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Hangout with Testers 17 – What is the importance of the English language for Brazilian testers ?

Qui, 10 de set, 21:00 – 22:30
Hangouts On Air – Transmissão gratuita

Let’s put our language skills to use and discuss how useful the English language really is for our Brazilian software testing area ! Since Brazil is not an English speaker country, we will explain how we learned this foreign language and why we keep refining our knowledge on it. Also, we will give some thought to the tough question: What would be better: a “senior” tester that doesn’t speak english or a “junior” one that does speaks ? Don’t miss the live broadcast on September 10th !

Participants:
Anna Carolina Rocha  – annarocha@gmail.com
Eduardo Sauner – eduardosauner@gmail.com
Elias Nogueira – elias.nogueira@gmail.com
Felipe Silva – felipeibg@yahoo.com.br
Gabriel Oliveira – gabriel.pa.oliveira@gmail.com
Walmyr Filho – wlsf82@gmail.com

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Sobre Luiz Lohn

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Luiz Lohn trabalha como QA Engineer em uma multinacional, além de realizar palestras e consultorias em empresas. Atua como um dos coordenadores do GUTS-SC (Grupo de usuário de teste de software), membro ativo na comunidade de qualidade e teste de software, ministra palestras e cursos. Especializando-se em segurança web e mobile.

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