Returning for the third year, with an exceptional line-up of speakers including heads of testing, directors of QA and industry specialists, The National Software Testing Conference will take place on the 17-18 May 2016.
1. Elevate your profile
Association with The National Software Testing Conference will ensure that peers, colleagues and even future employers see that you are engaging with the testing community and are committed to learning and self-betterment.
2. Interact with your market
74% of delegates last year were either senior managers or at director level within software testing and IT, across all major verticals. It’s your crowd!
3. Fantastic speakers
Industry experts from organisations such as easyJet, UBS, The Guardian, Virgin Media and Boots will be speaking, to name a few!
4. Brilliant networking opportunity
From the roundtables to the Gala Dinner, there are great networking opportunities. Get to know your peers and create long-lasting professional relationships with other leaders in your field.
5. Satisfy your DevOps curiosity
New for 2016, The National Software Testing Conference will include two streams on DevOps, so if you’re interested in finding out more about this movement, there will be plenty of case studies, success stories and practical advice.
6. Don’t just take our word for it
Rod Armstrong, Programme Quality Manager at easyJet, states that it’s important for individuals working within testing and QA to attend conferences such as The National Software Testing Conference as “it’s an opportunity to network, meet new people at your level and above and come away feeling inspired.”
7. The organiser
31 Media Ltd has grown to become one of the market leading IT publishers and event organisers in the UK, so you’ll be attending an event hosted by industry professionals that know their stuff!
8. Think of the possibilities
Attending The National Software Testing Conference will allow you to discuss and share ideas with other industry experts in a relaxed atmosphere. Who knows what you will come up with!
9. Beautiful venue
This year’s conference is being held in the very picturesque British Museum, and is easily accessible in the centre of London. Did you know that founded in 1753, the British Museum was the first national public museum in the world?
10. The reviews
87% of delegates who attend The National Software Testing Conference in 2015 said the content was fantastic and 89% said they gained a lot of value from attending. Stats that we’re very proud of!
11. And one more reason: 3 for 2 offer
Register today to take advantage of the special 3 for 2 ticket offer!
Written by Cecilia Rehn.