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Dec 17, 2013 - 2 minute read - Conferences Evil Tester

Software Development Summit 2013

I attended the Software Development Summit December 2013 in Helsinki.

I was fortunate in being asked to perform a keynote, and asked to fill in for a keynote speaker who unfortunately couldn’t attend, so I did two keynotes. Lucky me.

You can find slides for the talks listed over on my Compendium Developments site.

I managed to catch up with Kristian Karl and learn more about the CI and testing regime at spotify, you can watch his Eurostar conference Experiences of Test Automation Webinar online.

I was able to quickly hang out and see a few of the twitter enabled attendees: Johan Atting,  Johan Jonasson, Aleksis Tolonen, and my fellow Eurostar Committee member Maaret Pyhäjärvi

I did receive a pointer to FreeNest - an open source platform put together by students which is designed to help teams get up to speed with a set of collaboration tools on Ubuntu quickly.

But it was all over very quickly and I had very little time to chat with Ilari Aegerter or Gojko Adzic.

The only downside I had was that I had to miss Gojko’s Keynote because I thought I was flying out early. Of course the London Fog had other ideas so instead of learning from Gojko, I was stuck at the airport instead of enjoying the end of the conference :).

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