Next Generation Testing to Explore Global Testing Environment

One of Four Co-Located Conferences Hosted by UNICOM in Chicago This Month

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - September 11, 2015) - This month's Next Generation Testing conference will focus on the ever-changing global testing environment. The conference will feature presentations by subject experts as well as case studies and interactive panel discussions; topics will include Agile testing, Web Performance, mobile testing and QA.

In addition to the plenary keynote, titled, From Enterprise Service Management to DevOps for Operations, other major presentations include:

  • Enterprise Mobility Testing Strategies;
  • Next Generation Developer Testing: Parameterized Testing;
  • CASE STUDY: All Aboard for a Quality Journey;
  • A Paradigm Shift in Web Application Architecture and Why Performance Testers Should Care;
  • Migrating to LeanFT - Knowing Your Switching Costs, Challenges and Options;
  • Switching Horses in Midstream; Moving from Waterfall to Agile on an Existing Project.
  • Panel on "Future Challenges in Testing"

"Leading global testing professionals and thought-leaders are going to discuss salient testing challenges that are particularly relevant today," said GM, Chairman and CEO of UNICOM Professor Gautam Mitra. "The Next Generation Testing conference will also provide attendees with testing solutions that will be invaluable for their organization."

The event is one of four co-located conferences hosted by global events and training company UNICOM (HQ London) in Chicago on Sept. 17 at the Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza. The other conferences include the Internet of Things-Understanding the Value Chain; Data and Analytics and Sentiment Mining and Next Generation DevOps.


UNICOM, established in 1984, is a UK-headquartered global events and training company specializing in business, IT and quantitative finance. Services include conferences, public and in-house training courses (including certified training), webinars, showcases and networking events. Clients include public/private sector end users, and product vendors and consultants. Other offices are located in Bangalore, India. See:

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