Not an STD - On Robots, Language & Humans

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Hi Testers,

You might have heard that I have withdrawn my presentation from SwissQ's for-profit conference Swiss Testing Day and that I won't speak at that conference anymore.

(tl;dr: It's probably about profit maximisation & greed)
Details here: https://www.ilari.com/blog/files/PayToSpeak.html

That is why I want to give this presentation - for free - at the Context-Driven Software Testing Meetup - on the evening before STD. Here's the abstract:

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On Robots, Language & Humans

Historically, Software Testing and Software Development have always made use of automation. We have a powerful tool on our hands and it helps us to accelerate and enhance our own capabilities. However, there have been some misunderstandings that lead to unreasonable expectations. Software Testing has often been partitioned in what is called “manual” and “automated” testing. This session will have a look into some of the thinking pitfalls and explore the capabilities and limitations of automation in testing. It is ultimately a session about Robots, Language and Humans.
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Looking forward to meeting you there.

Cheerio & Happy Testing
Ilari