Putting Software Quality Best Practices to the Test at Better Software West 2012

06.07.2012

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Software testers are always bombarded with the same earnest “best practices” to help them better perform their jobs – attend quality certification programs, understand the tester’s role in agile development, use the keyword drive approach, etc. Clinton Sprauve, director, product marketing & strategy, Micro Focus, sings a different tune during his session at next week’s Better Software West Conference in Las Vegas.

Clinton will provide alternatives to traditional best practices as they relate to the constantly evolving and complex world of software testing. Join him if you’re in the area on June 14!

Session Details

The Mis-education of Software Testers – Rethinking and Relearning Software Quality

When: Thursday, June 14, 2012, 10:15 AM PDT

Where: Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, NV

What: This session will provide alternative perspectives on software testing best practices, such as keyword-driven testing, requirements traceability, the tester’s role in agile development, quality reporting, tool expertise, and quality certification programs.

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