In the software testing and QA world, it’s easy to feel like your problems are insurmountable. That’s why you need to consult the people who understand your challenges most: your peers. And if you’re in the Cincinnati/Dayton area, our upcoming roundtable is just the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
If you’re in the Cincinnati/Dayton area on September 7th, we promise a fun, informative morning with your peers.
Beg, borrow, and steal. Aside from being one of my all-time favorite songs from the 1960’s, it’s also one of life’s great mantras. After all, why waste precious time and energy on a problem someone else has already solved?
And when it comes to the problems we software testers and QA personnel face every day, we need all the help we can get.
That’s why I’d like to cordially invite you to our upcoming roundtable, Test Early, Test Often: Shift Left, Automation, and Other Smart Strategies for getting ahead in QA. If you’re in the Cincinnati/Dayton area on September 7th, we promise a fun, informative morning with your peers—where you can bounce ideas off one another and find out how they’re solving the same challenges you face every single day!
It’s not like we don’t have enough to talk about. The rapid adoption of Agile and Test Automation have brought a great many advancements to testing and QA departments, but they’re not without their problems, either. For all the advancements we’ve made, some testers out there find themselves regularly falling behind in sprints, being left out of the creation of user stories (and dealing with late-stage defects because of it), and struggling to fully implement automaton.
If that sounds familiar in any way, a fresh perspective might do you some good. You’ll hear from experts and thought leaders in the field (including our own senior leadership and CEO) with ample time to discuss a host of wide-ranging topics.
Who knows? Maybe there’s already someone registered who knows the solution to your most vexing problem. I’m sure they wouldn’t mind if you borrowed their knowledge and stole their strategy for your own. No begging required!
Be sure to sign up soon! Limited seats are available, so secure your free seat before they run out!