_Requirements-Based Testing including Cause-Effect Graphing
Thursday, March 29, 2012, from 6:00PM to 8:30PM
Microsoft Office, 1950 Meadowvale Blvd., Mississauga, ON, L5N 8L9
6:00 PM - Registration + Light snacks
6:30 PM – Speaker: Gary Mogyorodi
7:15 PM – Break
7:30 PM – Experts Panel:
- Gary Mogyorodi, President of CSTB
- Sammy Kolluru, Executive CSTB Board Member
- Raymond Rivest, Senior Advisor and Test Specialist at CRIM
8:30 PM - Finish
*Space is limited - RSVP is a must
Speaker: Gary Mogyorodi, President of CSTB.
Session Overview: When everyone is eager to deploy your company’s latest software, you’re under pressure to test quickly, effectively and accurately.
If you’re tired of slow processes and fear inaccurate results, you can discover how effective testing with a heavy emphasis on Requirements-Based Testing (RBT) can help deliver overall project productivity and product quality.
On Thursday March 29th, you’re invited to attend an evening session at Microsoft headquarters in Mississauga with expert Gary Mogyorodi, President of the Canadian Software Testing Board. Following the keynote speaker, you will hear from both TFS and SW testing experts during a panel discussion.
With the right tools and knowledge you can work towards achieving results with fewer tests, greater functional coverage, shortened delivery time, reduced costs, and improved quality.
Register now to discover:
§ The 12 point Requirements-Based Testing (RBT) process
§ How the RBT process stabilizes the completeness of the specifications early in the development process
§ The two components of RBT, Verification and Validation including a verification technique called Ambiguity Reviews to drive out ambiguities from requirements
§ Tools to translate Cause-Effect Graphs into logical test cases and evaluate previously existing test libraries to cover the problem description
Gaining perspective of this calibre will help you be an indispensable resource in the software testing process.
When & Where
1950 Meadowvale Blvd., Mississauga,
ON, L5N 8L9
Thursday, Mar 29, 2012,
from 6:00PM to 8:30PM
SELA Canada & Microsoft Canada
Toll Free: 1-866-640-4754
Telephone: (416) 628-3841