The crazy program schedule for Let’s Test 2016 has been published!

The long wait is over. Today we’re publishing the program schedule for Let’s Test 2016! Edit: The program has been updated! Click here to view.

Those of you who have been to Let’s Test in the past know that we’ve continued to evolve the concept over the years. After you’ve had a look at the schedule for 2016, you’ll either agree that it’s the greatest one yet, or you’ll be convinced that we’ve gone completely mad. Or both.

Have you ever attended a conference that has had sessions spanning morning, day, evening and night before? Well now you can. And don’t worry about not being able to go to every session. In fact, we recommend that you don’t even try. Cherry pick the times and sessions that makes the most sense for you and skip the ones that don’t and leave time for downtime and rest. We’ve asked all speakers to appear at least twice during the conference so you won’t have to miss out on workshopping with your favorite instructor or seeing your favorite speaker anyway. Let’s Test 2016 is an all-you-can-eat, internationally catered smorgasbord [ˈsmœ̞rɡɔsˌbuːɖ] of the most awesome kind.

The early bird pricing ends at the end of January so don’t wait to register!

2 Responses to “The crazy program schedule for Let’s Test 2016 has been published!”

  1. When I attended my first Communication Central cernenofce last year, I felt like I had been inducted into a secret society. I learned so much, and it was a pleasure to meet so many of the greats of editing whose books, blog posts, and discussion list messages I had followed so closely over my career. I am thrilled that CC will be returning to Baltimore this year (2012) and I’m looking forward to what’s in store!

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