Call for Papers for VERIFY 2007, Crystal City, VA
Call for Papers and a chance to win free attendance to VERIFY 2007, Crystal City, VA, Oct 29 and 30, 2007
VERIFY is seeking presenters to discuss automated testing, security testing, and general testing in a variety of different contexts.
If you have a presentation that fits within those categories we would like to hear from you. We are especially interested in innovative ways to do automated software testing; experiences with specific security testing implementations and general testing best practices.
Send an email to the respective track chairs with your presentation suggestion – see the email addresses here for the specific track chairs http://verifyconference.com/content/view/17/56/
The deadline for sending a presentation suggestion, including title, abstract, and bio, is May 30, 2007
Acceptance letters will go out June 30, 2007
Final presentations need to be submitted by Aug 30, 2007
We have developed an Automated Software Testing survey. Three selected survey participants are eligible to win free attendance at VERIFY 2007 – a $850 value/each. To participate in the survey click here http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=267783652245
(this survey has also been posted in the Automation forum)
Survey participant winners will be announced on the VERIFY 2007 conference website – see http://verifyconference - and in the Automation Forum on August 30
If there are any questions please contact any of the track chairs listed here http://verifyconference.com/content/view/17/56/
The VERIFY 2007 team
Re: Call for Papers for VERIFY 2007, Crystal City, VA
The VERIFY 2007 Call for Papers has been extended until June 15, 2007.
If you have the relevant background to give a presentation that fits within those categories listed below we would like to hear from you. Each session is 50 minutes.
• Automated software testing techniques
• Automated test harnesses and frameworks
• Automated software testing during the software lifecycle
• ROI or benefits of automated software testing
• Automated software testing success stories
• Automated software testing challenges and pitfalls
• Automated software testing using vendor provided tools (i.e. IBM, HP, Com-puware, etc.)
• Automated software testing using open-source testing tools and/or using in-house developed scripts
• Automated software testing and standards
• Automated software testing case studies, success stories and failures, lessons learned
• Assuring security in opaque software (e.g., legacy software, third party software, COTS software)
• Security test strategies and test plans
• Building good non-functional security requirements
• ROI or other benefits from security testing
• Compliance testing against regulatory concerns (PCI, HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, etc)
• Traceability as it relates to security
• Case studies in security testing
• Metrics around security testing
• Experiences, lessons learned with security testing tools
• Creating good security tests
• Testing AJAX/Web 2.0 Applications
• Testing Web Services (SOA) Applications
• Building good security requirements from functional requirements
• Test Measurements and Metrics
• Quality Testing Techniques
• Performance, Stress, and Load Testing
• Agile Environment Testing
• Defect Prevention
• Smoke & Regression Testing
• Test Plan Generation
• Test Case Development; ROI of Testing
• Testing Throughout the Lifecycle
• Risk Based Testing
• Test-driven Development
• Requirements Traceability Testing
• Embedded system testing
Please send your submissions to:
VERIFY 2007 Co-Chair
VERIFY 2007, Crystal City, VA
The VERIFY 2007 agenda has been finalized. We have gathered a group of excellent presenters with a variety of backgrounds.
Today is the last day for the Early Bird Discount registration - register now and save - be sure to select Registration Type "Early Bird."
Don't forget - you can win free attendance to VERIFY 2007 by filling out this Automated Software Testing survey
Winners will be announced here August 31.
Re: VERIFY 2007, Crystal City, VA
going off topic I guess...
why don't you book a plane and hotel to Europe and hold a convention similar to "verify" around here???
I'm sure you'd get your audience here as well considering the fact that not just your books are appreciated around here...
reason for that inquiry: big boss not allowing me to attend a convention in the US as it's too costly... And so far I was not able to find conventions of the same value as the ones in the US in Europe...
Schedule one for Europe as well - I'm sure you'll like it over here..