It was been another eventful quarter with events running from our cultural day to annual technical symposium. This technical symposium Qualloquium that happens in September every year is an exclusive event for our testing community at QA InfoTech where we had a diligently selected set of 10 speakers that were chosen and trained in-house for over 2 months. They spoke on topics ranging from augmented reality, to thinking caps in software testing to layout testing in automation. The day was a technical feast with 2 additional keynote sessions too on gaming in testing and changing role of a tester. We had external guests of honour from leading ISVs in the jury panel that joined us for the entire day. On the same note, we continued our test evangelistic efforts at the national and international levels too. 3 of our testers have been chosen to speak at the national STC QAI event that is upcoming in December. Our Sr. Director of Engagements, will be a keynote speaker at this event second time in a row. Our head of test automation, presented a session on E2E automation test frameworks at Star West in the US, this month. And we had a strong representation at the Frankfurt Book Fair earlier this month meeting several publishers from all over the world. We are also very excited to share that the second book from QA InfoTech, this one on Crowdsourced testing has been published and released by Taylor & Francis and is now available for purchase here.