The European Testing Excellence Award is presented annually by EuroSTAR to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the field of software testing within Europe. The award seeks to promote leadership, contribution and effectiveness in testing process and implementation.
Special recognition is given to those who serve the testing community and inspire other test professionals to take a collaborative approach to advancing the craft of software testing.
The Award recognises the people who have most influenced our testing careers – colleagues, mentors, coaches, team-leaders, visionaries, hard-workers, persuasive thinkers and so on… those who help us achieve more, be more, and aim for more by continuously striving for excellence in their work. The list of previous winners includes those very people who have worked tirelessly to inspire others to collectively advance the craft of testing over the last 20 years.
Who Should I Nominate?
A Testing Excellence Award Nominee should possess the following attributes:
Increased public awareness of the importance of software quality and testing
Contributed to the improvement of software development and testing processes
Advancing the publication of research findings in the field of software quality and testing
Promoting further education and lifelong learning in software quality and testing
Closing date for receipt of nominations is September 29th 2017.
2016 Winner: Graham Freeburn
The 2016 European Testing Excellence Award was presented to Graham Freeburn at the EuroSTAR Conference at Cafe Opera in Stockholm, Sweden. See Graham accepting the award from Dorothy Graham here: