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After System Testing: Don't Forget Infrastructure Testing[presentation]

Traditionally, testing IT applications is done in isolation on a stand-alone platform.

David Watt, Lockheed Martin
Lesson Learned in the 24/7 Online Web World[presentation]

Managing a successful, rapidly changing Web site and trying to track the bugs is a never-ending process.

Jane Fraser, Electronic Arts
The New Era of Community-based Testing[presentation]

Professionals are being confronted by a growing list of challenges-shorter release cycles, increased expectations, smaller budgets, and fewer testing resources.

Doron Reuveni, uTest
Updating Your Testing Methods for Web 2.0[presentation]

Web 2.0 moves much of the application functionality directly into the browser. While creating a richer user-experience that everyone craves, these technologies pose significant new challenges for testing.

Matt Brayley, Borland
Top Ten Automation Questions and Their Answers[presentation]

As software becomes more complex, many strategic test automation issues emerge that put test automation projects and improvement programs more at risk than ever.

Mukesh Mulchandani, ZenTEST Labs
STAREAST 2009: The Irrational Tester: Avoiding the Pitfalls[presentation]

As a tester or test manager, have you ever wondered whether reason actually plays a part in some management decisions? It seems that many decisions are influenced by far more-or far less-than rational analysis. Surprise!

James Lyndsay, Workroom Productions, Ltd.
STAREAST 2009: Testing Dialogues - Management Issues[presentation]

What is the biggest management problem you are facing in 2009? Doing more with less? Demonstrating the value of testing to your company? Improving your team's skills while keeping up with projects? Automating more tests?

Rob Sabourin, AmiBug.com
A Test Offshoring Model that Works[presentation]

USG is a Fortune 500 building products manufacturer with over fifty North American locations.

Brook Klawitter, USG, Corp.
Challenges in SOA Performance Testing[presentation]

A system built using a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) consists of many different services that interact with each other to provide the system's functionality.

Manikanda Viswanathan, Cognizant Technology
STAREAST 2009: What Price Truth? When a Tester is Asked to Lie[presentation]

As testers, our job is to report the current state of software quality on our projects. But in the high-stakes, high-risk business of software development, some may pressure us to distort the message.

Fiona Charles
End-to-End Testing in an Enterprise Agile Environment[presentation]

All too often, surprises occur late in development when independent projects-agile or not-at varying stages of completion must merge into a cohesive deliverable. These surprises often result in schedule slips and unfulfilled customer needs.

Billie Bell, Intuit, Inc.
Testing Lessons from Delivery Room Triage[presentation]

Bug triage, like labor and delivery triage, is about deciding on a course of action on the spot, often with minimal information to guide decision-making.

Rob Sabourin, AmiBug.com
STAREAST 2009: Test Estimation: Painful or Painless?[presentation]

As an experienced test manager, Lloyd Roden believes that test estimation is one of the most difficult aspects of test management.

Lloyd Roden, Grove Consultants
Exploratory Session-Based Testing...with a Twist[presentation]

Maquet Critical Care develops medical equipment in an FDA-regulated environment and uses exploratory testing as a valuable complementary test technique to requirements-based testing.

Alexander Andelkovic, Maquet Critical Care AB
Exploratory Session-Based Testing...with a Twist[presentation]

Maquet Critical Care develops medical equipment in an FDA-regulated environment and uses exploratory testing as a valuable complementary test technique to requirements-based testing.

Alexander Andelkovic, Maquet Critical Care AB

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