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Executive Round Table: Enterprise Quality

  • Jan 28, 2014 · 8:00 AM

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Join Steven Borg, Co-Founder and Strategist at Northwest Cadence in Denver, CO on January, 28th for discussions on Enterprise Quality. We would love to have you join us in talking about what’s new in Testing and DevTest, and why you should care. Space is limited, be sure to register to reserve your seat!

That’s right—test better and deliver faster. When you make quality a team sport, and align everyone in the enterprise around the shared goal of fast feedback, you’ll do a lot more than just improve the quality of your software. Engage stakeholders continuously, to improve responsiveness and build trust. Clear pesky—and totally preventable—bugs off the team’s plate for good, so they can focus on features and deliver more. Move testers to the front of the delivery cycle, and use what they know to make the software better before it’s even written. Even tame your legacy code!

It starts with a lean mindset, and a commitment to fast, honest feedback. Sometimes traditional notions of “testing” get in the way. Quality can be formal, like a scheduled beta testing session before launch. It can be automated, like a suite of powerful unit and integration tests that run on every code check-in, or the automated deployment of a clean DevTest environment every night. It can be informal, like asking a teammate, “hey, can you come over and take a look at this?” (where this might not even be code!). Or quality can be meta, like a candid and actionable retrospective about the process itself.

In this session, we’ll explore powerful and appropriate quality practices for every role in the organization—not just software teams, but product and sales teams, infrastructure, and yes, executives.

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  • Jerry N.

    This will be held at Northwest Cadence

    January 3, 2014

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