Wow!!! Google has chosen the right place to hold the GTAC 2010, considering the league of passionate and sapient testers in India.On open communities, Indian testers have started making a bold mark and we understand testing is no-nonsense business.With Google giving so much importance to testability and tests, the rest of the world will soon get to realize the huge value it offers.I was blown over by Copeland's "Google's Innovation Factory (and how testing adapts)" talk at ICST 2010.Looking forward to attend the GTAC2010 and learn a lot...Happy Testing!!!Santosh Shukla, Proud Tester
I agree with Santosh that Google has chosen the right place for the conference. India!The world is realizing the sapience in testing that is being shown by the Indian test engineers and the companies are also getting focused to dive into this stream of business completely. With Google stressing more on the needs of testing, is really a great step to support the testing community.I was too keen to attend GTAC last year, but at the last minute the things could not work out. Looking forward to attend and learn from GTAC2010.-Vips
Great news ! I had the date and location right but not the theme ! :-)http://www.fredberinger.com/my-prediction-for-gtac-2010-real-time-web/
Will this conference by filmed for people who cannot travel to india?
@JohnJ - yes as usual we will tape and have on YouTube. All of our past talks can be found there (search for GTAC).
great news..I understand that the speakers will be chosen based on a rigorous process of shortlisting and voting but I could not see anything regarding the participants...any clue about how people can nominate and attend the conference?
@RajneeshRajneesh please refer to the FAQ page on the GTAC 2010 site for some initial details on when the "Call for Attendance" process will begin and what will the committee look for in terms of participant’s persona. When the sign-up process opens we will provide more in-depth details on the selection process. Thanks for your patience.
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