TWC17: Call For Proposals!
TWC is a hands-on conference. This means that we strive for a high number of workshops in our program, and in presentations we value concrete examples over theoretical overviews: show us the code!

This year's theme is full stack test automation from start to finish. This incorporates any of those steps in your delivery process which can accelerate your feedback cycle, be it continuous delivery, production monitoring or test automation implementations.

The conference consists of four tracks, three of which are a specialized conference track. Do you have a topic which will make TWC kick-ass? Don't hesitate and submit a proposal!

Specialized Conference Tracks
Uncover the hidden gems
We're all rushing to ship as many new features as we can, to maximize business value. However, often bigger gains in business value can be made from improving that which is already there. It's about time we treat non-functional requirements such as performance, security, and accessibility as they deserve. Continuously uncover their potential for serious enhancement. Our users deserve no less!
Closing the loop
Quality is all about feedback loops. With software attaining its value only when it's in production, production metrics naturally become the most valuable feedback as well. Though it's not just about how much data you collect, but how you can turn that into actionable information. This track uses real-world examples on methods such as canary releases and A/B testing to help you close the feedback loop.
True continuous mobile app delivery
In the web domain, we've come to love the fast feedback cycle through continuous delivery. Naturally, we also want to achieve this for our mobile apps, but to do so we must tackle some challenges unique to the mobile platforms. In this track, you'll learn all the ins and outs when it comes to continuous delivery in the mobile domain, so you too can ship your mobile apps at the speed of the idea.
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