SASQAG's Feb 20th Meeting: Tips To Embed Quality into your Software Project

Speaker: Daniel Crowley

Daniel Crowley is a quality champion with over 35 years of QA experience.  He is CQO of Denab Quality Systems, a consulting company which provides quality enhancement consulting for organizations.  He holds a BS in Computer Science and Business Administration.  He has been awarded a Certified Quality Professional (CCP), Certified Software Test Engineer (CSTE) as well as senior membership status in both the American Society for Quality (ASQ) and in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME).

Daniel has provided Quality leadership services for Hughes Aircraft, Honeywell MSD, Kaiser Permanente, Delta Dental, Countrywide Global, US Navy, and Les Scnwab, to name a few.  Daniel was the columnist of "Quality Today" in the Seattle area  business journal focusing on total quality business  improvement issues.

He has presented to various groups in North America and Europe including the ASQ, Irish Computer Society and Quality Week Europe.  Daniel has served as a member of Washington and California Quality Award Examiner's Teams.

He is currently serving as a counselor for SCORE which provides no cost mentorship to new and established businesses. 


Talk Abstract:

Quality cannot be tested in.  It can only be built or embedded into each project, prior to coding. Many organizations mistakenly attempt to only test defects ‘out’ of their software. But embedding or building Quality (lack of defects) into your organization’s People, Processes and Technologies proves much more efficient and cost effective.

At this month’s edition of SASQAG, Daniel Crowley shares not just gold nuggets but deep veins of gold that can provide you and your organization with on-going improvements in quality.

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