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TU 2021 : Testing United 2021 Conference

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Link: http://www.testingunited.com
 
When Nov 11, 2021 - Nov 12, 2021
Where Prague
Submission Deadline Mar 31, 2021
Categories    conference   testing   QA   virtual reality
 

Call For Papers

Welcome to Testing United 2021 conference taking place at Prague. Testing United aims at
uniting IT professionals interested in the testing profession, whether they see themselves as
testers, developers, users or whatever function-title. It is all about skills, knowledge and visions
on the awesome testing profession. Are you thinking of speaking at international testing conference? Great, we have an
opportunity for you! Call for papers for Testing United 2021 is open now and we are looking
for speakers that would share their experience with testing community. The theme of this
year’s conference is “ 2021 QA Odyssey – stepping out of post-covid (dis)comfort zone”. We
are focusing on real life stories of failures and lessons learned in your testing journey.

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