6 fantastic tracks at QA&TEST 2013
These are the Tracks of QA&TEST
- Test Management
- Testing Real Time Systems
- QA Management
- Testing Techniques
- Test Automation
- Testing Safety Critical Systems
During the three days of the Conference, delegates of companies like Intel Corporation, Spotify, Phillips, Telefónica, Quality Perspectives, PrettyGoodTesting and many more, will show you the best techniques to obtain the maximum of your testing processes, reducing costs and time.Visit QA&TEST website to be updated with all the news of the Programme!
Three outstanding keynotes
QA&TEST 2013 will offer three fantastic keynotes. As in previous editions, the Technical Committee has invited three personalities of QA and testing industry to give these 60 minutes master classes.
The opening keynote will be in charge of Lynn McKee, independent consultant and winner of the Best Speaker Award at QA&TEST 2012. She will explain how it can be a real challenge attempting to meet expectations when everyone is looking for something different. Each stakeholder has their own perspective on quality, how to achieve it, how to represent it, how frequently, with whom, and so on.
Tanya Wapple will be focused on transforming User Acceptance Testing on a large-scale program. She will explain how we are working past old structure and mentalities, into a context-driven testing approach. And finally, Morten Hougaard will share his experiences of working with people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, in the sector of software testing. It’s about two-way living, two-way training, two-way working, two-way laughing etc.
Do not miss these fantastic keynotes! Register before 16th September and you will get 15% discount! !
Discover the tutorials!
QA&TEST will have two exceptional tutorials; four hour sessions to giving an insight into technologies, tools, instruments and working methods, showing clearly and concisely the practical elements of their implementation.
Jan Jaap Cannegieter and Erik Boelen will give the first tutorial of QA&TEST, entitled “Test Process Improvement in theory and practice”. During the tutorial they will present TMMi, the successor of TMM, a maturity model for testing. Furthermore the speakers will explain how TMMi assessments are performed and will present the outcomes of over 25 assessments that took place in The Netherlands.
Jon Hagar will be in charge of the second tutorial, and we will follow the tradition of James Whittaker’s book series How to Break … Software. Jon Hagar applies the testing “attack” concept to the domain of embedded software systems. Jon defines the sub-domains of mobile & embedded software and examines the issues of software product failure caused by defects in this type of software. Next, Jon shares a set of attacks against embedded software based on common modes of failure that embedded device testers can direct against their software.