LogiGear Magazine Calendar 2014
|February||Test Methods and Strategies|
|April||Test Tools and Automation|
|December||Offshoring & Outsourcing|
LogiGear is soliciting writing from new authors, QA and test engineers. We encourage the next generation of thinkers and practitioners in software quality and testing to get published! Articles can be original works or previously posted articles on blogs, websites or newsletters but within a timely manner. Stories can take form as features, tips and hints, testing instructions, motivational articles and testing about software testing practices and industry trends.
- Feature articles must be 800 words or more; related articles must be 500 words or more; and tips and tricks must be 200 words or less.
- Only submissions from original authors will be accepted. By submitting this material, you have acknowledged that the material is legal and can be redistributed (book publishers or a public relations firm will need to reference this information at the top of the article). Such articles will not be compensated and will not be accepted if it can be interpreted as advertisements. However, you may place a brief resource box and contact information (but no ads) at the end of your article. Please specify if you wish to have your e-mail included for readers’ response.
- Due to staffing, editing of such submissions is limited; therefore, please send only the final draft of your work. After article is received, it may be revised before publishing, but not without your final approval.
- Submissions may or may not be used. It is the sole discretion of LogiGear Magazine’s editorial staff to publish any material. You will be notified in writing if your article will be published and in which edition.
For additional information about our guidelines or to submit an article, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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LogiGear Magazine is an extension of LogiGear Corporation and its mission to provide professional software testing services with outsourcing opportunities. Although some magazine issues may include opposing views, we are in full support of outsourcing and offshore testing projects. We welcome an open discussion on all testing related matters in our effort to provide a well rounded magazine focused on current trends, opinions and developments.