This week’s guest blog post is by Douglas F. Reynolds. Douglas is president of PNSQC (Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference). PNSQC’s mission is to enable knowledge exchange between relevant parties within the software quality community, to produce higher quality software. PNSQC provides opportunities to demonstrate, teach and exchange ideas on both proven and leading edge software quality practices. This year’s annual PNSQC conference will take place October 20 – 22, 2014 in Portland, Oregon.
Let’s review the reasons attending PNSQC 2014 can help to build your Bridges to Quality.
PNSQC 2014 provides for rich interaction with leaders in the industry. Six experts explore new ideas in software quality. Our Keynote Speakers are Jon Bach on Live Site Quality & Richard Turner discussing Balancing Agility and Discipline in Systems Engineering. Check out all of our speakers at Keynotes, Invited Speakers and Workshops.
At PNSQC 2014 you will also learn from over 60 presenters as they reveal solutions, successes and issues facing software quality. Ideas you can take back to the office as these are tales from the trenches that can be put to immediate use. The complete program is now available with the Technical Abstracts.
At PNSQC 2014 networking is a priority throughout the day. Over lunch we offer Birds of a Feather that give you an opportunity to hear from both the experts and your co-workers. The evening social events are collaborative with the local software organizations providing for time to mingle with the locals and your fellow attendees.
PNSQC is a non-profit and the savings are passed back to you; register early and save. Join us for PNSQC 2014, register now!