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Best Practices for Testing with Agility

  • 14 Dec 2017
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Poor Richard's Common House, 8301 Normandale Blvd,
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Celebrate the season with your colleagues at TCQAA! 

Join us for hot appetizers and our annual joint-event with Twin-Spin!

Our profession continues to evolve at a break-neck pace.  But what is really happening out there? 

Join us for a presentation of the survey results from TCQAA’s 2nd bi-annual “State of the QA Profession”.  We will share our findings from your feedback about the use of automation, the employment of Agile models, trends in certifications, current compensation ranges, and much more!

This information will be followed by a presentation from Robert Gormley on “Best Practices for Testing with Agility”.   Robert will share his consulting expertise, and what he considers to be the best practices for testing with agility, including how to:

·         get testing in the same sprint as development

·         elevate the role of the “manual tester”

·         develop greater testing speed and agility through risk based testing

·         apply TDD/BDD/ATDD judiciously

·         accomplish greater coverage with fewer tests

·         establish and manage metrics that actual mean something

If you're on the Wait List and do not receive a confirmation, we are sorry that we will miss you.

Roberts’ Bio:  Robert is accountable for the strategic leadership of Trissential/SQS quality assurance technology services, including automation, performance, mobile, IoT, and security testing.  He has worked for over 15 years in the quality assurance domain on projects within finance, healthcare, retail, security, wearables, and IoT.  Regardless of the project, Robert’s goal is to use lean processes to produce quality software that meets the needs of the customer.  Robert is a certified scrum master with 8 years of experience in Agile.  He has a particular expertise in implementing enterprise test automation frameworks and the required strategies for sustainable success.  He enjoys mentoring and training people throughout the product lifecycle in the ways of total quality management and speaks regularly at local and national conferences. 

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