Registration Now Open!
Discuss the future of software quality & testing with people all around the world at PNSQC 2020. This year’s virtual conference brings the conversation to you.

Gain insights into new concepts and experience with new tools, plus take back tips, tricks, and techniques to share with your team.

Early bird pricing is just $95 for three packed days of keynotes, technical presentations, panels, and networking, plus a hands-on security vulnerability testing workshop.

Join us October 12-14, 2020 by registering now.
Catch the Buzz on Presentations
The PNSQC 2020 Program Committee is excited to announce this year’s technical presentations! 

Topics range from mentorship and inclusive teams to testing computational COVID-19 modeling and AI-powered test tools, encompassing everything from critical infrastructures to Pokémon.
Paper presenters will help you improve your processes, quality engineering, performance, machine learning capabilities, and more.
 
In addition to the technical program, keynotes will anchor Monday and Tuesday of the conference, with speakers diving into topics that most affect software quality:

  • Jenny Bramble focuses on building better teams by utilizing connective skills of test engineers.
  • Paul Gerrard tackles automation and looks at it from a new perspective.
  • Dawn Haynes breaks down why you need to un-learn what you think you know about testing.
  • Raj Subrameyer explains the biases of AI and the need for inclusive builds.

These talks are not to be missed!
Investing in Community
PNSQC organizers are actively working to make the conference and the surrounding software quality community as welcoming as possible for marginalized communities in tech.

One way we’re prioritizing inclusion is by breaking down financial barriers to attending. In addition to a reduced registration fee for all this year, we’re also offering scholarships for members of our partner organizations.

Read more about this initiative and see how you can get involved.
PNSQC Appreciation
“I love the collaborative effort, networking, close-knit learning one-on-one, and that people are not in a hurry to leave. Other conferences are hands off — here you can be part of the conversation.”


2019 Attendee and 2020 Panel Moderator