Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Going Underground

Hands up if you're suspicious of vendor-run conferences. Yeah, me too. But I'm pleased to report that QASymphony didn't ram qTest down our throats at Quality Jam London 2017. Better still, they had a programme that included some speakers who had (a) nothing to do with the tools, and (b) interesting stuff to say. 

At 100 people, and with a single track, it was a good size and shape for my taste, and having the talks in the (quite cosy) repurposed subterranean beer tank of an old Whitbread brewery added to the atmosphere and charm.

I took the opportunity to practice sketchnoting again in all the talks. Mixed results, for me, but here's the ones I'm prepared to share. See my notes on the conference too.

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