We learned from the experience and wisdom of our keynote speaker, invited speakers, and technical presentations. Thanks to everyone for sharing their insights and enthusiasm for software quality and representing the many faces of quality.
We networked – at lunches, in town halls, at the exhibitor’s displays, with poster paper presentations, with IIBA and Rose City SPIN.
We hope you left inspired –and returned to your work place with new ideas and new energy, ready to take action.
We couldn’t do it without YOU! Thanks for coming and look for us again next year at PNSQC 2014 – Bridges to Quality.
Inspired? Got a hot idea you want to tell us about?
Continue your train of thought from the 2013 conference by submitting your ideas for the 2014 conference. All it takes is a paragraph or two.
See the Call for Abstracts page for more details or submit directly to CMT our online paper management system. Your abstract should contain the following elements: motivation, problem statement, approach, results, and conclusions (see How to Write an Abstract). Our Author Resource page has additional items that may help authors develop there paper.