#ATAGTR2017 Meet our speaker series : MANOJ TIWARI

blog1 #ATAGTR2017 – Global Testing Retreat – this year’s largest, best and most fun filled global testing conference is definitely an opportunity for people to learn, share and most importantly have fun. Grab a chance to meet and learn from Experts and presenters from across the Globe in #ATAGTR2017.

Among the speaker series we have here Mr. Manoj Tiwari, who would have a hands on tutorial on the topic “Estimation in Agile Testing – Not a big deal rather it’s Fun”

Manoj Tiwari is part of OpenText Technologies, Hyderabad and leads the Test Engineering teams. Manoj is a Certified SCRUM Master & SAFe Agilist and has vast experience in managing distributed SCRUM & QA teams and implementation of Agile tools & processes. He works on innovating test engineering methodologies; focusing on innovating cost effective software testing solutions for web applications. He has been involved in designing Agile based testing frameworks.

About Manoj’s tutorial (Estimation in Agile Testing – Not a big deal rather it’s Fun):manoj

Manoj was gracious enough to respond to some of our speaker introduction questions. Here is the zest from the same.

1.What attracted you to speaking at #ATAGTR2017 this year?


2.What are you most looking forward to at this year’s conference?  

I am looking forward to see good participation and sharing experiences collaboratively.

3.What do you like to do you in your free time ? (your hobbies etc)

I like to learn new things, playing games.

Thanks  Manoj for being candid about the queries. We welcome him to #ATAGTR2017!

Update on #ATAGTR2017

Please note that there are 4 tracks in the conference, more than 55 sessions, 45+ interactive talks, 8 tutorials, 4 tool demos, fun activities, competitions and CafeATAhon.

Don’t you want to be a part of this wonderful conference.

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Our marketing campaign which has listing of our tentative speakers is as below