TEST Magazine, the authoritative, thought-provoking, and informative source of information on all issues related to software testing and QA must consistently evolve to ensure it delivers readers the most up-to-date information on the latest industry trends. In order to achieve the above, Test Focus Groups are a pivotal mechanism, bringing together senior testing professionals through a series of debates, peer-to-peer networking, and supplier interaction.
TEST Magazine spends a lot of time speaking and listening to readers, and seeking out innovative ways to meet their needs. It has become apparent that senior decision makers wish to discuss their challenges in a meaningful and structured manner, with a view to finding pragmatic and workable solutions on complex issues. This knowledge led by TEST Magazine launches TEST Focus Groups as an annual event for the third year running.
How have the TEST Focus Groups come about?
What are the TEST Focus Groups and how does it work?
TEST Focus Groups consists of 12 syndicate rooms, each with its own subject facilitated by a knowledgeable figure. Each debate session runs three times through the course of the day, with spaces limited up to 10 delegates per session, ensuring meaningful discussions take place, and all opinions are heard. Each session lasts 1.5 hours, giving participants the opportunity to get inside the minds of their peers, helping understand varying viewpoints.
TEST Magazine consistently strives to push the market forward, priding itself on delivering up‑to‑date and cutting edge editorial, helping readers develop long‑term strategies through implementing sustainable solutions.
Enabling the magazine to do this, TEST Focus Groups consistently stays one step ahead of the market and identifies up and coming trends, chances, and nuances. TEST Focus Groups attracts 80‑100 leading software testing professionals in the industry so they cam discuss and debate key subjects to provide TEST Magazine with the ability to interact with its readers and report on the industry regarding a number of subject areas. Each debate session is voice recorded with the results published in TEST Focus Groups Supplement, which will be distributed online to the wider testing community.
Delegates can of course opt out of the supplement, but those who are happy to be quoted will join a key group of professionals that are instrumental in helping shape and move the market forward.
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