Recorded 02/12/12

In a perfect world, we would have boundless time and resources to deliver systems with plentiful features, each feature having perfect quality.  In the real world, we must balance schedule, budget, features, and quality.  When schedule, budget, and features get all of the attention, we have a quality quandary.  In this webinar, Rex will discuss ways that test professionals can help their project teams resolve that quandary.  First, it’s important to recognize the trade-offs being made, and then test professionals can promote the five elements of making successful trade-offs: shared vision; disciplined management; quality in, and bugs out, throughout; focused testing; and, sending the right message.  Rex will illustrate these five elements with a variety of case studies and examples.

Our Speaker:

Rex Black - RBCSRex Black – President and Principal Consultant of RBCS, Inc
With a quarter-century of software and systems engineering experience, Rex specializes in working with clients to ensure complete satisfaction and positive ROI. He is a prolific author, and his popular book, Managing the Testing Process, has sold over 25,000 copies around the world, including Japanese, Chinese, and Indian releases. Rex has also written three other books on testing – Critical Testing Processes, Foundations of Software Testing, and Pragmatic Software Testing – which have also sold thousands of copies, including Hebrew, Indian, Japanese and Russian editions. In addition, he has written numerous articles and papers and has presented at hundreds of conferences and workshops around the world. Rex is the immediate past president of the International Software Testing Qualifications Board and the American Software Testing Qualifications Board.