Zeger Van Hese (born and raised in Belgium) has a background in Commercial Engineering and Cultural Science. He started his professional career in the movie distribution industry but switched to IT in 1999. A year later he got bitten by the software testing bug (pun intended) and has never been cured since. Over the years, he developed a passion for exploratory testing, testing in agile projects and, above all, continuous learning from different perspectives. He was the 2012 Eurostar program chair and recently founded his own company, Z-sharp, dedicated to helping clients on the path to smarter testing. He is co-founder of the Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing (DEWT), founding member of the ISST, muses about testing on his TestSideStory blog and is a regular speaker at conferences worldwide. Contact Zeger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- W11 Let’s Get Visual – Discover the Power of Visualization - Zeger Van Hese and Ruud Cox, 2017 Workshop, Abstract
- The Power of Doubt – Becoming a Software Skeptic - Zeger Van Hese, 2017 Keynote Speaker, Abstract, Paper, Slides, Video
- Testing in the Age of Distraction – Flow, Focus, and Defocus in Testing - Zeger Van Hese, 2015 Invited Speaker, Abstract, Paper, Slides, Video.