Open Information Foundation presents CITCON!
CITCON North America 2016 in New York City, December 9th & 10th
CITCON Asia 2017 in Bangalore (India) and Pune (India), dates TBD
CITCON, the Continuous Integration and Testing Conference, is a world-wide series of free Open Spaces events for developer-testers, tester-developers and anyone else with an interest in Continuous Integration and the type of Testing that goes along with it. For a quick look at how CITCON works, watch the CITCON Paris video.
CITCON provides a forum to connect with other people on topics you care about, to learn from their experience and share your own. Past topics include:
...I met an amazing group of
incredibly cool people. -- Elisabeth Hendrickson
I went to the CITCON in Chicago... and found it
to be a thoroughly enjoyable experience... It's a small, free conference that was organized and hosted better than
some large, expensive conferences I've been to. More importantly, it had a great set of attendees which, since
CITCON is an Open Space conference, led to some truly interesting sessions. -- James Shore
The conference adheres to the Open Spaces idea and
I have to admit I was pretty skeptical. There are no formal speakers or talks but rather semi-organized
discussions surrounding the ideas that the participants put forth. Sounded pretty touchy-feely and little too
hippy for me ... but I have to say that I found it to be significantly more informative. -- David O'Hara
It was my second
experience of an "OpenSpaces" conference... and I must say I really like the format... As another participant said
in the wrap up session, you really feel like you're participating in the conference rather than just being talked
at by some spruik with a PowerPoint deck. -- Mike
I attended CITCON this weekend - it was great! ... If
you are interested in continuous integration and testing then this is the conference to go to. -- Ivan Moore
Many people are part of the community of CITCON participants. Many of those people are strongly opiniated and want the world to know about their thoughts. Want to see what the CITCON community has to say? Check out the CITCON Blog Aggregator.