posted by Allen Hutchison, Engineering Manager A few months ago we announced that we would be holding a Google Test Automation Conference in New York City on August 23-24. Today, I'm happy to tell you that we've finalized the speaker list and have opened the attendee registration process.The conference is completely free; however, because we have room for only 150 people, everyone who wishes to attend must apply and be accepted. You can apply to attend via this link, and we'll let you know by June 15 if your application has been accepted.
At last year's conference, we found that the informal hallway discussions were tremendously valuable to everyone who came, and we would like to continue that custom. Therefore, the main point in the application process is to tell us how you can contribute to the conversation and what you would like to learn from the conference.
To get you started, here is what our speakers will be talking about:
I had played with UCBLogo for two weeks and hadn’t made it crash once. Brian brought the whole thing down in three commands. The most telling part is that when I tried to reproduce the defect a week later I couldn’t. I issued rt with a ton of 9s and just couldn’t get it to break. As it turns, it only crashes when you omit the space, which of course I didn’t think of doing. It took me more time to reproduce the defect than it took Brian to discover it.