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Test Leadership Congress is an international conference featuring emerging trends, latest developments, experience and practical advice in software quality leadership and management.

The conference program 2020 is designed for comfortable learning and maximized interactive participation from the safety of your home:

Summer Season: July 20th through August 21st
Tutorials: September-October 2020

Learn details and ways to participate: https://testleadershipcongress-ny.com/program/
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Monday, July 20 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
PRE-CONFERENCE SOCIAL: Game + Networking

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Join us for the game and networking session!

Questions for Testers is a silly game with a serious purpose. 

It’s an easy way to start interesting conversations. I use it to help testers to build connections. QfT works with teams who know each other well, and strangers who share an interest in testing. You can play it in person with cards from https://github.com/workroomprds/QuestionsForTesters , or online by using http://exercises.workroomprds.com/qft/ . 

QfT uses a deck of questions about testing; each question has several answers. There are just a few answers for each question, and none are right or wrong. The game is for the group to guess what someone in the group might choose, to compare that with that person's actual choice, and (perhaps) to persuade each other into an alternative

We’ll gather in a large group to say hello and consider the rules. Here are the rules.
Process 1: Make a group. 
Process 2: Take turns. Each turn, one of you reads a question, and its options, out loud – then chooses one option, privately. Harder decisions are more interesting.

Process 3: Talk. The reader may give points to anyone who predicts (or sways) their choice. Return to 2.

Ranking: Points are pointless.


We'll split into smaller groups, each with a handful of people. Each group plays the game, facilitators move between groups. After some time, we reconvene, split into different groups, and play again. Then we exchange contact details, set up times to talk again, and move on.

QfT is based on https://www.sussedthegame.co.uk . QfT is open source, and available for anyone to run at any event. QfT was developed, and is maintained, by @workroomprds.



Speakers
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James Lyndsay

Principal Consultant, Workroom Productions Ltd.


Monday July 20, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online

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