- Michael Bolton - he's peddling a crazy notion of “Critical Thinking Skills for Testers”
- Julian Harty is thinking he can provide “A Test Automation Masterclass for Mobile Phone Applications”
- Markus Gartner appears to need a doctor to help him “Charter My Tests”
- Alan Richardson is dealing the devils work by “Testing Hypnotically”
- Zeger van Hese seems to be finally applying some culture to proceedings by “Making the Case for Aesthetics”
- Anne-Marie Charret is spreading the word by ”Coaching Testers”
- Leo Hepis is talking sense with "Making Dialogue Effective"
I'll be feeding back the progress from my investigations via my pseudonym DuncNisbet & hopefully more detailed reports through this website.
If you have any questions to help me focus my investigations for any of the suspects, please leave them discretely under this post...
Unfortunately time constraints on the Wednesday mean that a few suspects will escape the gaze of my magnifying glass - Huib Schoots is challenging attendees with a provocatively titled “So You Think You Can Test” presentation which would have been well worth my attention.
There's others I'm keen to chat with - I'll need to go incognito for this - I'll be donning my dear stalker, Inverness cape & pipe so i'm not recognised! These suspects include:
Scott Barber, Markus Gärtner, Huib Schoots, Ben Kelly, Rikard Edgren, Alan Richardson, Tony Bruce and Lets Test Organisers Henrik Andersson, Henrik Emilsson, Ola Hyltén, Johan Jonasson & Torbjörn Ryber
That's it for now folks - fingers crossed my investigation is a success & I'm not spotted!