The Forensics of Testing – Mike Lyles In this presentation, we will put the role of the tester under the microscope and discuss how testers can learn from the research and work that criminal investigators do today, how to use hard facts, as well as hidden facts, to determine a trustworthy conclusion. In testing, we...
Performance and Security Quality Practices in Continuous Delivery presented by Khan Klatt, Director of Engineering at McGraw-Hill Engineering Modern software engineering practices have challenged traditional thinking around the delivery of quality software. Waterfall practices have been eclipsed by agile practices, reducing cycle time to deliver software features from quarters or years to weeks or months. […]
Leading Change from the QA team Most efforts to request or implement changes fail. They fail often enough that the “change curve” for organization change is derived from the grieving process when a loved-one dies. Shock, denial, anger, and fear are experienced before the organization starts accepting the change and committing to it. These change […]
QASIG Lightning Talk – Presented by Dr. Cristina Marinovici, PNNL, National Power Grid
MetaAutomation presented by: Matt Griscom See Matt’s book on Amazon.com Regression testing automation provides an important measure of product quality and can keep the quality moving forward. Unfortunately, automation can take a long time to run, and automation failures generally must be debugged and triaged by the test automation team before any action item can […]