Scott Barber is sweeping through Sydney and we are lucky enough to have him come to a dinner with us. This is a great opportunity to network with the best of the best.
From Scotts Blog:
Scott Barber, Chief Technologist of PerfTestPlus (http://www.perftestplus.com/index.htm), is renowned as the industry leader in delivering performant systems, a thought-leading software tester who is best known for being “one of the most energetic and entertaining” speakers in the industry and as a prolific author (including his blog (http://scott-barber.blogspot.com/), over 100 articles, and the books Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0735625700?ie=UTF8&tag=perftestplus-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0735625700), Beautiful Testing (http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596159825), How to Reduce the Cost of Testing (http://www.amazon.com/How-Reduce-Cost-Software-Testing/dp/1439861552) & Web Load Testing for Dummies (http://www.gomez.com/ebook-web-load-testing-for-dummies-generic/).) Scott Co-Founded WOPR (http://www.performance-workshop.org/), served as a Director of both the AST (http://www.associationforsoftwaretesting.org/) and CMG (http://www.cmg.org/), is a member of ACM (http://www.acm.org/), IEEE (http://www.ieee.org/), American MENSA (http://www.us.mensa.org/), the Context-Driven School of Software Testing (http://www.context-driven-testing.com/), is a signatory to the Manifesto for Agile Software Development (http://www.agilemanifesto.org), and thinks of himself as an industry activist. His writing, speaking, consulting, training and industry activism all focus on improving the effectiveness and business alignment of software development practices.
Today, Scott is focused on enhancing and promoting his thoughts on delivering world-class system performance in complex business and technical environments and is actively driving the integration of commercial software testing practices with the goals of software producing businesses.
The format will be a LEAN DINNER.
How to attend:
1. RSVP 'Yes'
2. In the form, enter a question(or questions) for Scott
2. Add your linkedIn profile URL
A preference will go to those respondees who have a strong interest or current role in performance, automation and technical testing. You will be selected based on their current role on LinkedIn and the question(s) you put forward. You will have until noon, Friday 11 October, to RSVP. I suggest you get in quick, as seating is very limited.
A waitlist will be created for this event, and people will be contacted directly about the location.
To reply before this event is full does not guarantee your attendance is successful, as per instructions below.
Some drinks may be provided, otherwise you will be expected to pay for your own meal and refreshments.
See you there