Monday 29th September 2008 at 9:00am - 9:00am


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The theme for this year's conference is the role of testing in improving productivity.

Everyone needs to pull their weight in an organisation. If a worker bee doesnt contribute to the hive, the entire colony is at risk (and no-one gets any honey). The same can be said of organisations whose departments arent contributing effectively to the business.

With insight from many industries, SQC UK will tackle this sticky subject head on and discuss exactly what the testing community can do to boost productivity.

Our two day programme focuses on this topic and being split between management and practitioner streams will ensure a focus on issues directly relevant to you.

Monday 29th September Programme - Click Here to view.
Tuesday 30th September Programme - Click Here to view

with an on line discussion zone

The Quality and Testing Zone has recently been launched on the ComputerworldUK website to promote the importance of software testing and quality assurance.

It is a resource for everyone delivering testing services for the enterprise. It holds a range of white papers and has an active blog.

Click Here to go and see for yourself -


SQC is holding a day of tutorials on the Wednesday following the conference. These

are taking place at the Institute of Mechanical Engineers, also in Westminster.

There are eight, full day sessions covering in greater depth subject matter that is being presented over the two days of the conference.

The topics being covered are:
(clicking on the links will take you through to the abstract)

T1. Lean Topics, Agile Projects, Agile and Lean Organisations

T2. Test-Driven Development - An Introduction for Non-Developers

T3. Productivity and Survival Tools for Testers

T4. Requirements Testing and Verification

T5. Making Test Environments Work

T6. Agile Testing: Improving Productivity

T7. How Testing is Rising to Meet the Challenges of SOA and Web 2.0

T8. Top Ten Testing and Productivity Tips


QEII Conference Centre

Events in the exhibition hall

Monday 29th - Exhibitor Forum: Exhibitors showcase their products and services in an open forum within the exhibition area

Tuesday 30th - Lion's Den: Come and see the exhibitors present their Big Ideas to a panel of judges in gladatorial combat! The winner will be given 500 to donate to the charity of their choice.


Don't miss - Richard Noble - The man who brought the land speed record back to Britain achieving 633 mph in Thrust2, a record that still stands today

Tim Willoughby of the Local Government Computer Services Board Ireland presents on his experiences of the software eco-system from within and outside a fast moving R&D section in local government.



Contact SQC Via Email uk@sqs-conferences.com

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