The PNSQC 2015 Call for Abstracts is now open and we’d like to hear your ideas on what is brewing in the industry. Submit your ideas with just one or two paragraphs. Bounce some ideas off of the Program Committee and toss your hat in the ring to present a paper at the conference. The reasons are clear:
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 their paper.
We recently put together a webinar to inspire new and innovative abstract ideas for PNSQC. Five experts in their respective fields discussed the latest trends in software quality and software testing. The group offers hints on mobile devices and apps, Asynchronous testing, performance, test management and Scrum.
You can view the Abstract Brainstorming Webinar and read more about the panelists’ tips on the PNSQC blog.
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All of the invited speakers’ videos are available for viewing along with their session slide decks. Watch Jon Bach on Live Site Quality, and Richard Turner discussing Balancing Agility and Discipline, in addition to all the invited speakers from PNSQC 2014.
We have it all available for your viewing.
Get inspired to submit your ideas with an abstract and join the technical paper line up for PNSQC 2015.
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