The European Software Testing Awards (TESTA)

11.06.2013

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The European Software Testing Awards (TESTA) is a new, independent awards programme which will celebrate and promote excellence, best practice and innovation in the software testing and QA community.

The European Software Testing Awards (TESTA) is a new, independent awards programme which will celebrate and promote excellence, best practice and innovation in the software testing and QA community.

The inaugural awards ceremony, to be held at the London Marriot Hotel in Grosvenor Square on Wednesday 20 November, will celebrate the best individuals, teams and businesses striving for technological excellence. These awards will acknowledge the year’s outstanding achievements by this highly-skilled and valuable community.

Regularly featured in the industry-leading journal, Test magazine, Borlandunderstands the dedication, commitment and expertise required to succeed in the testing arena and are proud to sponsor these awards. Borland VP Chris Livesey has volunteered to be on the judging panel.

This will soon become a showpiece within the software testing industry, so the rigor of the judging process for this maiden event is formidable. Only the very best have been selected to progress to the finalists stage, where an impressive panel of judges will decide which individuals, teams, projects or businesses merit a prestigious European Software Testing Award. Those on the shortlist currently include Microsoft, Waitrose, John Lewis IT, The Financial Times Ltd and Lloyds Banking Group in partnership with Cognizant to name a few.

Anyone within the community, regardless of vertical sector or business size, was eligible to enter.  A fast-growing small business has as much chance as the biggest multi-national – it’s all about meeting the strict judging criteria. One thing’s for sure – every finalist must  be ahead of their game – and the competition – and be ready to benchmark themselves against the very best in European testing.

The tables are booked, the evening clothes are back from the dry cleaners …. let the celebrations begin! More here.

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