Welcome! DFWQAA-MUG is a non-profit 501(c)(3) education organization and local chapter of QAI. Our members are a group of Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area Software Quality Assurance professionals and managers that come to meet others in their industry and share information. Our mission is to create an open forum in which to share Software QA/Testing best practices and jointly address issues facing the Software Quality Assurance industry. We are affiliated with QAI Global Institute, a worldwide software quality organization. In addition to providing educational and QAI certification opportunities to our members, we usually hold a meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month to discuss relevant topics in QA and testing. Please feel free to browse our website and contact us if you want additional information. Visit our LinkedIn site and follow us on Twitter. Join our mailing list and get notices about our meetings. Come join us and learn more about DFWQAA-MUG. We provide members access to the presentation materials.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
6:00 - 8:00PM
BravoTECH Corporation 4835 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1000, 10th Floor Dallas, Texas 75244
BravoTECH is located on the Northwest corner of LBJ (I-635) and the Dallas North Tollway. The BravoTECH building is 10 stories tall with black windows. There are “Imprimis” and “CBeyond” signs on the top of the building
Map link to: BravoTECH
This month’s guest speaker is Joe Schultz from Orasi Software, Inc.
Topic: Creating Integrated Metrics from Multiple Sources
Abstract: Does your organization make informed, rational QA decisions every time? Are QA resources always deployed wisely and projects always promoted based on their importance and quality level? If not, why not? Is it because you have too little data to make an intelligent decision? Or is it because you have too much data? Or maybe you have multiple pools of data that aren’t adequately related to each other and often inconsistent? These are all common problems faced by QA professionals in our modern, ever-growing proliferation of development tools and techniques. In this presentation, Joe Schulz will discuss how to avoid these pitfalls and, instead, base your QA decisions on sound, repeatable metrics. He’ll talk about the type of metrics that are worthwhile and how to integrate your existing infrastructure so that your data is consistent and valuable. He’ll also demonstrate sample techniques using the latest technology from Orasi Software. Join us to learn how you can apply these simple approaches to your organization!