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QualiTest and PractiTest are proud to announce the third OnlineTestConf

QualiTest and PractiTest are back at it again for the third time! Join in on the third OnlineTestConf that anyone can participate in.

The third OnlineTestConf will take place on Nov 28-29, 2017 at 10am-3pm EST and between 4-9 PM CET.  The chief sponsors are QualiTestPractiTest  and Xceptance, and with additional sponsorship from TeaTime with Testers and SoftwareTestingTools.  The current presenter lineup includes the testing world’s following thought leaders: James Bach, Danny Faught, PractiTest’s Joel Montvelisky, Lalitkumar Bhamare, Karishma Kolli, Jesper Ottosen, Michael Sowers, Robert Lambert, and Kristel Kruustük.

 

OnlineTestConf was the first ever conference around Testing and Quality Assurance to be 100% online and free of charge for all attendees, so there’s no need for travel or hotel reservations.  The first 2 events surpassed 2,000 and 3,000 registrants respectively, and included presentations by QualiTest’s very own Ayal Zylberman, Kevin Wilkes and Richard Morgan.  Users may sign up for sessions at no cost from the conference’s site www.onlinetestconf.com  (the quick link to sign up is http://bit.ly/2y3HigG), with live coverage and follow-up from the event’s twitter account – @OnlineTestConf.

 

PractiTest Chief Solution Architect Joel Montvelisky said, “This is the 3rd Online Test Conference in 18 months, and we are incredibly happy with the attention and encouragement we are getting from the field as well as from the level of interest from testers around the world.  This session’s presenters bring a mix of experience and interesting stories that will help testers from all levels of experience to gain value and cool ideas to implement in their daily work. We are also happy to have the cooperation of partners, such as QualiTest, to help us spread the word and sponsor the operations.”

 

QualiTest Chief Marketing Officer Ami Sterling added, “Physical conferences often present financial, geographical, logistical and hierarchical limitations on attendees.  By allowing people to join for free remotely, anyone can attend any webinar (complete with Q&A session) while only expending the time allowance of the webinar itself.  While the presentation style and experience is slightly less interactive, OnlineTestConf succeeds with its focus on live broadcasting with a scalable remote audience joining remotely, enabling a real learning experience that is highly accessible to all software testers.”