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Conference on Software testing techniques, methods and ROI

Posted in Events and improvement,Software testing by testing in London on November 13, 2007

The Second Annual “Asia Pacific Software Testing Conference” will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on February 27th, 2008. The Pre & Post-conference workshops are scheduled on February 25th, 26th and 28th, 2008.

The conference theme is “Techniques, Methods and ROI”.

The conference aims to introduce proven and emerging techniques, methodologies, best practices, standards and innovations. The event promises to be a meeting point for the regional software testing community comprising of practitioners, consultants, experts, academia and testing tool providers.

The “Call for Papers” can be downloaded from 2nd software conference pdf. The submissions may be any of the following:

  • Test Automation
  • Testing for Security
  • Functional Testing includingDesigning Test Cases
  • Unit Testing including Testing Techniques, White and Black Box Testing
  • Web Testing
  • Performance & Load Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • Distributed Testing
  • Risk Based Software Testing Techniques
  • Software Testing Certifications
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Software Testing – Tools and Techniques
  • Test Techniques
  • Outsourced Testing
  • Test Measurements and Metrics
  • Test Methodologies
  • Test Strategy
  • Model based Testing
  • Object Oriented Testing
  • Agile Software Testing Strategies
  • Testing Tools
  • Testing for Large Projects
  • Software Test Management
  • Test Estimation
  • Agile Testing and Inspections

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