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On November 3-4, Heisenbug will take place in Moscow, Russia.

It is a large technical conference that brings together more than 1000 experts in testing. Most of them are testers, programmers who develop tests for their code, experts in automatic and load testing, and team managers thinking about improving the testing efficiency in their projects. The conference program consists of technical talks on practical and hardcore testing in real projects.

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Heisenbug 2020 November, November 3-4, Moscow

Even if you have already visited dozens of cities, Moscow will always have a place in your heart. This is the largest Russian city with over 12 millions of citizens.

There is a great variety of landmarks in Moscow, some of them were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most famous are: the Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, the Armoury Chamber. If you plan to stay in Moscow for a while, don't forget to pay a visit to the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and the Tretyakov Gallery.

By the way, you'll also have an opportunity to enjoy a symphony of Russian cuisine, national drinks and spirits :) Evening Moscow offers its guests a wide range of entertainment that will satisfy even the demanding ones.

We invite you to get acquainted with this city as a speaker at our conference!

Topics

Functional testing:

best practices;
tools;
testing theory;
games;
AR/VR.

Load testing:

best practices;
tools (JMeter, Gatling, wrk2, Yandex.Tank, …);
experiments planning approaches (verification of stability, fault tolerance, capacity, queue processing, …);
approaches to the results' analysis;
capacity planning.

SDET:

programming languages;
frameworks;
best practices;
visual testing;
mobile testing;
backend testing;
web testing.

DevOps in testing:

continuous integration;
continuous deployment;
tooling;
clouds;
servers;
VM.

Speakers

Speakers of the previous conferences, for the most part, need no introduction. And among them there is always a place for new stars!

Alan PageUnity
Rex BlackRBCS
Michael BoltonDevelopSense
Ilari Henrik AegerterHouse of Test GmbH
Julia AtlyginaALM Works
Simon StewartWebdriver
Anton AngelovProgress
Ekaterina BateevaTinkoff.ru
Artem EroshenkoYandex
Claudio CriscioneGoogle
Anna ChernyshovaEPAM Systems
Dan CuellarAppium
Antonina KhisametdinovaSobaka Pavlova
Jan Jaap CannegieterSquerist
Marc PhilippJUnit
Alexey RagozinDeutsche Bank
Irina PchelintsevaYandex
Olga MegorskayaYandex
Vitaly FriedmanSmashing Magazine
Iván LópezObject Computing, Inc.
Rhian Lewis
Alexey BarantsevSoftware-Testing.Ru
Ingo PhilippTricentis

Ready?

Our Program Committee will impartially review your application, regardless of whether you were previously at conferences, your skin color, sex, race, orientation, and favorite IDE.

0Submitting a talk
1Approval of the talk
2Working
with the Program Committee
3Arrival
at the conference
4Cultural activities / Preparty
5Conference
6Afterparty
with colleagues
7Lots of memories
8Preparation
of а new talk

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Community

The professional conference covers a really large part of the community. Let's count: more than 1000 professionals on the site, no less than 100 online broadcasts, including the corporate ones which covers the entire departments. And that's just the beginning. Videos and articles in professional communities also make it possible to achieve a prolonged effect for many months even after the end of the conference. This means that your knowledge and skills will be in demand by as many professionals in your area as possible.

And remember two rules:

QA + automation engineer
34%
QA engineer
33%
QA lead / QA head
15%
Developer
6%
Team lead
6%
Others
6%

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