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The Complete Developer[presentation]

With the global availability of talented development people there is a growing trend toward the commoditization of software development.

Luke Hohmann, Enthiosys, Inc.
Patterns, Influence Strategies, and Stone Age Legacies[presentation]

Struggling to help your team or organization become more innovative? Have great ideas but can't seem to get them off the ground?

Linda Rising, Specialist
Agile Productivity Metrics[presentation]

Enough of the stories ... Where is the quantitative proof that Agile methods like Extreme Programming (XP) deliver higher productivity and quality?

Michael Mah, QSM Associates, Inc.
Retrospectives: Five Years Beyond the Book[presentation]
Norm Kerth, Elite Systems
There's Always Time for Pragmatic Project Planning[presentation]

"Plan your work. Work your plan." Or, "Plan? Plan? We don't need no stinkin' plan." Which is the best approach for your software project? According to Robert Galen, neither is the right answer.

Robert Galen, RGCG, LLC
There's Always Time for Pragmatic Project Planning[presentation]

"Plan your work. Work your plan." Or, "Plan? Plan? We don't need no stinkin' plan." Which is the best approach for your software project? According to Robert Galen, neither is the right answer.

Robert Galen, RGCG, LLC
Translating Business Risks into a Risk-Based Test Plan[presentation]

We all know that testing should be based on business risks. In practice, test managers often go from those risks to test coverage in an ad-hoc, intuitive way.

Ruud Teunissen, POLTEQ IT Services BV
Session-Based Exploratory Testing: A Large Project Adventure[presentation]

You know the story: Marketing wants more features, faster release cycles, and release dates that do not slip. Customers want new functions and software that does not break.

George Bliss, Captaris
Managing Successful Outsourcing Projects[presentation]

Global teams are increasingly becoming a reality with advancement in networking and internet technologies. You may have part of your team on west coast, east coast, in Europe or Asia.

Samir Shah, Microsoft Corporation
All I Need to Know about Testing I Learned from Dr. Seuss[presentation]

Through the stories and parables of Theodor Geisel, we can learn simple, yet remarkably powerful approaches for solving testing problems.

Robert Sabourin, AmiBug.com Inc
Deal Me In: Playing the Mangage Your Manager Game[presentation]

We all have managers above us with whom we must deal-and how we deal with them requires skill and practice. To be successful and help a team be its best, you, as a test manager, need daily practice at managing your manager(s).

Jon Hagar, Lockheed Martin
SOA and Web Services Testing Involve the Whole Team[presentation]

Serious enterprise application development is moving to Service Oriented Architectures as companies try to leverage existing applications while meeting new customer demands.

John Michelsen, iTKO, Inc.
The Art of Exploration[presentation]

In order for exploratory testing to be perceived as a valuable process by all stakeholders in the organization, we need to make sure the result of that testing-our documentation-is presented with the same professionalism and attention to deta

David Gilbert, Sirius Software Quality Associates, Inc.
She Said, He Heard: Challenges and Triumphs in Global Outsourcing[presentation]

You are asked to put together a QA group in India that will work in tandem with your US team to provide twenty-four hour support for a global financial company.

Judy Hallstrom, Franklin Templeton Investments
You'll Be Surprised by the Things Testers Miss[presentation]

Why do some bugs lie undetected until live operation of the software and then almost immediately bite us?

James Lyndsay, Workroom Productions

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