We are in the process of finalising the programme for our May 31st event in Glasgow – working with the theme of ‘Automation’.
I am pleased to say that amongst the speakers we have Isabel Evans, discussing UX in relation to test tools, and Dan Martland, Head of Edge Consulting’s Technical Practice.
We will also be continuing the ‘Lightening Talks’ that have proved so popular at recent events – your chance to have a say about something you feel should have a wider audience (if you are interested in a slot drop me an email and I will reserve your space (email@example.com) – but be quick as places are limited!).
Scottish Testing Group
(Ticket information to follow soon)
Reinventing Software Quality
The needs to go faster to market and cut costs, dominating the industry lately, are significantly changing the landscape of software quality.
Many pillars of successful quality strategies in the past are just slowing down delivery too much.
To be competitive in the future, Continue reading “STG Glasgow 2012 – Gojko Adzic”
When Testing Becomes The Risk
In our daily work we test software to prevent bad things from happening in the real world once the software is deployed. We assess the quality of the software and give a well founded advice on the go live decision. In some cases however the mere act of testing breaches the safety barriers and puts companies on the spot (not the ‘happy’ spot) and causes embarrassment or even damage. By analysing a number of real life ‘accidents’ in this category Bart helps us in understanding on how to Continue reading “STG Glasgow 2012 – Bart Knaack”
The Scottish Testing Group announces speakers for the April 2012 event:
Monday 23rd April 2012 @ 13:00 – 17:00
Gojko Adzic – “Reinventing Software Quality”
Bart Knaack– “When Testing Becomes the Risk”
To register contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scottish Testing Group are pleased to confirm the date for the next event.
23rd April 2012 – Glasgow
We have a couple of cracking speakers lined up:
Further details to follow shortly.