Share Your Ideas in a Poster Paper
Sharing your idea with the PNSQC audience doesn’t have to be hard. If you're not sure you have a full paper in you, then consider instead proposing a Poster Paper. These are best if:
  • You have a laser-focused idea. Maybe your concept is "too focused" for an entire paper, but is still something you really want to share.
  • You don't want to present before a full room. Poster Paper presenters can talk one-on-one or to small groups of people, and have more back-and-forth conversations.
  • Your idea is still being developed. This can happen if you don’t have a focus in mind, or your concept is still very abstract, or is about an emerging technology. And that’s ok, because Poster Papers have a rolling submission deadline.

If any or all of these apply to you, consider submitting a Poster Paper instead of a full talk.

Get Your Retrospectives in Gear
Our webinar series continues with guest Adam Light this Thursday, April 25 . He will be sharing how you and your organization can improve your retrospectives. If your Agile practices are feeling stale, it’s time to update your improvement toolkit. Register now for this webinar and join us Thursday to find out how you can create conditions that keep your agile practices moving forward.