Scottish Testing Group

Scottish Testing SG

The aim of the Group is to promote and share excellence in systems and software testing in Scotland.

Two half day events are organised each year to enable networking with other testing professionals and also to provide each member of the Group with the opportunity to gain knowledge to help them improve the testing process in their company.

Though the Group is based in Scotland and is primarily aimed at Scottish Testers, it is open to anyone from the UK who wishes to join. It aims to support and work with the UK Software Testing Specialist Group where and when appropriate.

Membership is free to BCS members. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for Scottish Testing please email Shaun Gauld at shaungauld@hotmail.com, but this does not mean that you are a member of BCS.

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Related Information

Our next event and AGM will take place on 26th October in Edinburgh at BNY Mellon, Capital House, 2 Festival Square, EH3 9SU. With the theme of The Evolving Role of the Tester we have an interesting programme planned. Confirmed keynote speakers for this event are Pablo Garcia Munos, Jonathon Wright and Jamie Gagnon. We will also feature a lightning talks slot and discussion around the Evolving Role of the Tester. See Events for more details.

 

 

The links page has been updated again. Latest changes include details of some new events, testing mindmaps and some additional tool vendors.

Networking Opportunities

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Join the Scottish Testing SG open discussion group on LinkedIn and meet fellow members
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