Sting Forum - teSting

When we launched Edge we recognised there was no forum for testing professionals to meet, share knowledge and address the challenges and issues facing us all in software testing.

With that in mind we started teSting (Software Testing Improvement Networking Group) and since then we have run over 40 breakfast sessions in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Birmingham. 

This free forum is a chance to debate the hot topics in software testing and the challenges within organisations, both large and small across a variety of sectors.

Sharing ideas, opinions and advice with like-minded people with experience of real-world and practical challenges faced in testing today.

Edge will be running two forums from its new expanded Birmingham Hub during 2017 - topics and dates will be published shortly.

teSting Format

Midweek breakfast sessions starting at 8:30 and lasting 1.5 hour.

City Centre venues in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Birmingham with up to 12 attendees per group.

Facilitated round the table introductions with each person followed by discussion of the predetermined topics.

teSting Benefits

Gain new ideas to help your organisation.

A unique format with interactive discussion.

Discover what’s new in the testing market.

Enhance your network of contacts.

Who should attend teSting?

teSting is a focused event creating an opportunity to meet peers in a business-to-business environment. It is aimed at senior testing professionals or those responsible for the assurance of hardware in their organisation.

Attendance is by invitation only so if you would like to join teSting then please get in touch and we will confirm your membership. Email contact@edgetesting.co.uk or call 01698 464280 or 0121 647 4913.

What members have said...

“The teSting group provides an unbiased discussion forum, that allows me to validate testing issues, solutions and strategies against my peers, across the local market” Test Manager, Global Financial Services Institution

“I found the session this morning very useful, touching on a lot of issues that I have seen here and getting a number of ideas. The session was very real world and pragmatic…”

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