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Testing Conferences CircleCI License: MIT

This is a simple list of software testing conferences and workshops published collaboratively with the testing community.

Quick Start

  1. Clone or download the project and cd project dir

git clone cd

  1. Make sure you've got Docker (or Orbstack) installed and Run the setup process


Contributing Guidelines

The list of events is driven by files in the _data folder - if you have an update for those things, just change the current.yml and past.yml files and send a PR.

  • The order of the events listed in current.yml and past.yml dictates the order displayed, please make sure to properly insert events.
  • If possible, spell out the conference name and add the abbreviation. Otherwise just use the abbreviation:
    • Example: Workshop on Performance and Reliability (WOPR)
  • If the conference name has a colon (:), place the entire name in quotes. Otherwise this can cause build errors.
    • Example: "test:fest 2099" or "IBCU: Workshop on Testing 2099"
  • Include the year
    • Sometimes workshops use a version instead of a year
      • Example: Workshop on Performance and Reliability (WOPR) 24
  • Don't include the @ symbol for the twitter handle. If there is no twitter option, leave it blank
  • Optionally include a status such as:
    • CFP is open / closed (CFP == Call for Proposal)
    • CFP is closed
    • Early Bird Registration is open
    • Registration is open / closed
    • Feel free to put in dates about when things expire
    • Feel free to put the status as a link to the correct place
  • Optionally include a link to a conference video playlist. This will only appear for past conferences and can be added directly to the past.yml file.
    • These should be videos from the conference presentations or talks. No marketing videos please.

Eligible Conferences and Workshops

Focus is a goal of this project and as a result, only conferences, un-conferences and workshops that are specifically for software testing are listed. That means that if a conference covers software testing, but is not specifically for testers, then it is left out.

A good heuristic for whether a conference should be included is if its name includes Test(ing) or Quality and/or how it describes itself.

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