Get answers to some of the frequently asked questions about TechWell and our family of products here.
Q. What does TechWell Corporation do?
TechWell helps software and IT professionals develop and deliver better software by providing a hub of expertise shared through international software conferences, training, publications, and online communities.
Producing some of the industry's most respected software development and testing conferences, delivering expert-led training, offering highly rated publications, and providing interactive community websites, TechWell strives to expand the universe of software development skills and information.
We connect you to the experts and knowledge needed to build and deliver great software applications and systems.
Q. Why the name change?
We changed our name from Software Quality Engineering (SQE) to TechWell to reflect who we are today. Since SQE was founded in 1986, we've evolved along with the industry and expanded our offerings to cover the entire software lifecycle. The TechWell name now serves as the umbrella brand for all of the products and services we offer.
Q. Why didn't SQE Training's name change?
While SQE Training does reference our original company name, we feel that it is prudent to continue to do business under a name that has such wide recognition and an established track record within the industry.
Q. How do I become an author, speaker, or instructor for TechWell?
We invite you to share your expertise through our conferences, training, communities, and publications. You may learn more via these links:
Article submission information—Have an idea for an article or story? Our submission guidelines are posted here. Ready to submit? Just email [email protected] with your proposal.
Conference speaker information—TechWell accepts submissions for upcoming conferences throughout the year. Click here for more details and dates.
SQE Training instructor information—Interested in finding out if you would be a good fit as an SQE instructor? Contact Alison Wade, President of SQE Training at [email protected].
Q. How do I get more information on your conferences?
We offer conferences that cover the most up-to-date topics, including software testing, software improvement, agile development, and DevOps. You may learn about TechWell conferences here or contact us at [email protected].
Q. How do I get more information on your training?
SQE Training, a TechWell Company, offers premium software improvement training and certification across the entire software lifecycle. You may learn about SQE Training here or contact us at [email protected].
Q. How do I become a member of StickyMinds, CMCrossroads, or AgileConnection?
Receive exclusive benefits with your free membership to our online communities, including free publications, special offers, full access to community Q&A boards, and more.
Q. How do I find out more about advertising and conference sponsorship options with TechWell?
We offer a number of ways to reach an engaged and highly targeted audience of software and IT professionals. Learn more about our lead generation programs and advertising opportunities in our publications and at our conferences here.
Q. I am looking for an opportunity not outlined in your media kit. Is that possible?
Our media specialists will gladly help you plan and execute a customized advertising campaign. Please contact us at [email protected].
Press & Media
Q. How do I get a press pass to a TechWell conference?
Press passes are given to contributing writers or freelancers who have the required credentials and who will be writing about a TechWell conference event. All members of the press must be pre-qualified and pre-registered.
Q. I would like to republish one of your stories. Whom should I contact?
Send an email to [email protected] with the following information: name of article, link to article, publication where it would be republished, and any additional relevant information.
Q. I would like to get input for a story from a TechWell subject expert. Can you help me?
Send an email to [email protected] outlining the topic you are writing about, the publication, the deadline, as well as the name of your requested expert (if applicable).