Call for Presentations - KWSQA Targeting Quality Conference 2019
Do you have something to say about software quality? Have you tried a strategy, tool, technique, process, or team structure that worked well (or not so well!) that you'd like to share with a broader group of quality-focused software professionals?

We want to hear from you! All are welcome to submit presentation. You may submit more than one proposal; please use a separate form for each idea. We are looking for presentations that are content-rich and free of marketing and sales promotions.

The presentation day will be held on Tuesday, September 24 in Cambridge, ON, Canada. This year we are accepting proposals for 45 or 15 minute presentations.

Important Notes:
- All speakers must agree to abide by the KWSQA's Code of Conduct:
- All speakers are welcome to submit travel expenses, which will be reimbursed after the conference (45 min speakers can submit up to $800CAD, and 15 min speakers can submit up to $300CAD)

Email address *
Your Name: *
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Your Twitter handle (if applicable):
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Presentation Type: *
Presentation Title: *
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Presentation Abstract: *
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Your Bio: *
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Have you given this presentation before? *
If Yes, where/when?
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Links to video recordings of any presentations you have given (if available):
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Will there be an additional presenter for this session? *
If yes, please list additional presenter name, email address, and Twitter handle here:
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Where are you located? *
We occasionally record and stream talks given at KWSQA events and share them in our YouTube channel. Please let us know your preference regarding your submission.
Thank you for your proposal!
Our CFP concludes on April 28, 2019 and we will aim to respond to all submissions by May 17, 2019.

If you have any questions about the CFP process, please email us at conference (at) kwsqa dot org

A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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