April & May 2019 QA Events in the GTA and Beyond

If you are in the Greater Toronto Area or Kitchener-Waterloo you might want to consider these events to network with other QA people or learn some of the new ideas in QA.

NVP Software Solutions will be participating in the following software testing and quality assurance events happening this April or May in Ontario, Canada. The events are located in Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo in the coming weeks. Check out the relevant websites for more information and to register. This is a great opportunity to connect with other software testing and quality assurance professionals. We hope to see you there!

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A BLOCKCHAIN AND AI PRIMER –
Eric Osuorah and Patrick . C. Egbunonu – 30 April, 2019
See https://www.toronto-assq.com/ to register

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 – KWSQA/LAST Collaboration

See https//www.kwsqa.org/kwalitytalks  to register

Plan your 2019 Courses today. See nvp.ca/services/training for a complete schedule.

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