Testing Conference Dedicated 100% to Automation Testing

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Anyone who knows me knows that my mission is to help individuals and companies succeed with test automation awesomeness. That’s why I’m pleased to announce my new venture, Automation Guild an online testing conference dedicated 100% to automation testing.

The Automation Guild is an online test automation conference and community dedicated to helping you master the craft of creating test automation awesomeness and accelerate your test automation career

I plan on having some of the world’s leading test automation experts share with you some actionable automation awesomeness that you can implement right away to help improve your new or existing test automation projects.

The best part is that the conference will be 100% online and all sessions will be viewable forever. To ensure you’re getting the best quality and value, the sessions will be pre-recorded so you’ll have only the very best of the recorded presentation.

Why an online conference?

  • Valuable advice from automation experts from around the world – We've brought the best speakers in the world to bring you the knowledge you need to stay ahead of the curve in the automation testing field.
  • No expensive airline tickets or hotel room – Let’s face it: we need to keep learning. One of the most rewarding ways to do that is by attending conferences. Unfortunately, it's sometimes difficult to make it to a conference due to travel costs, the price of the conference ticket, or your ability to take time off.
  • Lifetime viewing access – At traditional conferences you often end up missing a session or two that you really wanted to attend. Or you forgot something that the presenter mentioned. Watch each Automation Guild session as many times as you like!
  • Actionable Automation Awesomeness – Not just PowerPoint presentations; real-world examples. Our goal is to offer high quality screen share sessions where the presenter is actually showing real-world examples as opposed to high-level slides.

The conference will most likely last four days, with a keynote session to kick off each day along with four or five presenters sharing different topics in test automation and DevOps in test.

Get in Early

This is tentatively scheduled for January 2017, but to determine whether there is enough interest I’m collecting emails now to help determine if this is something folks are interested in. If I get enough responses, I’ll make it happen.

Those of you that sign up now will be guaranteed an “early bird” special low rate when I open registration. And since you’re getting in on the ground floor, you’ll be able to shape the conference session content to match the areas you’re interested in. Questions can be asked in each session’s comment area, and folks that sign up early can send me questions they would like answered from a certain speaker.

Are you in? Register now for the lastest event, and let’s create some epic conference automation awesomeness!

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  1. Joe, perhaps you need to make sure the new site is finished before promoting it.

    Pricing is different but the package is the same, and the faqs are just hilarious.

    How can I get a refund?
    Don’t avoid “tricky” questions. Be as open as possible, this will create trust.

    What should you add to the FAQ?
    Answer upfront any questions they might have before buying your course. Collect all pre-sale questions and add them here. For every person willing to ask the question via mail, social media, forum,… dozens of others have the same question but never ask and leave your site without buying.

    1. Hi Richard – thanks for the comment! I’ve removed the other sections – since this in the early stages of planning to gage interest I was just trying to get something out there asap to see if this is something folks are interested in. Other than that do you think this having an online automation conference is a good idea? Thanks again for letting me know about this ~Cheers Joe

  2. I am interested. I am wondering how would the conference work? I would hope that participants would have access to recorded webinars to be able to access the content even in they were unable to make a session. How are you going to account for folks work schedules?



    1. Hi Vanessa! Yes – with your paid registration, you’ll also have lifetime access to all the conference videos, so you can look back and watch on your own schedule. If you can’t make a Q&A session live, all live aspects of the conference will also be recorded and uploaded to the site within 48 hours. In addition, you’ll receive access to the Automation Guild conference site and all its content for up to a year after the conference is over, affording you the opportunity to download it to your own device(s) where it can be kept for as long as you wish.

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