UI-Testing - Ergonomie und UserXperience auf dem Prüfstand
|| Alexander Klein
|| BeOne Stuttgart GmbH
|| Testautomatisierung - mehr als nur schreiben von Testfällen
|| Benedikt Höck
|| Hochschule Bremerhaven
|| Lunch break
|| Automatisierte GUI Tests in fachlichen Stufen
|| Patrick Möller
|| Bitmark Software GmbH
|| Understanding Eclipse-Plug-in Test Suite
|| Michaela Greiler
|| TU Delft|
|| Coffee break
|| Testen des Eclipse Packaging Projektes (EPP)
|| Felix Ziesel
|| BREDEX GmbH
|| Beyond Works-On-My-Machine with PDE Build and Git
|| Matthias Kempka
The evening reception with drinks and food will start at 17:15.
Call for Papers
The call for papers has now closed. If you want to be involved in the Testing Day, we still have sponsor opportunities available.
Presentations will be 30-45 minutes long, including time for questions. There will be a computer projector to support your presentation but you will need to provide your own laptop. Presentation slides can be posted to the Eclipse Testing Day 2011 wiki and, if you'd like to share a short paper on your topic, we would also be glad to post a .pdf on the site.
- English (preferred) or German
Talks will be selected by a committee comprising the following individuals:
- Prof. Dr. Karin Vosseberg, Hochschule Bremerhaven
- Hans-Joachim Brede, BREDEX GmbH
- Felix Winter, ASQF
- Ralph Müller, Eclipse Foundation
The Testing Day is a non-profit event. Ticket prices are the same as last year (50 € for non members / 40 € for Eclipse or ASQF members). The ticket price covers catering and room costs for the day. Invoices will be sent after free registration via Eventbrite. We also have a limited offer for free student tickets.
You can register for the Eclipse Testing Day 2011 via Eventbrite
- 17.06.2011 Call for Papers closed
- 27.06.2011 Speakers informed
- 05.09.2011 Registration closes
- 07.09.2011 Testing Day
BREDEX GmbH is software development and consulting company based in Braunschweig, Germany. Alongside individual customer software development, they are also behind the Jubula Functional Testing Tool Project at Eclipse and GUIdancer, Jubula's commercial counterpart. BREDEX GmbH became strategic members of the Eclipse Foundation in 2010.
Xored Software is a software and service company that helps developers and corporations make the most of their investment in development tools, platforms, and rich client applications. The company bases its products and services on Eclipse technologies since company foundation in 2002.
Recurring tasks and processes lead people to take a closer look into a particular problem area. With years of practical experience, we have decided to develop innovative software solutions in such key areas using our expertise. These solutions are tailored to the needs of professional users and help them to work in a more efficient and safer manner. To this end, GFB Softwareentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH, a 100% subsidiary of GFB IT Consulting and Services GmbH was founded. The consulting firm, formed in 1997, has many years of experience in software testing and quality management.
Quality improvement through automation. GFB with its standard software Q-up supports the automated generation of test data. Based on a customer-specific test data strategy Q-up realizes time and cost savings for increased data quality throughout the entire life cycle of your IT applications.
With more than 30 years of experience in the IT sector, sepp.med is a reliable and proven partner for the development, integration and quality assurance of complex and safety-critical systems.
The .getmore tool and .model-based testing methodology from sepp.med make it possible to systematize and to automate the scenarios necessary for integration test as well as system and acceptance tests.
Be a Sponsor
There are various options for sponsorship of the Eclipse Testing Day 2011. See the Sponsoring Page for details.
For more information email Eclipse Testing Team