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Testing Stories

On Thursday, October 25th, after lunch, STPCon introduces “Testing Stories.” During this time, we will hear from 8 attendees; each will share their story, pitch, strategy or approach to testing, new methodology or a better way of using a common tool. Anything that they think the audience might benefit from hearing. Rules: First come, first […]

Breakfast & Networking

Time To Eat! It is our hope that when you leave STPCon, not only with many tips and tricks to take back to the office, but with stories of how much food you were able to consume in on a few short days. We love to eat at STPCon and we take pride in the […]

Breakfast & Networking

Time To Eat! It is our hope that when you leave STPCon, not only with many tips and tricks to take back to the office, but with stories of how much food you were able to consume in on a few short days. We love to eat at STPCon and we take pride in the […]

Lunch & Networking

Time To Eat! STPCon provides some of the best meals in the conference space. We like to eat, so why not eat well when you travel. The Sheraton Pentagon City catering staff will provide a well rounded spread for lunch. Including plenty of proteins, vegetables, pastas, breads and so on. There will be options for […]

Lunch & Networking

Time To Eat! STPCon provides some of the best meals in the conference space. We like to eat, so why not eat well when you travel. The Sheraton Pentagon City catering staff will provide a well rounded spread for lunch. Including plenty of proteins, vegetables, pastas, breads and so on. There will be options for […]

Keynote: Open Source is Dead

Does the software industry have the will to foster sustainable open source projects and allow healthy communities to thrive around them? How long can the industry survive under the current model that negatively affects companies, users, and maintainers in economic, technical, and even emotional ways? It would be lovely if the answers to these questions […]

Keynote: What the Hell Kind of Testing is That?

Many organizations are not ready to accept the differences between exploratory testing and more traditional testing methods. As testers who have an exploratory approach to testing, it can be challenging to gain acceptance and buy-in from leadership. Often times people you are trying to sell to are left asking “What the Hell Kind of Testing […]