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What we learn from our experiences helps shape us as human beings. What we learn from the experiences of others can give us new insight and new perspectives. At this year’s conference speakers will share with you the lessons that they have learned in Software Testing, as well as how these lessons influence the way that we approach testing both now and in the future.

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Wednesday, August 28 • 4:45pm - 5:15pm
Best of the Lightning Talks

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Best of the lightning talks, the top three talks from Tuesday night will take the stage.

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Paul Holland

Sr. Director of the Test Engineering, Medidata Solutions, Inc.
My name is Paul Holland and I am a Sr. Director of the Test Engineering at Medidata Solutions, Inc. in New York City. Prior to Medidata I was Head of Testing at a small consultancy and for two year previously I was the principal consultant at Testing Thoughts. I am a proud and active member of the context-driven school of software testing which means that we believe that you must adapt your approach to any testing mission depending on the... Read More →

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Dawn Haynes

Senior Trainer and Consultant, PerfTestPlus
Dawn Haynes is a Senior Trainer and Consultant for PerfTestPlus, and has previously held the position of Secretary and Director for the Association for Software Testing. A highly regarded trainer of software testers, she blends experience and humor to provide testers of all levels with tools and techniques to help them generate new approaches to common and complex software testing problems.  In addition to training, Dawn is... Read More →

Wednesday August 28, 2013 4:45pm - 5:15pm
Madison Ballroom AB One John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53703

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