What You Need to Know About QASymphony’s Meeting of the Minds Roadshow

This fall, QASymphony is hitting the road! We are bringing you five half-day events in cities across the country focused on QA transformation and best practices. We hope you’ll join us for a Meeting of the Minds event in a city near you, where you will be fully immersed in a community of like-minded individuals sharing industry best practices.

Our goal with the Meeting of the Minds event series is to create a collaborative experience that includes both small group discussions and time for Q&A with quality experts, so you can gain tangible feedback for improving your quality strategy. You’ll also hear from some of the brightest minds in software testing, who will cover topics like communicating the value of QA to business leaders, automation best practices and the future of software quality.

Featured Meeting of the Minds speakers include:

  • Adam Satterfield, Technology Program Director at Anthem
  • Keith Klain, Head of Software Quality at Tekmark Global Solutions
  • Angie Jones, Senior Developer Advocate at Applitools

We kicked off the tour in our home city of Atlanta last week with an exciting morning! To begin the day, Ryan Yackel, QASymphony’s Director of Product, shared his views on the future of software quality, addressing issues like the increasingly critical role of testing in digital transformation. Yackel also answered questions about what customers can expect as Tricentis and QASymphony come together to build the industry’s first end-to-end testing platform for DevOps.

Next, QA expert Adam Satterfield took the stage to help answer the question “What value does QA bring to an organization?” We wrapped up the morning with a lively roundtable discussion, followed by a round of mini-golf on the rooftop of Ponce. We hope you’ll join us at an upcoming event near you!

Meeting of the Minds Roadshow: Key Facts

What are the next stops on the tour?

Chicago – August 21

New York – September 6

San Francisco – September 19

Irvine, CA – October 2

Why attend?

Network with your peers, and take a step back from your day-to-day with a few hours dedicated to discussing best practices and the future of the industry.

Who should attend?

We invite anyone interested in improving QA practices to join us, whether you are a QASymphony customer or not.

How much does it cost?

This one’s on us.

If the cities above aren’t convenient to you, comment below to let us know where we should stop on the next tour.

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