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Rachel Macaso - Goldleaf Financial Solutions, Inc.

STAREAST offered renowned speakers who expanded our thoughts and gave better insight into testing.

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I had high expectations for the conference, presenters, and networking opportunities, and STARWEST exceeded my expectations.

Sara Geiken - Wells Fargo

SQE Training always provides an exceptional program with highly qualified instructors. Thank you. I will look to take additional courses in the future and recommend courses to my colleagues.

Kris Wetterland - Fidelity Investments

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Mike Chernick - UPS

As a first time attendee, I was very impressed by the entire conference. Perfect balance of technical and more managerial. I would recommend to anyone in the software industry.

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I've taken SQE Training before but have always traveled to the course. My first experience at an online course was excellent.

Roselee Keith - Cognera Corp.

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Carol Magsalansan - Smart Communications, LLC

Excellent speakers, excellent meals and networking, and exceptional training experience.

Brianna Banks - USAA

Excellent conference throughout - very well organized with high quality presentations.

Rich Brahm - PracticeWorks Systems, LLC

I've taken countless courses over 25 years and have never received as much practical knowledge as I did here. Just enough theory to understand the concepts, and the rest is valuable information useful in the real world!

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