Announcing DEWT2

The 2nd DEWT workshop will take place on October 5-6th in Hotel Bergse Bossen Driebergen, the Netherlands. DEWTis a workshop that falls into the series of peer workshops on testing like LAWST, LEWT, SWET and GATE.

The main theme of this peer workshop will be:

Experience Reports: Implementing Context-Driven Testing

The twitter hashtag for this peer conference will is #DEWT2.


Friday, October 5 

18.00 – 19.00 Opening Remarks
19.00 –  –.–  Food, drinks, puzzles & lightning talks
Jean-Paul Varwijk on a context-driven test approach
Zeger van Hese on intakes

Saturday, October 6

09.00 – 09.15 Opening Remarks
09.15 – 10.00 IlariHenrik Aegerter – Introducing context-driven testing at Ebay
10.00 – 10.45 Markus Gärtner – What I learned from coaching a context-driven tester
10.45 – 11.30 Ray Oei – Workshop RST/CDT at clients and or Teaching testers at AST
11.30 – 13.00 Lunch, Walk in the forest, Group photo

13.00 – 14.00 Ruud Cox – Testing medical devices, a context-driven spin-off
14.00 – 15.00 Huib Schoots – Context-driven testing at Rabobank International
15.00 – 16.00 Test lab / live test / dojo
16.00 – 17.00 Open podium

*The current program is provisional and can be changed if the group so desires.

23 people will participate in DEWT2.

Markus Gartner (Germany), Ilari Henrik Aegerter (Switserland), Tony Bruce (UK), Gerard Drijfhout, Pascal Dufour, Rob van Steenbergen, Derk Jan de Grood, Joep Schuurkes, Leon Bosma, Bryan Bakker, Lilian Nijboer, Philip-Jan Bosch

Adrian Canlon, Ruud Cox, Philip Hoeben, Zeger van Hese (Belgium), Jeanne Hofmans, Joris Meerts, Ray Oei , Jeroen Rosink, Huib Schoots, Peter Simon Schrijver, Jean-Paul Varwijk

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