London | April 17-21 2023

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Keynote Speakers

Liz Keogh, lunivore

Liz Keogh, lunivore

Liz Keogh is an independent Lean and Agile consultant based in London. She is a well-known blogger and international speaker, a core member of the BDD community and a contributor to a number of open-source projects including JBehave.

Sathpal Singh

Sathpal Singh, Engineering Practice Lead at NatWest Group

Sathpal operates at the intersection of Engineering and Agile, with a focus on people, culture and community development. Having started his career as a Software Engineer, he moved from hands-on developer roles into management and strategic leadership and over the last 20+ years has delivered a range of programs and products for international clients and global brands.

About the Conference

CukenFest brings people together to discover how we can build higher-quality software with the power of collaboration. We're not precious about one tool or one practice over another even though the roots of this conference are in the Behaviour-Driven Development and Cucumber community. It's useful to have methodologies to look to, but above all, we want to champion collaboration and examples.

Good Food

All dietary requirements are catered for

Capped at 120 attendees

A mix of developers, testers, and product folks

In person only

This will not be a hybrid event. Be there or be square!

Monday April 17th

BDD Fundamentals training (day 1)

Tuesday April 18th

BDD Fundamentals training (day 2)

Wednesday April 19th

Single track, short sessions, followed by a rooftop reception at the venue

Thursday April 20th

Open Space: a simple technique for creating a self-organizing conference

You should attend if you:

  • Believe effective collaboration can dramatically improve a software project
  • Want to improve the way business and development teams communicate at your work
  • Understand the power of examples as a way to express ideas
  • Want to learn from other practitioners who care about building lasting, well-documented code

You shouldn't attend if you:

  • Only want to learn about Cucumber as an automation tool
  • Want to meet lots of tool vendors in booths
  • Expect to sit in lecture-style for two days

If you have a great story to share about your work in software quality, we invite you to submit a speaking proposal.

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