Vipul Kocher, Ajoy Singha and Vipul Gupta have created a platform for testers to share their experience and learn about testing. The platform is a monthly testers meet which is a mix of formal paper presentations, group discussions, solving practical problems faced by members in the audience and lots of fun activities. With its beginning in the NCR region the initiative is spreading its wings to many other major cities of India by involving like-minded people.

This time’s NCR TMM is a full day conference scheduled for April 16, 2011 with testing gurus and testing “shurus” like me coming from all over India. Have a look at the topics and you would understand what this extremely low cost (Rs 500/- per person) and high quality conference has got to offer to its attendees.

You can find more details about the same at ITB NCR Chapter The main page contain the agenda, link to registration page and a couple of videos from past meets.

I would present on the topic of Test Encapsulation at the conference. I look forward to meeting some of best minds in the industry like Vipul Kocher, Pradeep Soundararajan and  Narayan Raman, as well as enthusiastic testers who choose to spend a day on learning and building their skill set.

See you there!

3 Responses to “NCR Testers Monthly Meet – Full Day Conference”

  1. Ajoy Kumar Singha

    Thanks Rahul for spreading the word. We will look forward to see you in the conference.

    ~Ajoy Singha

    • Rahul Verma


      It was a pleasure being a part of this wonderful conference.

      It’d need a lot of hard work to bring Bangalore TMM chapter to the NCRTMM’s current level and then making it better 🙂

  2. Parul Verma

    I would like you to provide your input on the doubt which I am having as far as Automation testing is concerned. I am working at HCL Technologies and have been into pure manual testing without any use of database testing. I want to learn database testing and automation testing tools such as QTP. Can you please help me out in telling me the institutes in Noida, gurgaon and Delhi which have good faculty and provide quality education. It would be of great help.

    Thanks a lot.

    Parul Verma

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