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תחרות גביע העולם בבדיקות תוכנה!

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תחרות גביע העולם בבדיקות תוכנה!

תחרות בדיקות בינלאומית חדשה בפתחנו, הפעם צוותי בדיקות יתמודדו מול צוותים אחרים מכל העולם, המתמודדים יכולים להיות מאותה החברה או ממספר חברות שהתאגדו לכדי צוות אחד,

התחרות תיערך בשני שלבים, שלב ראשון "מוקדמות" יהיה באופן מקוון כשהזוכים בו יעלו לשלב הגמר בו יתחרו עד 8 צוותים מול קהל חי, תיתכן גם השתתפות מקוונת.

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