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Call for Proposals is Open for our next conference on Nov. 29th – Dec. 1st 2017

November 29th-December 1st 2017

AMA Conference Center
1601 Broadway
New York, NY 10019


Whether you are a renowned speaker or a new voice, there is always something that others can learn from you. Now you have an opportunity to go above and beyond any other conference experience and benefit the global testing community. How?

TEACH your skills.

PROVIDE insight.

SHARE your story.

SPEAK your mind.

Test Masters Academy invites you to contribute to professional growth of the global testing community by sharing your passion, unique insights, skills and knowledge at ConTEST NYC, the emerging testing conference attracting the brightest minds passionate about quality.


We will look at the “testing as we know it” in a novel, creative way.
We will discover NEW ideas, trends, tools, techniques, technologies, roles, and interactions.
We will explore horizons and limits of testing: things that have not been considered testing, and now are.
We will learn from other fields of practice and academic studies that provide additional insights into quality and testing craft.

We will get inspired by the passion of our peers.

ConTEST NYC is a fusion of unique opinions, personalities, skills and ideas. It’s a standout experience and  a true adventure for all participants.

Check out our past speakers HERE.


  • Have you mastered a technique you can teach?
  • Do you have a story to share?
  • Will you speak your mind about a topic that’s dear to your heart?
  • What skills others can learn from you?
  • What’s your passion and expertise?
  • What’s new, latest, emerging?
  • What insights can you share?
  • What did you have success with?
  • Arguments built on research data or academic studies
  • Experiments: let’s explore something together

We want to hear you at ConTEST NYC!


  • 30 min talk (allow for Q&A)
  • 60 min workshop (allow for debrief)
  • 60 min talk embedded with elements of activities or exercises
  • Position topic for debate or community discussion
  • 15 min blitz talk (allow for Q&A)
  • “I  offer something else”: suggest your own format or activity

Submit your talk HERE


Test Masters Academy creates an environment where new ideas can emerge and become a subject to professional scrutiny, and new speakers would not be intimidated to take the stage. Engaged participation of all attendees is the core of our conference.

This approach will define the levels of engagement and provide guidelines for the adventurous side of the conference.

We will offer a dedicated space for professional debates and safe space for new voices. You will choose your own level of engagement, and the conference organizers will guarantee your speaking experience to be matching your comfort level through offering skillful facilitation and establishing rules of conduct.

Submit your talk HERE


CONFERENCE DATES: November 29th – December 1st 2017
LOCATION: Midtown Manhattan, NYC

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Test Masters Academy Leadership Series
March 6th, 2017

What’s in the Name? with Martin Hynie

We had an amazing and thought provoking session with Martin Hynie. Find out more about the talk here. Here is what our participants say:

Christian Crews

Really interesting experiment and talk

Mikhail Chernobilsky

I have recently changed my title in the resume from Test Manager to Delivery Manager. It seems the industry is moving from functional titles to business titles. Yesterday’s talk confirmed it.

Joshua Gorospe

Very good!Andrew Hwang

Andrew Hwang

Very thought provoking talk. I always realize that a job title with any ‘tester’ implication will hinder ones growth into a non-tester role within today’s organization structure. A tester will have to work twice as hard to break into other roles (e.g. business analyst, project management) if one day he/she no longer to join a position that does not involve testing/QA etc.
That said, SDET these days is a different story, this role is basically a programming role. SDET can migrate to a developer role much easier (if a SDET chooses to do so)

Here are the fantastic participants and Martin 🙂