10 Test Events to Attend in 2022 | Agilitest blog

Even if the pandemic crisis has had a huge impact on the event industry, many testing events are finally coming back in 2022. We have selected for you 10 test events not to be missed this year.

TSQA 2022

Date: March 9–10, 2022

Where: Online event

Main subjects: Machine learning and artificial intelligence in testing, best testing tools and technologies, testing methodologies, automation concepts…

The TSQA 2022 online conference features internationally known speakers and session leaders. This event is organized by Triangle Software Quality Association, which is created to promote software innovation through networking and professional training opportunities.

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Virtual IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification, and Validation (ICST) 2022

Date: April 4–13, 2022

Where: online

This event is intended to provide a common forum for engineers, scientists, researchers and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings and ideas in software testing, verification and validation. This year celebrates the 15th edition of IEEE International Conference on Software Testing, Verification and Validation (ICST).

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StarEast 2022

Date: April 24–29, 2022

Where: Orlando, Florida, and online

Main subjects: test automation frameworks and tools, analytics, big data, AI for testing, agile testing methodology, DevOps test strategy…

These conferences are organized by TechWell, which helps companies to gain hands-on experience and training expertise in agility. This event is known as the most prestigious conferences on software testing and QA. It gathers a diverse international audience of experienced testing experts and will feature over 75 talks.

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AgileTD Open Air

Date: May, 17–19, 2022

Where: Blackfoot Beach, Cologne, Germany

The AgileTD Open Air Festival is an open air conference with 20 expert speakers. Interactive activities and workshops are offered during the two-day festival for hands-on learning about testing.

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JFTL (Journée Française des Tests Logiciels)

Date: June 13–14, 2022

Where: Paris, France

Main subjects: Test management and processes, testing techniques, best practice testing tutorials, practical lessons on different themes…

The JFTL is a French event which brings more than 1 200 attendees together, 40 sponsors and 16 conferences about expertise in software testing. This event is recognized as “the” meeting place for the French software testing community.

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EuroStar

Date: June 7–10, 2022

Where: Copenhagen, Denmark

EuroStar is a well-established event which was founded in 1993. This conference was created to bring the European testing community together, to connect and collaborate between passionate software testers. This year, they are celebrating 30 years of the EuroSTAR community.

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International Conference on Software Testing Process

Date: August 8–9, 2022

Where: Amsterdam, Netherlands and online

The International Conference on Software Testing Process is created to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences about software testing processes. Students are also welcome to attend the conference.

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Pacific NW Software Quality Conference 2022 (PNSQC)

Date: October 10–12, 2022

Where: Portland, Oregon, and online

The PNSQC conferences are one of the longest running software testing conferences. This event gathers attendees from corporations and universities from all over the world. It is dedicated to testers, managers, consultants, software quality engineers, and everyone enthusiastic about testing. PNSQC is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

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Testing Talks Conference

Date: October 20, 2022

Where: South Wharf, Australia

Main subjects:

Testing Talks Conference is a reunion for the community of Testing Talks Hub. Testing Talks Hub has been established to help people all around the world learn how to develop world-class automation frameworks. This event offers an opportunity to share, learn and reconnect in-person with games and prizes.

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Agile Testing Days

Date: November 21–24, 2022

Where: Postdam, Germany and online

Main subjects: Test automation, mobile testing, security testing, coding for testers…

The Agile Testing Days is an immersive event, similar to a festival, for the agile community. This conference provides a fun platform to learn and connect with others. The goal of this event is to create an inclusive, diverse and accessible event, and a safe place to share ideas between passionate people.

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