Je Ne Meme Pas

I fell in love with ‘memes’ and I love the EuroSTAR conferences. What better way to honor both loves by combining them.

A ‘meme’ (pronounced as “meeem’, rhyming to team) is a virally-transmitted cultural symbol or social idea. The majority of modern memes are captioned photos that are intended to be funny, often as a way to publicly ridicule human behavior. Some memes have heavier and more philosophical content, but sometimes they can also help in learning and letting you remember things more effectively.

This is where this submission comes from. I can’t think of a better way than to have testing lessons, whether they are from EuroSTAR conferences of the past – the lessons I found valuable from my 10 times attending- OR even lessons learned from EuroSTAR 2018 summarized shortly and snappy, with the guidance of memes.

One often says that a pictures says more than a 1000 words. Modern memes certainly do! I also often see ‘sketchnotes’ from conferences because images make attendees remember the tracks and things they learned. Imagine what a collection of memes can do!

  • Speaker


    Nathalie Rooseboom de Vries van Delft - Managing Testconsultant, Capgemini Netherlands, netherlands

    Nathalie is an energetic, passionate and ambitious software and system test manager, test architect and –adviser. She puts the the question mark behind technological solutions and digital innovations.
    Since 2004 she participated in and lead various projects in the financial domain, retail domain and public transport and has gained a solid experience with testing, coordinating and managing test activities within a diverse palette of development and management methods -including Prince2, IAD, SCRUM and SAFe- and types of organization.
    As a true “TestPassionista” she’s very active in her area of expertise as (inter)national speaker, publicist and board member of the BNTQB. As ‘FunTESTic’ she puts the fun into testing and she’s even embedded testing in her hobby as Casualty Simulation victim, where she ‘test’ first-aiders, first responders and medical personnel.