SQC Conference

Monday 5th October 2009 at 9:30am - 9:30am


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Software & Systems Quality Conference, United Kingdom

Are you interested in the Software Quality Management and Testing world?

Would you like to hear industry experts speaking about their involvement in real projects?

Do you want to know the latest trends currently happening in your industry?

Then join SQCat the Software & Systems Quality Conferences where real life experience is the key.Their seven annual conferences take place around the globe are the meeting place for members of the Testing and Quality community. Speakers share their knowledge, practical experience and present the latest industry trends. Each yeartheir speakers lead the way in defining the Software Quality of the future.

This year, the Software & Systems Quality Conference UK will take place on the 5th October 2009 at the Guoman Tower Hotel in London.

Take this great opportunity to network with like minded professionals and bring yourself up to date on the latest techniques and ideas in the Testing and Quality Management world today.
Only by joiningthem will you hear specialist presentations, practical case studies and customer success stories and learn how you can benefit from the success of others in your field.

The programme includes some excellent European and home-grown speakers.

Topics this year include:

  • Test Management
  • Non Functional Testing
  • Test Methodology
  • Agile Testing
  • Test Automation
  • Technical & Legal Due Dilligence
  • Supplier Management
  • Open Source in Action

Please click here to register.

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