September 14, 2011

Sit in on the Seapine talks at Verify/ATI 2011

Will you be attending the Verify/ATI Conference at the end of September? If so, be sure to sit in on the two talks we’re hosting. Peter Varhol will be presenting When to Ship: Using Automation to Determine Application Deployment Readiness at 2:45 p.m. on September 27. During this presentation, Peter will provide measurable criteria for determining when an application is ready to ship. He will also discuss how to create objective measures of completeness and how to collect data and track progress toward that end. Peter will explain how testers and quality assurance professionals can work with application stakeholders to contribute to both the definition and automated measurement that determines if an application is fit for its intended purpose. Peter will also present Measuring Technical Debt Using Load Testing at 10:30 a.m. on September 28. This session focuses on the role of technical debt and how to assess technical debt with frequent use of load testing. Peter will provide a protocol for using load testing as a part of the testing process, and using it to assess the architecture and coding quality. He will also provide a mechanism for testers and developers to collaborate in decisions surrounding design and coding practices. Can’t make the conference or want a sneak peek? You can view the PowerPoint slide decks that accompany the talks right now:

About the Conference

The Verify/ATI Conference 2011 is organized by Verify and the Automated Testing Institute. It will be held on September 26-28, 2011 at the Crowne Plaza National Airport Hotel in Arlington, VA, this conference provides a platform for attendees to learn strategies, techniques and best practices from peers and leaders in their field.

Who Should Attend

This conference is beneficial for software test engineers, software test automators, application developers, project managers, product managers, business analysts, and security engineers.