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Sovereign in every situation: Software-QS-Tag 2016 with keynotes from Matt Heusser and Suzanne Grieger-Langer




“What makes some practices work in some environments and not in others?” The power of context is the focal point of the opening lecture by Matt Heusser, managing director at Excelion Development. Google has fewer testers than developers. At Microsoft, the role of software development engineer in test was eliminated. Testers at Boeing, for example, write detailed specifications.
So who is right? Perhaps all of them? Matt Heusser is convinced that there is not a universal best practice. Software projects are subject to various forces.
“Decide – 007 rather than bog-standard” is the title of Suzanne Grieger-Langer’s final lecture at the Software-QS-Tag. As a profiler, she knows: Nothing is for sure! You have to plan the unpredictable, decide the undecidable, analyse uncertainties and deal with the incalculable. Maintaining process composure under constant fire is a crucial prerequisite for successful work and leadership.
Suzanne Grieger-Langer shows what you can learn from FBI, BND and MI6. She illustrates vividly using typical situations from software testers’ everyday working life.
The Software-QS-Tag 2016 takes place in Nuremberg on 3rd and 4th November. This year’s main topic is called “Testing properly – Testing what matters”. More than 50 experts report which techniques, tools and best practices are currently available.





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