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Tuesday, September 25 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Testing doesn't scale; engineering productivity is the new testing

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Testing has been a staple in developing quality products, yet after much advancement in software tools and infrastructure we often still carry on the ritual without consideration. Even as automated testing has allowed us to run tests faster, we are still using the same thinking and processes that were created during the manual testing era. Is there a more fundamental way of developing quality software? Can we solve this at scale?

In this session, Geoffrey and Michael will
- Identify why testing doesn't scale by taking a first-principles look at software quality
- Define an Engineering Productivity organization
- Show how to be a force-multiplier
- Offer steps to close the feedback loop between software development and validation
- Share how Google focuses on Engineering Productivity to deliver great value to users

Attendees should gain a new perspective on testing and how they can help deliver product quality with their teams.

Speakers
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Michael Jones

Sr Test Engineer, Google
Michael Jones' mission is to help engineers deliver new products that amaze and delight you. He is working as a Senior Test Engineer at Google, with 11 years in the software test industry. Michael's passion for the art of testing and software craftsmanship was first brewed at BlackBerry... Read More →
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Geoffrey Sherritt

Test Engineer, Google
Geoffrey Sherritt has been a Test Engineer at Google for 3 years and has over 8 years of experience in the software testing industry. Geoffrey has seen firsthand right and wrong ways to develop and release software including popular methodologies such as Scrum and Scrum-but. Geoffrey... Read More →


Tuesday September 25, 2018 11:00am - 11:45am
Yorkshire Room 700 Hespeler Rd, Cambridge, ON N3H 5L8, Canada

Attendees (31)