Call for Papers - STAREAST 2003 - Orlando FL 5/12-5/16/2003
Have you got a software testing success story to tell? If
you're working on a test project that uses new methods or
technology that other teams could benefit from, I encourage
you to submit a proposal to speak at STAREAST 2003.
STAR is the largest and most respected conference in the
software testing industry. Its primary focus is to present
real-world software testing experiences and the techniques
that are making a difference in the workplace. The STAREAST
2003 Software Testing Conference kicks off May 12-16, 2003
in Orlando, Florida.
We invite you to submit a presentation proposal for this
premiere event based on your experiences and insight into
software testing issues. We're interested in hearing about:
- Projects you're working on
- Successes you've achieved
- Testing challenges you face
- The strategies you use to deal with them
We welcome talks on Internet/intranet testing, testing in
RAD or market-driven environments, client/server and
object-oriented test strategies, test automation, and
anything else that may be applicable to today's software
testing workplace. Proposals are due by December 2, 2002.
********************* IMPORTANT DATES *************************
Abstract Deadline Dec. 2, 2002
Notification Date Jan. 6, 2003
Conference Dates May 12-16, 2003
The time slot for a presentation at STAREAST 2003 is 45
minutes, including time allotted for questions.
Accompanying technical papers are encouraged in order to
provide conference delegates with additional details,
supporting material, and references.
ONE COMPLIMENTARY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION IS GRANTED FOR
EACH ACCEPTED PRESENTATION. Plus, the presenter of the Best
Presentation (as voted by the conference delegates) is asked
to return as a Featured Speaker at the next STAR conference.