Grab the Last Seats at Squish Days 2019!

Grab the Last Seats at Squish Days 2019!

Squish Days Europe 2019 is just a few weeks away.

Guest Speakers

Our guest speakers are leading test experts in their respective industries, and bring to Squish Days 2019 real-world application insight into using Squish to transform, improve and automate the test and DevOps process of software development. Meet them below.

Tobias Nätterlund – KDAB

Talk: “Load Testing with Squish”

A senior software engineer at KDAB, Tobias has been using Squish since 2009. He is the main author of KDAB’s Squish training material and has been involved in numerous trainings, projects and workshops helping customers getting started with Squish, as well as integrating Squish with existing test frameworks or user applications. He holds an MSc in Computer Science.

Harish Bansal – Timesys

Talk: “Embedded Device GUI Testing with Squish Using a Board Farm Cloud”

Harish Bansal is a Test Automation (TA) technical lead engineer at Timesys with 12+ years of applications development experience. Prior to joining Timesys, Harish worked for Honeywell India, Vocollect, and other companies. Harish holds a master’s degree in Electronics from Jammia Millia Islamia University, India. 

David Anchondo -AutoZone

Talk: “Environment Data Validation with Squish”

David Anchondo is a Technical Supervisor leading a team of experts for testing AutoZone’s Store Systems. In his 10+ years at AutoZone, David has worked & contributed to numerous development & testing projects for complex Store Systems, which has contributed to the international presence of the organization.

Venue & Accommodation:

Squish Days Europe is hosted at Le Méridien Munich – Bayerstraße 41 80335 Munich, Germany.

Space is available at the hotel for overnight accommodation. Other hotels in the area include:

Each of which is less than a 5-minute walk to the conference.

Space is filling up fast – sign up today!

Nick joined froglogic Marketing in 2018, following graduate study in computational mechanics and various Application Engineering roles within the software sector. When he’s not blogging for froglogic, he enjoys testing vegan recipes, reading poetry and modding his Subaru.


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