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EuroSTAR Volunteer Programme 2017
It has come around again. Another year, another EuroSTAR Software Testing Conference.
This year will be just as big and exciting as previous years. Again the delegate is at the heart what the EuroSTAR Conference is all about. This sees the return of the Test Lab, Community Huddle and Test Clinic to EuroSTAR. These are areas for delegates to relax, share ideas, here others thoughts, get help and discuss ideas and opinions.
Just like last year we are running a volunteer programme so that you can be a part of EuroSTAR and give back to the community. So if you fancy yourself as a testing expert, think you belong in the Huddle or want to experience a large conference for the first time, read on.
The Volunteer Programme at EuroSTAR gives you the chance to take part in Europe’s largest software testing Conference. There are a number of reasons why you should take part in the programme:
- Meet New People and New Friends
- Learn from Others
- Learn new skills
- Be Challenged
- Enhance a CV
There are a number of different programmes you can take part in too:
Filled with couches, games, and more, the Community Huddle is the home for conference delegates to get to know each other. it is the place to relax, chat, meet new people or just have some fun. The Huddle hosts events like Lean Coffee, Open Space, a testing book-swap, Soap Box events, Couch sessions, First-Time Attendees session and more.
The Test Lab is the location you want to be at to challenge your testing knowledge. With lots of environments, testable systems, tools, expert sessions and more, there is plenty happening. Each day there will be new challenges for you to try.
The Clinic is the place to get your testing problem solved. So if you have a problem with a tool, struggling with automation, trying to adopt Agile, there will be someone here that can answer your question.
The EuroSTAR Cadet programme is for those who are new to software testing and want to experience a software testing Conference for the first time. The role offers a number of testers just starting out in the testing world to attend one of the most prestigious software testing conferences. General duties of the role will involve helping out with directions for attendees, runner for Q & A sessions, helping speakers setup and more.
So nothing to hold you back. Why not volunteer?