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End the Guessing Game - Regression Test Selection Methods[presentation]

Developing your regression test suite does not have to be a guessing game.

Brian Robinson, ABB Inc.
Let's Make Bugs Miserable[presentation]

Preventing and eliminating bugs is what quality is all about. Help! Call the virtual exterminator!

Anibal Sousa, Microsoft Corporation
Quality Assurance and Testing in an FDA Regulated Environment[presentation]

How can we reduce costs associated with FDA imposed computer systems validation (CSV) guidelines and improve test coverage at the same time?

Eric Toburen, Genilogix
Diagnosing Performance Problems in Web Server Applications[presentation]

Many application performance failures are episodic, leading to frustrated users calling help desks, frantic troubleshooting of production systems, and re-booting systems.

Ron Bodkin, Glassbox software
Testing Web Services Security[presentation]

Many organizations are beginning to deploy Web services as the preferred way to interact electronically with employees, customers, and trading partners.

Jack Quinnell, Kenai Systems
Testing Dialogues - Management Issues[presentation]

Many organizations are beginning to deploy Web services as the preferred way to interact electronically with employees, customers, and trading partners.

Facilitated by Esther Derby and Elisabeth Hendrickson
Testing with the Open Source DBUnit Framework[presentation]

Many enterprise applications are tightly coupled to a database. Consequently testing application code that depends on a database is challenging because the act of testing changes the database, often making retesting a problem.

Andrew Glover, Vanward Technologies
The Enemy Within: Testing Windows Registry Entries[presentation]

Warning: Registry keys may be hazardous to your program's health! Registry key entries in Windows applications-visible or hidden-are often neglected by testers.

Michael Stahl, Intel Corporation
Performance Testing Early in Development Iterations[presentation]

When the software architecture is emerging and many features are not yet ready, performance testing is a challenge. However, waiting until the software is almost finished is too risky. What to do?

Neill McCarthy, BJSS
Security Nirvana - Combining Source Code Scanning and Penetration Testing[presentation]

Penetrate and Patch. That's the unspoken model that many software development teams have been following for the past several years: build it, and when a security problem is found, then scurry around to patch it.

Ady Kakrania, Security Innovation LLC
Deploy a Peerless Peer Review Process[presentation]

Peer review programs are like parachutes-proper deployment is essential; otherwise, they inevitably will crash. When effectively implemented, peer reviews have a significant return on investment and result in greater product reliability.

Lee Sheiner, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Testing Dialogues - Management Issues[presentation]

As a test manager, are you struggling at work with a BIG test management issue or a personnel issue? If so, this session is for you.

Esther Derby, Esther Derby Associates Inc
Intelligence Testing: Techniques for Validating a Data Warehouse System[presentation]

Many organizations have implemented information repositories-single-source data warehouses-to capture and provide key business intelligence information.

Geoff Horne, iSQA
A Spoon Full of Sugar Helps the Test Process Improvement Go Down[presentation]

Test process improvement is the medicine many software organizations need to heal wounds caused by today's fast-paced software development lifecycles.

Dion Johnson, DiJohn IC, Inc
Bugs Shipped: Agile Versus eXtreme[presentation]

Traditionally, acceptance testing is an end-of-development, final-stage test activity, often done ad-hoc by users.

Marnie Hutcheson, Ideva

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