Inspired? Got a hot idea you want to tell us about?
The PNSQC 2014 Call for Abstracts is now open! All it takes is a paragraph or two for an abstract. If your proposal is accepted you can count on a lot of support to help you through the paper writing process. A completed paper will reap great rewards:
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 you develop your paper.
The rich PNSQC archives contain the Keynote Addresses of Michael Mah and Capers Jones. All of the invited speaker presentations are available for viewing now, including Valerie Berset-Price, Lee Copeland, Payson Hall, Doug Hoffman and Kathy Iberle.
See our 2013 archives for postings of technical papers along with slides from the presentations. Check out the highly rated presentations on How Can I Automate by Alan Ark or the QA Role in Scrum by Karen Wysopal, plus dozens more on Project Management, Collaboration, Process Improvement, all Topics in Quality.
We offer the software community a place to go to keep inspired throughout the year. Take a look, read a top rated paper, and stay connected to quality.
Look for us at PNSQC 2014 – Bridges to Quality.
Meetup to Brainstorm Abstract Ideas
Thur. March 6, 6:00-8:00 pm PNSQC is meeting at Decarli Restaurant, 4545 SW Watson Ave, Beaverton, OR 97005
This meeting is the first step in helping you produce content for PNSQC 2014 in October. Build a bridge to becoming an author and speaker, study and develop ideas in quality engineering, meet other like-minded volunteers. PNSQC volunteers will be there to bounce ideas off of and give you tips on writing and submitting abstracts.
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