November 18-19, 2021

7am PST / 10am EST / 4pm CET

Test JavaScript. Test with JavaScript.

  • 2
    Of practical talks
  • 20+
    Sharing know-how
  • 5K+
    QAs & Engineers

All things JavaScript testing.

Bugs shall not pass.

TestJS Summit is a 2-day online event for QAs and software developers to get up to date with JS testing best practices, sharpen skills and get latest updates from top products core teams. Get a full ticket to participate in workshops, and network with thousands of others JS testing folks on November 18-19, 2021.

This year, you can expect:

  • Performance

  • Security

  • TestOps

  • Unit testing

  • API testing

  • Mobile testing

  • Automation

  • Accessibility

  • Visual Regressions

  • Cross Browser testing

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High-quality talks from field experts


Join live chat rooms, meet new friends and new opportunities


Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

First speakers

Maaret Pyhäjärvi
Vaisala Oyj, Finland

Maaret Pyhäjärvi is an exploratory tester extraordinaire with a day-job at Vaisala as Principal Test Engineer. She is a tester, (polyglot) programmer, speaker, author, and a community facilitator. She has been awarded the two prestigious global testing awards, Most Influential Agile Testing Professional Person 2016 (MIATPP) and EuroSTAR Testing Excellence Award (2020), and selected as Top-100 Most Influential in ICT in Finland 2019&2020.

Andrey Lushnikov
Microsoft, USA

Andrey Lushnikov, Principal Engineer at Microsoft, is a former Chrome DevTools engineer and Chrome Puppeteer technical lead with over 11 years of experience in software engineering. Today, Andrey is a member of the Playwright core team.

Steven Lambert
Deque Systems, USA

Steven is the primary developer on axe-core. He enjoys working on an open-source product that contributes to a more accessible web and loves chasing down performance improvements. In his free time, he develops accessible JavaScript games and participates in game jams.

Cecelia Martinez
Cypress.io, USA

Cecelia Martinez is a Technical Account Manager at Cypress.io in Atlanta, GA, where she spends her days talking to Cypress users about testing strategies, helping them overcome technical challenges, and providing education and training. She is a conference speaker and panelist on the Angular Experience podcast.

She is a graduate of the Full-Stack Software Engineering Program at Georgia Tech. Before transitioning to tech, she worked in journalism and financial services, and obtained a B.A. in Public Communications and an M.B.A. in Marketing. She is a volunteer with Women Who Code Front End and Out in Tech Atlanta.

David Burns
BrowserStack, UK

David is the Chair of the W3C Browser Testing and Tools Working group and co-editor of the WebDriver specification, trying to ensure automation frameworks in browsers are interoperable. He was an engineering manager at Mozilla within Developer Experience working on tooling and infrastructure to help make a better web and now heads up the Open Source work at BrowserStack. David has been a core contributor on the Selenium project for over a decade supporting Firefox and the Python client bindings.

Gert Hengeveld
Chromatic, Netherlands

Gert is an engineer at Chromatic, the company behind Storybook. He works closely with the rest of the Storybook team to envision and build the future of UI development and testing.

Scott Gerlach
StackHawk, USA
Talk: Automated Application Security Testing

Scott Gerlach is Co-founder and Chief Security Officer at StackHawk, a Denver-based startup focused on empowering engineers to easily identify and remediate security bugs. Scott brings over two decades of security and engineering experience to his current role, having served as CSO, CISO, and in other executive leadership functions at companies like SendGrid, Twilio, and GoDaddy. When he's not at work, you'll find Scott spending time with family, brewing beer, and playing guitar.

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Program Committee

Alex Lakatos
Interledger Foundation, UK

Alex has spent the past 11 years working on the Open Web within Browser, Communications, and FinTech organizations. With a background in web technologies and developer advocacy, he's helped organizations build developer-friendly products while engaging with the developer community at large. As the new Technology Lead for the Interledger Foundation, he focuses on lowering the barrier to entry into the Interledger ecosystem and drive the adoption of the web standards powering the Interledger protocol. An avid traveller, it's likely you'll bump into him at developer conferences around the world.

Stefania Ioana Chiorean
Cognizant Softvision, Romania

Ioana is a software engineer that has more than 11 years testing experience with a specialization in mobile apps. Currently located in Romania she is leading 4 teams in an outsourcing company. In her free time she contributes to Open Source projects while enjoying a coffee or a good wine. She is the Module Owner for Mozilla Reps and one of the MozTechSpeakers.

Mykola Solopii
SDET @ Alteryx, Ukraine

Focusing on building Web and Mobile automation frameworks and tools using JavaScript on different test levels. I admire being a mentor and studying students.

Christina Zenzes
codecentric AG, Germany

Christina Zenzes is a consultant and software dev working at codecentric AG. She is passionate about React, CSS, clean code and testing (yes, really!). Besides writing functional JavaScript code, she loves growing plants on her balcony, tea and good food.

Eugenia Zigisova
Gorillas, Germany

Eugenia is a web developer with experience working at such Berlin startups as Gorillas and N26. She has been an active tech community member since 2016 when she founded a Google Developer Group in Latvia and became a Women Techmakers Lead. She is a web performance activist at work and a passionate hiker, nature, and sauna lover.


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Take part in video discussions focusing on specific technologies. Hang out with people who are on the same page.

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Join random groups of conference attendees watching/discussing the event. Make new friends!

Remote Afterparty Bars

Join our virtual rooms facilitated by community activists, and enjoy a remote drink!



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QuakeJS Tournament

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