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Twitter hashtag: [http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23etd2013 #etd2013]  
 
Twitter hashtag: [http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23etd2013 #etd2013]  
  
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== Round ups of the testing day ==
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Thanks for a great day everyone!
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# [http://www.bredex.de/index.php/blog_article_en/items/eclipse-testing-day-what-you-missed.html BREDEX]
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# [http://floriansblog.wordpress.com/2013/09/26/sharky-at-eclipsetestingday/ Florian Pirchner]
 
== About the Testing Day  ==
 
== About the Testing Day  ==
  
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Topics of interest include:<br>  
 
Topics of interest include:<br>  
  
#Eclipse projects with mobile aspects - and their testing
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#Eclipse projects with mobile aspects - and their testing  
#Cross-platform development and testing for mobile applications
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#Cross-platform development and testing for mobile applications  
 
#Eclipse tooling for developing and testing mobile applications  
 
#Eclipse tooling for developing and testing mobile applications  
#UX design in mobile projects
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#UX design in mobile projects  
 
#Case studies of mobile testing projects  
 
#Case studies of mobile testing projects  
#Mobile testing as a part of the application lifecycle
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#Mobile testing as a part of the application lifecycle  
#Comparisons between testing in desktop and in mobile projects
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#Comparisons between testing in desktop and in mobile projects  
 
#Manual, automated and crowd testing for mobile projects
 
#Manual, automated and crowd testing for mobile projects
  
== Call for Papers ==
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We are looking for submissions for talks on the topics above. We welcome theoretical submissions, but prefer case studies and real project examples. Demonstrations are also highly welcome. The program committee will give preference to vendor-neutral talks.
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=== Submission details ===
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Please send:
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* An abstract of about 150 words (in English)
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* A short biography
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* A picture of the author
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=== Talk details ===
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Talks will be in English, and will be between 30 and 40 minutes, including time for questions.
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=== Submission dates ===
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Please send your submissions by '''21st June''' to [mailto:testingday@bredex.de Eclipse Testing Team].
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== Date, time and venue  ==
 
== Date, time and venue  ==
  
The Eclipse Testing Day 2013 will take place on 25th September 2013 from 8.30am to 5pm, followed by an evening reception.
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The Eclipse Testing Day 2013 will take place on 25th September 2013 from 8.30am to 5pm, followed by an evening reception.  
  
 
The day will be hosted in the Commundo Tagungshotel Darmstadt:<br>  
 
The day will be hosted in the Commundo Tagungshotel Darmstadt:<br>  
  
 
Commundo Tagungshotel<br>27 Hilpertstraße Darmstadt,<br>HE 64295, DE<br>  
 
Commundo Tagungshotel<br>27 Hilpertstraße Darmstadt,<br>HE 64295, DE<br>  
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Registration for the Eclipse Testing Day is now open at [http://eclipsetestingday2013.eventbrite.com eclipsetestingday.eventbrite.com].
  
 
=== Ticket prices  ===
 
=== Ticket prices  ===
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As the event is not-for-profit, the ticket prices are reduced to their minimum, and cover the costs of catering and room rental.  
 
As the event is not-for-profit, the ticket prices are reduced to their minimum, and cover the costs of catering and room rental.  
  
*Eclipse Foundation members&nbsp;: 30€ net.
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*Eclipse Foundation members&nbsp;: 30€ net.  
*Non-members: 45€ net.
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*Non-members: 48€ net.  
*We also have a limited amount of student tickets for 25€ net.
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*We also have a limited amount of student tickets for 28€ net.
  
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Registration for the Eclipse Testing Day is now open at [http://eclipsetestingday2013.eventbrite.com eclipsetestingday.eventbrite.com].
  
 
== Agenda  ==
 
== Agenda  ==
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The day will begin with registration at 8.00 am.  
 
The day will begin with registration at 8.00 am.  
  
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<br>
  
== Program committee  ==
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|-
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| 8.00<br>
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| Registration opens<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 8.45-9.00<br>
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| Welcome<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 9.00-9.45 <br>
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| Keynote: [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Keynote:_Flying_sharks_with_Eclipse_m2m Flying sharks with Eclipse m2m]<br>
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| Florian Pirchner<br>
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| [http://ge.tt/9g0NH8t/v/0 Slides]
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|-
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| 9.45-10.20<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Energy_testing_and_optimization_of_mobile_applications Energy testing and optimization of mobile applications]<br>
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| Claas Wilke, TU Dresden<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/f/f3/ClaasWilke_EclipseTestingDay.pdf Slides]
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|-
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| 10.20-10.50 <br>
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| '''Coffee Break'''<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 10.50-11.25<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Testing_software_the_crowdsourced_way_.E2.80.93_How_to_enhance_software_quality_by_utilizing_real_people_and_real_devices Testing software the crowdsourced way – How to enhance software quality by utilizing real people and real devices]<br>
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| Georg Hansbauer, Testbirds<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/9/9c/Testing_software_the_crowdsourced_way.pdf Slides]
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|-
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| 11.25-12.00<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Quality_assurance_for_mobile_applications_-_case_studies_for_GUI_test_automation Quality assurance for mobile applications – case studies for GUI test automation]<br>
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| Alexandra Schladebeck, BREDEX GmbH<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/0/00/Quality_assurance_for_mobile_applications.pdf Slides]
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|-
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| 12.00-12.35<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Testing_of_mobile_solutions:_new_wine_in_old_skins.3F Testing of Mobile Solutions: Old wine in new skins?]<br>
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| Dr. Frank Simon, Dr. Marcus Iwanowski, BLUECARAT AG<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/images/a/a2/BLUECARAT_Testing_Mobile_Pitfalls.pdf Slides]
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|-
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| 12.35-14.00 <br>
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| '''Lunch'''<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 14.00-15.30 <br>
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| ''Panel discussion'' (see below)<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 15.30-16.00<br>
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|
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'''Coffee Break'''
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 16.00-16.35<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Mobile_Cross-platform_development_and_testing_with_Eclipse_technologies Mobile Cross-platform development and testing with Eclipse technologies]<br>
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| Jochen Krause, Eclipse Source<br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 16.35-17.10<br>
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| [http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Post-release_monitoring_of_apps Post-release monitoring of apps]<br>
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| Richard Süselbeck, Deutsche Telekom AG<br>
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| <br>
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|-
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| 17.10-19.30<br>
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| Evening reception<br>
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| <br>
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| <br>
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|}
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<br>
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== Panel discussion<br>  ==
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We are pleased to include a panel discussion again this year.<br>
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The topic for our panel is "Mobile Testing Strategy":<br>
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Given the amount of mobile platforms and devices, and the speed of development in this area, how can we ensure that our applications are tested in a representative manner? What kinds of projects are suited to a certain strategy, or what strategies must be avoided by some projects? We've chosen the panel members so that they represent some of the options available for mobile testing - using open device labs, crowd sourcing, cloud testing and inhouse testing.
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Panel members<br>
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Dr._Frank_Simon Dr. Frank Simon] from BlueCarat - Moderator
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*[http://klick-ass.com Andre Jay Meissner] from [http://adobe.com Adobe] and [http://lab-up.org LabUp!]/[http://opendevicelab.com OpenDeviceLab.com]
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Chris_Addis Chris Addis] from SOASTA
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Marcus_Schauber Marcus Schauber] from DB Systel GmbH
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2013_Talks#Georg_Hansbauer Georg Hansbauer] from Testbirds GmbH <br>
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There will be an opportunity during registration to enter questions for the panel, and, of course, plenty of time during the discussion.
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== Program committee<br> ==
  
*Ralph Müller, Eclipse Foundation
 
 
*Achim Lörke, BREDEX GmbH  
 
*Achim Lörke, BREDEX GmbH  
*Dr. Ina Schaefer, TU Braunschweig  
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*Prof. Dr. Ina Schaefer, TU Braunschweig  
 
*Peter Friese, Zühlke Engineering GmbH
 
*Peter Friese, Zühlke Engineering GmbH
  
 
== Timeline  ==
 
== Timeline  ==
  
*May 2013 Call for Papers begins
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*<strike>May 2013 Call for Papers begins</strike>
* 21st June Call for Papers closes
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*<strike>21st June Call for Papers closes</strike>
* 1st July Speakers informed and registration opens
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*<strike>End of July Speakers informed and registration opens &lt;strike&gt;</strike>
* 25th September Testing Day
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*25th September Testing Day
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<br>
  
 
== Be a sponsor  ==
 
== Be a sponsor  ==
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== Sponsors and supporting organizations<br>  ==
 
== Sponsors and supporting organizations<br>  ==
  
The Eclipse Testing Day is made possible by sponsors and supporting organizations. If you would like to sponsor, see the [[Eclipse Testing Day 2013 Sponsors|Sponsoring Page]] for details. <br>  
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The Eclipse Testing Day is made possible by sponsors and supporting organizations. If you would like to sponsor or support, see the [[Eclipse Testing Day 2013 Sponsors|Sponsoring Page]] for details. <br>  
  
 
=== Sponsors  ===
 
=== Sponsors  ===
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[http://www.eclipse.org http://www.eclipse.org]  
 
[http://www.eclipse.org http://www.eclipse.org]  
  
[[Image:Bredex.png|BREDEX]]  
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[[Image:Bredex mobile logo.png|BREDEX]]  
  
 
[http://www.bredex.de http://www.bredex.de]  
 
[http://www.bredex.de http://www.bredex.de]  
  
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.  
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BREDEX GmbH is software development and consulting company based in Braunschweig, Germany. Alongside individual customer software development for desktop and mobile applications, 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.  
  
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[[Image:Diazhilterscheid.jpeg|Diaz & Hilterscheid GmbH]]
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[http://www.diazhilterscheid.com http://www.diazhilterscheid.com]
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Díaz &amp; Hilterscheid offers worldwide professional consultancy services and IT solutions in business-related and technical projects within the financial sector and industry.
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In the areas of financial services, IT management and quality services and computer law, our all-encompassing process covers everything from the analysis to the design and the release into production.
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As an accredited training provider we give staff training courses in several languages on the subject of quality assurance.
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The conferences organized by Díaz &amp; Hilterscheid are a meeting place for international visitors, exhibitors and renowned presenters from the industry sector. The Testing Experience magazine has hundreds of thousands of readers worldwide.
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www.diazhilterscheid.com<br>
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[[Image:EclipseSource.jpg]]
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[http://eclipsesource.com http://eclipsesource.com]
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[[Image:SOASTA logo 64px.png]]
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[http://www.soasta.com/ www.soasta.com]
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SOASTA is our beer sponsor for the Eclipse Testing Day.
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[[Image:DG Logo with claim.jpg|Developer Garden]]
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[http://www.developergarden.com www.developergarden.com]
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Developer Garden ([http://www.developergarden.com www.developergarden.com]) is the developer ecosystem of Deutsche Telekom.
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It is the central hub for software developers and business partners to easily access advanced technologies and core services.
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Developer Garden offers a broad product portfolio of web services, tools and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for smart and efficient software development. It provides developers, large, medium and small companies of all industries e.g. with new ways to enhance and monitor the quality, security and performance of their applications. Integrating Developer Garden’s services offers infinite ways of unlocking new business potential to drive revenue and customer loyalty while reducing time-to-market.
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Developer Garden offers powerful tools for testing and quality monitoring of mobile apps such as [https://www.developergarden.com/apis/apis-sdks/code-analyzer/ Code Analyzer] and [https://www.developergarden.com/apis/apis-sdks/app-monitor/ App Monitor]<br>
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[[Image:Gfb small.png|GFB Softwareentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH]]
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[http://www.gfb-softwareentwicklung.de/ http://www.gfb-softwareentwicklung.de/]
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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.
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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.
  
 
=== Supporting Organizations  ===
 
=== Supporting Organizations  ===
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[[Image:TestingExperience banner quadrat.jpg|Testing Experience]]
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[http://www.testingexperience.com/ http://www.testingexperience.com/]
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[[Image:Objektspektrum.jpg]]
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[http://www.sigs-datacom.de/fachzeitschriften/objektspektrum.html OBJEKTspektrum, SIGS DATACOM]
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[[Image:Professionaltesterlogo.gif|Professional Tester]]
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[http://www.professionaltester.com/ http://www.professionaltester.com/]
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[[Image:Logo mqz200px.png]]
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[http://www.mobileqazone.com/ http://www.mobileqazone.com/]<br>
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[[Image:MobileAppsTesting.jpg|200px]]<br>
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[http://www.MobileAppsTesting.com MobileAppsTesting.com]<br>
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<br>
  
 
== Contact  ==
 
== Contact  ==
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*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2011 '''Eclipse Testing Day 2011''']  
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse_Testing_Day_2011 '''Eclipse Testing Day 2011''']  
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseTestingDay2010 '''Eclipse Testing Day 2010''']
 
*[http://wiki.eclipse.org/EclipseTestingDay2010 '''Eclipse Testing Day 2010''']
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Twitter hashtag: #etd2013

Contents

[edit] Round ups of the testing day

Thanks for a great day everyone!

  1. BREDEX
  2. Florian Pirchner

[edit] About the Testing Day

2013 is the fourth consecutive year of the Eclipse Testing Day - a not-for-profit, full-day event dedicated to topics in testing. The event is organised by BREDEX GmbH and the Eclipse Foundation.

This year, the focus is on mobile testing.

Topics of interest include:

  1. Eclipse projects with mobile aspects - and their testing
  2. Cross-platform development and testing for mobile applications
  3. Eclipse tooling for developing and testing mobile applications
  4. UX design in mobile projects
  5. Case studies of mobile testing projects
  6. Mobile testing as a part of the application lifecycle
  7. Comparisons between testing in desktop and in mobile projects
  8. Manual, automated and crowd testing for mobile projects


[edit] Date, time and venue

The Eclipse Testing Day 2013 will take place on 25th September 2013 from 8.30am to 5pm, followed by an evening reception.

The day will be hosted in the Commundo Tagungshotel Darmstadt:

Commundo Tagungshotel
27 Hilpertstraße Darmstadt,
HE 64295, DE

Registration for the Eclipse Testing Day is now open at eclipsetestingday.eventbrite.com.

[edit] Ticket prices

As the event is not-for-profit, the ticket prices are reduced to their minimum, and cover the costs of catering and room rental.

  • Eclipse Foundation members : 30€ net.
  • Non-members: 48€ net.
  • We also have a limited amount of student tickets for 28€ net.

Registration for the Eclipse Testing Day is now open at eclipsetestingday.eventbrite.com.

[edit] Agenda

The day will begin with registration at 8.00 am.


8.00
Registration opens


8.45-9.00
Welcome


9.00-9.45
Keynote: Flying sharks with Eclipse m2m
Florian Pirchner
Slides
9.45-10.20
Energy testing and optimization of mobile applications
Claas Wilke, TU Dresden
Slides
10.20-10.50
Coffee Break


10.50-11.25
Testing software the crowdsourced way – How to enhance software quality by utilizing real people and real devices
Georg Hansbauer, Testbirds
Slides
11.25-12.00
Quality assurance for mobile applications – case studies for GUI test automation
Alexandra Schladebeck, BREDEX GmbH
Slides
12.00-12.35
Testing of Mobile Solutions: Old wine in new skins?
Dr. Frank Simon, Dr. Marcus Iwanowski, BLUECARAT AG
Slides
12.35-14.00
Lunch


14.00-15.30
Panel discussion (see below)


15.30-16.00

Coffee Break



16.00-16.35
Mobile Cross-platform development and testing with Eclipse technologies
Jochen Krause, Eclipse Source

16.35-17.10
Post-release monitoring of apps
Richard Süselbeck, Deutsche Telekom AG

17.10-19.30
Evening reception



[edit] Panel discussion

We are pleased to include a panel discussion again this year.

The topic for our panel is "Mobile Testing Strategy":

Given the amount of mobile platforms and devices, and the speed of development in this area, how can we ensure that our applications are tested in a representative manner? What kinds of projects are suited to a certain strategy, or what strategies must be avoided by some projects? We've chosen the panel members so that they represent some of the options available for mobile testing - using open device labs, crowd sourcing, cloud testing and inhouse testing.

Panel members

There will be an opportunity during registration to enter questions for the panel, and, of course, plenty of time during the discussion.


[edit] Program committee

  • Achim Lörke, BREDEX GmbH
  • Prof. Dr. Ina Schaefer, TU Braunschweig
  • Peter Friese, Zühlke Engineering GmbH

[edit] Timeline

  • May 2013 Call for Papers begins
  • 21st June Call for Papers closes
  • End of July Speakers informed and registration opens <strike>
  • 25th September Testing Day


[edit] Be a sponsor

As in previous years, the Testing Day will be supported by sponsors and supporting organizations. There are various options for sponsorship of the Eclipse Testing Day 2013.

See the Sponsoring Page for details.


[edit] Sponsors and supporting organizations

The Eclipse Testing Day is made possible by sponsors and supporting organizations. If you would like to sponsor or support, see the Sponsoring Page for details.

[edit] Sponsors

Eclipse

http://www.eclipse.org

BREDEX

http://www.bredex.de

BREDEX GmbH is software development and consulting company based in Braunschweig, Germany. Alongside individual customer software development for desktop and mobile applications, 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.

Diaz & Hilterscheid GmbH

http://www.diazhilterscheid.com

Díaz & Hilterscheid offers worldwide professional consultancy services and IT solutions in business-related and technical projects within the financial sector and industry.

In the areas of financial services, IT management and quality services and computer law, our all-encompassing process covers everything from the analysis to the design and the release into production.

As an accredited training provider we give staff training courses in several languages on the subject of quality assurance.

The conferences organized by Díaz & Hilterscheid are a meeting place for international visitors, exhibitors and renowned presenters from the industry sector. The Testing Experience magazine has hundreds of thousands of readers worldwide.

www.diazhilterscheid.com

EclipseSource.jpg

http://eclipsesource.com

SOASTA logo 64px.png

www.soasta.com

SOASTA is our beer sponsor for the Eclipse Testing Day.

Developer Garden

www.developergarden.com

Developer Garden (www.developergarden.com) is the developer ecosystem of Deutsche Telekom.

It is the central hub for software developers and business partners to easily access advanced technologies and core services.

Developer Garden offers a broad product portfolio of web services, tools and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for smart and efficient software development. It provides developers, large, medium and small companies of all industries e.g. with new ways to enhance and monitor the quality, security and performance of their applications. Integrating Developer Garden’s services offers infinite ways of unlocking new business potential to drive revenue and customer loyalty while reducing time-to-market.

Developer Garden offers powerful tools for testing and quality monitoring of mobile apps such as Code Analyzer and App Monitor

GFB Softwareentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH

http://www.gfb-softwareentwicklung.de/

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.

[edit] Supporting Organizations

Testing Experience

http://www.testingexperience.com/

Objektspektrum.jpg

OBJEKTspektrum, SIGS DATACOM

Professional Tester

http://www.professionaltester.com/

Logo mqz200px.png

http://www.mobileqazone.com/

MobileAppsTesting.jpg

MobileAppsTesting.com


[edit] Contact

For more information email the Eclipse Testing Team

[edit] Previous Testing Days