The popular Lets Test conference is being held this year in Cape Town. There is an amazing line up of local and international speakers this year; covering tools, workshops, and straight presentations. The keynote is being delivered by Leo Hepis on "Its context-driven, not cult driven testing" which is going to be an explosive start to the event.
If you are not familiar with Lets Test, here is a short description about what makes the conference tick, straight from the organisers mouth:
"When we say ”for testers, by testers” we mean that our main goal for these conferences is to make them a valuable experience for all participants, not to maximize profit. We are ourselves part of a team made up of serious, passionate and professional testers that back in 2011 decided that it was time to set up a context-driven testing conference in Europe. Since the inaugural Let’s Test conference in 2012, some team members have left and others have been added, and the conference has expanded to been organized in Australia as well as in Europe, and South Africa. We’re happy to see the Let’s Test family grow, but regardless of where you visit a Let’s Test conference, you can be sure that we’ll never compromise on the “for testers, by testers” principle."
Our own director, Chris Tite will be attending the 2019 SA edition, fresh off hosting this week's Instruct event, sharing on agile people development. Chris is being joined by Charne Dall our resident test guru and Nathan Van Wyk our test lead from our sister skills company Pivot.
The event runs from Sunday, 24th to 26th November. See the full program here. If you are in Cape Town then drop by and catch up with us there.
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