Clinton Sprauve, director, product marketing & strategy, and Pete Dupre, chief architect of Borland solutions are headed to Chicago, IL this week to discuss mobile functional testing and requirements management optimization at the QUEST 2012 Software Testing Conference and Expo. This gathering of IT professionals in the QA community will discuss and share knowledge about the increasingly important demand of building and testing quality software. This year’s rich agenda features tracks in agile, management, process and assessment, requirements analysis, test automation and testing practices.
If you’re at the event, Pete and Clint welcome you to come by and get involved in their discussions.
Who: Pete Dupre, chief architect of Borland Solutions, Micro Focus
When: Thursday, May 3rd at 9:45 AM
Where: Grand Ballroom G, Westin Lombard Yorktown Center
What: This session will address the issue of IT project failures that arise from inadequate requirements practices. It will outline best practices and strategies for ensuring IT projects do not become failures. It will also explore the challenges of requirement processes, common reasons for failure and how social, mobile and cloud technologies are affecting the requirements process.
Who: Clinton Sprauve, director, product marketing & strategy, Micro Focus
When: Thursday, May 3rd at 2:30 PM
Where: Expo Hall, Westin Lombard Yorktown Center
What: This session will provide an overview of Silk Mobile, Micro Focus’ new mobile testing solution for Android, iOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Symbian. It will address the growing change and competition in the mobile landscape and advise testers how to adapt with reusable, maintainable regression test suites.
Additional information from the event will be shared on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/QUAquest and using #QUEST2012.