ISTQB User Group Meeting
Testing in Agile Team Environment
As a QA professional, I have worked in both traditional and Agile development team with a QA background. I understand my new responsibilities to deliver value to the customer sooner and with high quality and less difficulty. The core principle of the Agile team is to build quality in to the product. On other hand, to develop with test based approach. Agile team are highly cross functional, whole-team thinking approach and works in shorter sprint to build, test and integrate continuously, so that quality can be built in to the product.
Microsoft Canada Head Office
1950 Meadowvale Boulevard
Thursday, September 12, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
Register soon as seats are limited.
Why Should I Attend?
As more and more organizations are adopting to Agile approach from traditional Waterfall approach, it has become very important to understand how Agile team works and delivers together in a shorter sprint cycle with customer and quality in mind.
The International Software Testing and Qualifications board (ISTQB) also understands the significance of the Agile approach and are working towards implementing Agile Examination to certify as Certified Agile Tester.
Sammy Kolluru brings rich experience in Software Testing and Quality Assurance with proven track record of leadership and commitment to delivering quality software with his unique perspective: effectiveness, efficiency, measurement, visibility.
Sammy joined CSTB as Executive Board Member in January 2010 and ISTQB as Agile Working Group member in 2012. He also provides his expertise as Sr. Analyst, Quality Assurance for Oracle Inc. Prior to this position, Sammy worked at Sitel Corporation and Dell Canada Inc.
Sammy holds PG Diploma certificate in Business Management from George Brown College and Bachelors degree in Engineering from Bangalore University. He also holds Diploma in Software Engineering and is certified as Certified Tester-Foundation level (CTFL).
Sammy publishes his blog “Software Quality Matters” at http://www.istqbcourses.ca/featured-blogs.html