What's wrong with Test Methodologies?

Monday 23 March 2009

6.00 pm for 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Andy Redwood

Southampton Solent University, ground floor of the Herbert Collins Building, room HC 031 Map

Joint with the BCS Hampshire Branch, BCS Quality SG, Southampton Solent University

What's wrong with testing methodologies?

It is said that in excess of 50% of the project budget is spent on testing, yet many perceive that this money is not well allocated. Why is this? Can something be done to ensure that the quality of the testing is improved and that budget is better spent going forward?

Andy Redwood is an internationally known Testing expert. Andy will examine the key principles of testing methodologies and suggest ways of applying practical solutions. Andy will also suggest 20 Golden rules to help improve the quality of testing in your organisation and help save you money in the short term.

Learning points:

  • What are the pros and cons of Testing Methods?
  • How can you apply principles to real situations?
  • 20 Golden rules proven to save money

Who should attend?

Anyone interested in Testing in an organisation or as a career path; Testing and Quality Assurance Professionals; Development and Project Managers; Internal auditors and compliance professionals.

Andy Redwood, since 1985, has held positions from Business Analyst to Programme Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Development Manager and Global Director of Testing Services.Andy has a reputation for delivering global business solutions reporting directly to the Board, and has been personally responsible for testing business and technical solutions on a global scale. Andy was Chair of the ISEB International Panel in 2003/4, UK representative to ISTQB in 2003 and founder of the ISEB UK Executive Committee in 2004 and has been an ISTQB examiner since 2002.Andy won the EuroSTAR Testing Excellence award in 2005.

This event is free, no booking required, and open to non-BCS members.

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