Breakout Sessions: Breakout sessions are 45-60 minute interactive sessions. Breakout sessions provide a rounded perspective on a topic. Sessions include multiple presenters from a single organization, across multiple organizations, or panel sessions specifically where the end users of tests and assessments are involved.
ePoster Sessions: An ePoster Session is an electronic presentation/demonstration that is displayed on a large monitor, each session typically lasts about 6 minutes. It repeats throughout the 2 hours allotted. Attendees are encouraged to review the ePosters while enjoying the Reception with the Exhibitors.
Innovation Debates: In a fast-paced 90-minute session speakers will present competing sides of a debate on a hot topic in the testing industry. Each debate will include presenters from different companies or organizations bringing unique, and even opposing, perspectives to the conversation.
Interactive Workshops: An Interactive Workshop is a 1.5-hour session where participants learn and communicate through structured group activities. These workshops will cover a variety of Session Topics and provide attendees with hands-on experience.
Peas in a Pod Discussions: Peas in a Pod Discussions are informal, face-to-face conversations with fellow conference goers who share common interests. Pods do not include presentations. There are no projectors or slides. This is all about direct engagement and exploration of ideas.
Product Demonstrations: A Product Demonstration is a computer-based demonstration or presentation showcasing the latest technologies, products, services, or solutions in the testing industry. Each Product Demonstration will last about 10 minutes.
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