Agile Testing Days conferences among the best software QA and testing conferences of 2022



Every year TestBeacon publishes a list of popular must-attend conferences. For the last couple of years, Agile Testing Days in Germany as well as in North America have made it into the list. This year, we are happy to announce that all three Agile Testing conferences are shortlisted among the best software QA and testing conferences of 2022.


AgileTD Open Air

Twitter: @AgileTD Web: openair.agiletestingdays.com/ Date: May 17–19, 2022 Location: Blackfoot Beach, Cologne, Germany Cost: €1,500 to €1,650

The AgileTD Open Air Festival is a two-day open-air conference with two tracks and 20 expert speakers. Parallel to that will be workshops and other interactive sessions and activities for hands-on learning. The parent event—Agile Testing Days, also held in Germany—is scheduled for November 21–24.

Who should attend: Anyone involved with software testing, as well as software architects, application developers, IT managers, CIOs, CTOs, and software engineers


Agile Testing Days USA

Twitter: @AgileTDUSA Web: agiletestingdays.us Date: June 5–9, 2022 Location: Chicago, Illinois, USA Cost: $2,095 to $4,090 (time-sensitive discounts available)

This conference is aimed at all software engineers and testing professionals. According to the conference organizers, the forum offers "a fun platform" to connect and network with the agile community through tutorials, workshops, keynotes, talks, and social events.

Who should attend: Anyone involved with software testing as well as software architects, application developers, IT managers, CIOs, CTOs, and software engineers


Agile Testing Days

Twitter: @AgileTD Web: agiletestingdays.com Date: November 21–24, 2022 Location: Potsdam, Germany Cost: TBD

Agile Testing Days is an immersive event for software engineers, testing professionals, and agile practitioners. The conference provides "a fun platform" to learn, connect and network in the agile community. The organizers say they are particularly passionate about creating an inclusive, diverse, and accessible event—a safe place to share ideas and evolve professional and personal skills.

Who should attend: Anyone involved with software testing, as well as software architects, application developers, IT managers, CIOs, CTOs, and software engineers