Europe

About WTEU

WTEU is the European chapter of Weekend Testing. It was launched in January 2010 by Anna Baik and Markus Gärtner, running nearly fifty sessions in its first two years. The chapter was relaunched in 2014 by Amy Phillips and Neil Studd.

To participate in our next session, please send us an email and/or ping us on Skype ID europetesters. You can also follow us on Twitter @europetesters.

Session Archive

You can view all previous Weekend Testing Europe session reports by visiting the WTEU Archive page.

Active Facilitators

Amy_WTEUAmy Phillips
Amy has spent the last ten years testing in a variety of development environments for companies including Royal Mail, The Guardian, and Yahoo! She is currently test lead at Songkick and enjoying the challenges of mobile and web testing.

You can find Amy on Twitter (@itjustbroke) or via testingthemind.wordpress.com

 

NeilBioPhotoNeil Studd
Neil is a tester from the United Kingdom who has been testing desktop, mobile and web applications for the past ten years, working in a range of agile roles for organisations as varied as Oracle and Last.fm.

In his spare time, he participates in freelance and beta testing projects, as a way of learning and developing new approaches to testing.

Neil blogs occasionally at www.neilstudd.com and can be contacted on Twitter (@neilstudd).

 
DanBillingDan Billing
Dan Billing has been a software test engineer for 13 years, he currently works at NewVoiceMedia.

Dan loves testing, and all its wondrous variety. He tries to help others become better testers by attending events, speaking, blogging and giving training.

Dan has a reputation for being knowledgeable about including security as part of testing. You can find him at thetestdoctor.wordpress.com or on Twitter.

 

Legacy Facilitators

We’d like to thank Anna Baik (@TesterAB) and Markus Gärtner (@mgaertne) for founding and facilitating for the first two years of Weekend Testing Europe, with able support from Eusebiu Blindu (@testalways). Their contributions provided the foundations and principles on which the chapter continues to operate.

About the Author

Amy has spent the last ten years testing in a variety of development environments for companies including Royal Mail, The Guardian, and Yahoo! She is currently test lead at Songkick and enjoying the challenges of mobile and web testing. You can find Amy on Twitter (@itjustbroke) or via testingthemind.wordpress.com