Stop testing and start improving quality

schedule Jun 30th 01:30 PM - 02:15 PM place EN 303 (C40) people 30 Attending
Are you looking for ways to improve the quality of your product, or to improve yourself as a QA? This talk challenges some of the principles that most QA's believe to be core to their role, and looks at ways of maximising software quality on any agile project.
 
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Are you looking for ways to improve the quality of your product, or to improve yourself as a QA? This talk challenges some of the principles that most QA's believe to be core to their role, and looks at ways of maximising software quality on any agile project.

Learning Outcome

Improved understanding of tester's role in development teams

 

Target Audience

Anyone interested in improving quality of the products

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