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TISQA Message Board › Rob Walsh will be speaking at next week's TISQA Meeting

Rob Walsh will be speaking at next week's TISQA Meeting

Marjie D.
Raleigh, NC
We're bringing Rob Walsh back as his topic 'Adapting Conventional Testing Strategies for an Agile Environment' was a huge draw.  He is going to expand on this topic and more information will be coming in the near future.

Space is limited; please only RSVP Yes if you are planning to attend


Next Tuesday, May 15 


Adapting Conventional Testing Strategies for an Agile Environment:  This will help to explain how various testing efforts are used in responsible approaches to Agile software development. Further, it will explore ways that traditional QA efforts can be adapted to fit neatly within Agile processes.

Examples will be given to show a typical Agile iteration, including what roles each team member plays inside and across iterations. Participants will learn how these team members collaborate in order to improve the chances that potential defects can be identified as close to the time they are introduced into the code as possible.


About Rob Walsh - Over the course of his career, Rob has been a teacher, a hardware technician, an IT director, a trainer, a programmer, and a business owner. His unique blend of skills in education, technology, and business allow him to communicate effectively with people in different roles within an organization.

Rob believes strongly in delivering quality solutions that solve real customer problems and provide tangible business value. Since 2002, he has been a proponent of Agile software development processes and techniques. He helped bring Agile processes to EnvisionWare, a company that he co-founded in October 1998. Now, with Excalibur Solutions, he is working to help other company’s transition to Agile.

Doors open at 6:00 for registration and networking; meeting will start 1t 6:30

Paid Members free, otherwise $5 at the door

Refreshments will be served
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