STAREAST 2012 Keynote: Lightning Strikes the Keynotes

[presentation]
by
Lee Copeland, Software Quality Engineering
Summary: 

Throughout the years, Lightning Talks have been a very popular part of many STAR conferences. If you’re not familiar with the concept, a Lightning Talk session consists of a series of five-minute talks by different speakers within one presentation period. For the speakers, Lightning Talks are the opportunity to deliver their single biggest bang-for-the-buck idea in a rapid-fire presentation. And now, lightning has struck the STAR keynote presentations. Some of the greatest experts in testing—James Bach, Richard Bender, Lee Copeland, Julie Gardiner, Janet Gregory, Dawn Haynes, Nate Oster, Rob Sabourin, and Erik van Veenendaal—will step up to the podium and give you their best shot of lightning. With no time to dither or vacillate—and hemming and hawing forbidden—you’ll get nine keynote presentations for the price of one and have some fun at the same time. 

 

About the Presenter

Lee Copeland has more than thirty-five years of experience as a consultant, instructor, author, and information systems professional. He has held a number of technical and managerial positions with commercial and non-profit organizations in the areas of applications development, software testing, and software development process improvement. Lee frequently speaks at software conferences both in the US and internationally, and currently serves as Program Chair for the Better Software conferences, the STAR testing conferences, and Software Quality Engineering’s Agile Development Practices conferences. Lee is the author of A Practitioner’s Guide to Software Test Design, a compendium of the most effective methods of test case design.

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