Micro Focus Events




Micro Focus runs a full program of events in a number of locations, visit our events page for the latest listings.

Australia: Micro Focus and KJ Ross & Associates Breakfast Seminar, Sydney and Melbourne

Micro Focus Australia hosted a joint breakfast seminar with KJ Ross as a partner. Attendees saw a presentation focusing on Micro Focus’ leadership position in the testing market, and how testing is increasingly moving centre stage in SDLC. Dr Mark Pederson, a high profile testing expert from independent thought leader KJ Ross also presented, drawing on real-life experience of implementing Micro Focus testing solutions.

Coming soon: 5-6th October, Micro Focus is sponsoring the Iqnite conference, the local testing event of the year, managed by KJ Ross, together with Microsoft.

India: Micro Focus Test World

‘Micro Focus Test World’ is a flagship event in India, hosted in Chennai, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore.

Primarily targeted at Strategic and Functional IT managers from the Testing community, Micro Focus Test World was attended by over 400 Testing Professionals. At the Hyderabad and Bangalore events keynote addresses were delivered by key industry influencers: Vice President, Delivery, AppLabs and Global Head, Assurance Services, TCS. Both spoke about how Micro Focus helps them to be successful in delivering Testing as a service.

Coming up in North America: Perspectives on the Future of Software Development, Toronto and Rochester

Micro Focus is hosting two executive lunches on July 13th in Toronto and July 21st in Rochester, NY to discuss the future of software development.

As trends, such as Agile, gain popularity, there are questions around the business value they deliver. Analysts encourage organizations to drive quality from the start of the software development lifecycle to streamline and reduce cost. In this executive luncheon, we will share perspectives on the sources of these issues and examine some of the emerging trends which hold the promise of improving project success, productivity, and ultimately cost reduction.

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