This webpage will serve as a home base for any information you may need for planning and preparation leading up to the conference including:
As an STPCon Virtual 2020 conference speaker you will receive a complimentary registration (non-transferable) for the Full Online Conference Package (September 29 & 30). There is no need to register for the conference as a speaker.
See the table below for the speaker deadlines schedule. Your help in ensuring that the deadlines below are met is a key element to our mutual success.
|Deadline to Prerecord 1-Hour Session||September 4|
|Workshop or Session Handouts, Files, Videos, Links, Etc. Due||September 14|
|Presentation Slides Due||September 14|
Workshop and Session presentations are due by September 14. If you do not have your own PPT template, you are welcome to use the Conference PPT Template.
Submitting your slide deck:
Why wait until the conference to network? Below you will find some opportunities to network with your fellow conference speakers and participants prior to the start of the conference. We will be tweeting about your session and we will feature your content on our Facebook page. In addition, we will include all social media contact information on your bio if you provide us with your details.
Conference Name: STPCon Virtual 2020
Platform/Dates: GOTO Webinar / September 29 & 30, 2020
STP Twitter Handle: @SoftwareTestPro
STP Instagram: @SoftwareTestPro
STP Facebook: /SoftwareTestPro/
Hash Tags (use your favorites): #STPCon #Virtual #Online #Automation #TestAutomation #AI (or) #ArtificialIntelligence #ML (or) #MachineLearning #Agile #SoftwareTesting #QA #qualityassurance #QE #Test #DevOps #Mobile #App #PerformanceTesting #Performance #Tech #Conference
LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter are all very close in size, but still slightly different. We have created three separate images for these platforms. Instagram is, of course, a different aspect ratio. We have 3 variations of each image below, use whichever you prefer. Click the link for each image, then right-click and “Save Image As” that should provide you with the correct size for each platform.