Day three of the premier testing conference in Europe has just started. This year the event takes place in Manchester, UK from 21st to 24th of November. Again, numerous smart testing folks flew in to take part in the conference – the program schedule abounds in names of software testing celebrities like Gojko Adzic, Michael Bolton, James Whittaker, Dorothy Graham, and many more. Running along with the conference session tracks there is the EuroSTAR Test Lab which provides a dedicated setup to help attendees get involved and do some real testing in a live test environment. There are real systems to test, the tools needed to test it, and expert assistance on hand from experienced Test Lab staff.

Naturally, you can imagine our own excitement to be taking part and sponsoring EuroSTAR for the first time this year. Better yet, Telerik is also one of the Test Labs’ sponsors thus making it possible for EuroSTAR attendees to give our software testing tool – Test Studio a try. Our testing solutions specialist Dan Levy will be speaking in front of the Test Labs audience on “Rethinking Functional and Performance Testing” on Thursday, November 24 @ 2pm.

Rather not surprisingly, Telerik’s booth enjoys the huge interest of the EuroSTAR crowd not only because of the cool swag we’ve prepared for the conference (“I never guess. I test” t-shirts, cute dancing robots, “Tester’s Survival Kits”, and an iPad2 to be raffled among visitors) but also to see a demo and learn more of Telerik’s Test Studio.

If you are @ EuroSTAR, make sure you stop by Telerik’s booth #57 – some cool surprises await you there! If not – get the latest bits from the event by following #esconfs on Twitter.


Antonia-Bozhkova
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Antonia Bozhkova

 is a Product Marketing Manager for Test Studio and Fiddler. Enthusiastic about entrepreneurship and innovation, Antonia enjoys learning from like-minded software developers and testers which also helps her shy away from using marketing lingo in her writing. When she’s not behind the keyboard she likes to be out to sea. Antonia can be found on Twitter as @Bonbonia.

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