CopenhagenContext 2017 – Call For Papers

CC-2017_Paul_HollandToday (September 15th, 2016) we’re opening the Call for Papers (CFP) for CopenhagenContext 2017 to be held September 21st and 22nd, 2017 at the Tivoli Congress Center, downtown Copenhagen (DK).

You can submit your proposal via the Speaker Application Form – (CFP) which will be open until 23:59:59 (UTC) November 15th, 2016.

 

Let’s step it up with context-driven testing

We are tremendously excited to invite you to apply to be a speaker at the 2017 edition of CopenhagenContext. The theme will be “Let’s step it up with context-driven testing”.

Through many, many years of extraordinary effort by many outstanding and outspoken software testers context-driven testing (CDT) has slowly become more common with a noticeable uptake in popularity over the past few years. Many companies that until very recently had only adopted highly documentation driven “traditional” test cases have started to investigate using CDT – although in a large number of companies it is still not an accepted testing methodology. As CDT is growing in popularity it no longer generates a mysterious almost fantastical attitude of disbelief but instead is slowly being adopted by more companies as a more effective and efficient method of testing software.

At CopenhagenContext 2017 we are looking to present methodologies, concepts, experiences, and ideas that can help carry CDT from the fringes of software testing awareness into the mainstream. If you have a particular success story or a story of failure in adopting (or attempting to adopt) CDT at your company; or have developed a method of planning, performing, or reporting CDT; or you helped train management, peers or testers new to CDT then we would love to hear your story. Remember, we can learn as much from stories of failure as well as success. Please consider submitting any presentation that could help take CDT to the next level.

We are looking for submissions from EVERYONE. Whether you are a conference veteran seasoned speaker or someone who has only started to consider that you may want to possibly contemplate the chance of perhaps one day speaking at a conference – we want to hear what you have to share.

 

This is your chance. Tell us your story.

Now we call YOU to action. Engage with us with a compelling story about context-driven testing and let’s make next year’s conference a wonderful learning experience for all.

Click HERE to send us your proposals. It is on you to make this as much of a success as you can handle. You will have time to craft your proposal until November 15th, 2016 (at the latest). Impress us and you will be on the program.

 

Cheers,

Paul Holland, Medidata Solutions (US)

CopenhagenContext 2017 – Program Chair

 

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Email: COCO (at) CopenhagenContext (dot) com
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