What we're about

If you value quality in software, TSQA is where you can meet others who strive to learn and educate on tools and techniques useful in daily work strategies. Through monthly meetings, workshops, and a biannual conference, you can learn, inform, and network.

We host speakers and meet at local companies around the Triangle and invite you to also speak on topics related to tools, processes, and anything else quality related. Though we are based in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina, members from anywhere can come to our meetups and conference!

TSQA (https://tsqa.org) is the Triangle Software Quality Association. This organization has existed in the Research Triangle Area since 1993 and is dedicated to development of quality software where most topics are associated with Software Testing.

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A Remote BDD Experience with Ken Pugh

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You’ve read about the benefits of Behavior Driven Development. (BDD). You’ve seen the videos. You’ve heard the podcasts. Now experience BDD with a long-time practitioner, trainer, and author. Ken reviews the steps in creating scenarios and you collaborate with fellow attendees in implementing them. The stories with which you will be working involve features for common products. If there are multiple attendees who work together, you can use one of your own stories for the breakouts. You’ll encounter discovery and formulation of scenarios that deal with flow and ones that revolve around business rules. The experience will solidify how BDD creates a shared understanding of the requirements.


Ken Pugh helps companies develop software effectively by applying lean-agile principles and practices. He concentrates on delivering business value quickly by removing waste and delays in value streams; building in quality with Acceptance Test-Driven Development / Behaviour Driven Development; creating a collaborative environment; and evaluating return-on-investment. He has written several software development books including the 2006 Jolt Award winner Prefactoring: Extreme Abstraction, Extreme Separation, Extreme Readability and his latest: Lean-Agile Acceptance Test-Driven Development: Better Software Through Collaboration. He is the co-creator of the SAFe® Agile Software Engineering course. Ken has helped clients and presented at conferences from London to Boston to Sydney to Beijing to Hyderabad. Clients’ industries include financial, energy, electronics, process control, manufacturing, transportation, and retail

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QA Careers in a Remote World

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