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Tutorial 1: Finally… Reliable Software!

Bryan Bakker y Peter Wijnhoven will give this tutorial-workshop, in which participants will be working with a 4-step approach to achieve a defined software reliability level. Each step will be presented, after which the participants will apply the concepts and techniques in a real life case. At the end of the workshop all steps will have been demonstrated and participants have hands-on experience to apply the approach in their own environment. 

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QA&TEST closes a sucessfull Call for Papers and starts the configuration of the Programme

The Technical Committee of QA&TEST wants to thank your participation in the call for papers for the 15th edition of the conference. From December to April we have received about a hundred proposals, among which are major companies in the sector, such as Intel, Samsung, Spotify, Adobe and many more. The growing international impact of QA&TEST is reflected with the reception of papers not only in Europe but in Australia, Canada, Uruguay, Argentina, India and even Qatar.

The process of evaluation of the received submissions has already begun. We will announce the first names of the program during the month of May. Many thanks for your participation.

Call for papers QA&TEST 2016 is already open

QA&TEST invites the professionals of QA & testing for Embedded Systems to share their knowledge and experiences in the Conference. The Call for Papers has started and will end on 21st March 2016. 

Participate as a speaker at QA&TEST will bring you the possibility of establishing direct contact with directors and senior executives of technology companies. QA&TEST will allow you to improve your business network and build relationships with potential customers, from the vantage position of being recognized as an expert in QA & Testing for Embedded Systems.

Download the template and send all the documentation using the form you will find in our website.

 

Thanks for being part of QA & TEST 2015

QA & TEST 2015 has successfully closed its 14th edition. During the 14th, 15th and 16th October, all the participants have enjoyed a whole of 27 presentations, keynotes and tutorials with high technical content and training, and they have been accompanied by professionals around the world who have created an excellent atmosphere focused on a vision of industry in constant evolution.

From the QA & TEST team we want to thank everyone who attended the conference and especially our speakers, exhibitors and technical committee. We had a great edition of the conference due to your collaboration, with three days of learning and networking.

This edition, QA&TEST Best Speaker's award was given to Adrià Guixà and Alejandro Mendez from the company IDNEO based in Barcelona. Their presentation, entitled "Validation team and testability commitment" was highly valued by the audiencie and the Technical Committee so the award was very well-deserved.

See you in QA & TEST 2016 !

 

QATEST completes its programme with two new Keynotes!

Thor Myklebust will impart the second Keynote which will initiate the second working day of Qatest 2015. As a founder of SafeScrum, his presentation will start by presenting and clarifying relevant terms and definitions, as these may differ from standard to standard and especially between the safety domain and the agile domain. In this presentation he will evaluate the IEC 61508-3 and EN 50128 standards and will discuss the requirement and guideline parts that have to be considered when applying agile methods. This two software safety standards leave the interpretation and explanation of the requirements to the suppliers and the certification bodies.

The third and final Keynote of Qatest will be leading the friday morning openning session. Mike Jarred, passionate about testing and using information generated by project teams to improve both software quality, and to initiate organizational improvement, will focus his presentation on the improvement of projects and organizational value using test analytics. Jarred will explore how to address these challenges by analysing data generated in testing projects, then applying Statistical Process Control and Root Cause Analysis to drive quality improvements into the early stages of the development lifecycle, ultimately improving business outcomes.