Announcing: TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE CONFERENCE (TCS'99)

Announcing: TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE CONFERENCE (TCS'99)

Post by USPD » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00



The continuing annual Conference on Testing Computer Software again
assembled a formidable group of experts on every phase of testing. The
latest developments and discoveries of software testing technologies will
be presented and explored, to meet the software development challenges of
the coming years.

          16th International Conference and Exposition on

                    TESTING COMPUTER SOFTWARE
                Theme: Future Trends in Testing
                       June 14-18, 1999
         Washington, D.C. * Hyatt Regency (Bethesda) * USA
          (Conference: June 16-18; Tutorials: June 14-15)

                       In cooperation with:
          Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) SIGSoft
        American Society for Quality (ASQ) Software Division
 IEEE Reliability Society * Software Technology Support Center (STSC)

The complete TCS'99 program can be explored on the Conference web site:
<http://www.uspdi.org/conference>

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                       CONFERENCE FEATURES

* Twelve Pre-Conference Tutorials will present comprehensive
  technical sessions for software testing practitioners.

Detailed descriptions of the Tutorials can be checked out:
        <http://www.uspdi.org/conference/workshops.html>

* Six General Sessions present featured speakers: Elaine J. Weyuker;
  John Musa; James Bach; Mark Fewster; Cem Kaner; Boris Beizer

* Thirty-two Concurrent Sessions cover topics of: Management; Advanced
  Topics; Automation; Object Oriented; Distributed Testing; Java;
  Techniques; Model Based; Requirements; Real-time.

For detailed descriptions of the Technical Program, including Keynote
and Featured speakers see:
           <http://www.uspdi.org/conference/program.html>

* Vendor Exhibit of software testing tools and services.

* Birds-of-a-feather sessions will help you to understand and solve
  your unique testing problems.

* The Conference Volume (including the presentations and proceedings
  of the sessions) will be a valuable reference for testing projects.

For complete program details and registration please contact the U.S.
Professional Development Institute (USPDI):
Regular Mail: USPDI, 612 Ethan Allen Avenue, Suite 100; Takoma Park,
              MD 20912-5400, USA.
Phone:        301/270-1033
Fax:          301/270-1040

On-line:
 Brochure request: <http://www.uspdi.org/conference/brochure.html>
     Registration: <http://www.uspdi.org/conference/registration.html>