London Tester Gathering Workshops 2016 - Call for Thoughts

The London Tester Gathering Workshops returns on the 2-3rd of June 2016 to bring you some of the greatest minds in our industry, to learn, share and evolve the tool and techniques that matter to you! A joining of 100+ testers, #LTGWorkshops creates an unrivalled space for meeting fellow testers facing the same engineering problems. At the centre of the conference is a tried-and-true design with a focus on giving you the advantages you won't find in the manual!

****About the conference****
The London Tester Gathering Workshops will take place in London on the 2nd to 3rd of June 2016. An independent conference, organised for and by the community, we aim to organise two jam packed day full of workshops and discussions on the topics that drive innovation across this field of thought.

****Call for Thoughts (CfT)****
All Skills Matter’s conferences are crafted with the community in mind; for people who are passionate about discovering and learning innovative approaches and technologies to crack the engineering challenges in our industry. People like you!

We hope you can help us organise a valuable event that helps you discover and explore those ideas, technologies and practices you need, featuring the experts you want to learn from and formats that best suit you, by sharing your ideas in this Call for Thoughts.

****How to get involved****
Which technologies and approaches are you currently exploring? Which ideas would you like to learn more of? Which experts could help you gain the skills and understanding you need to help you and your team deliver great solutions? We also want to know how you learn best (lightning talks, full length talks, discussions, demos, workshops?)

By submitting your ideas to the CfT you could win yourself a **free** ticket to this year’s conference. This is your chance to have a hand in defining the dialogue on testing tools and best practices! We hope you’ll help us by sharing your thoughts below!

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