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SQTM Conference

If you missed out on this year's Software Quality and Test Management conference, then you missed a great time! We really enjoyed it - there were some fantastic presentations and the crowd of attendees was full of knowledgeable and interesting people from across the industry.

But, we'll stop talking about what a great time it was. Whether you were in attendance or not, we're sharing both of Tom Cagley's presentations from the conference.

"Identifying Software Quality Best Practices" and "The Impact of Cognitive Biases on Test and Project Teams" are both available for download here.

If you have any questions or comments, please leave a comment below or reach out directly to Tom!

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The Software Quality and Test Management Conference

We're headed back to the Software Quality and Test Management (SQTM) Conference! This year we'll be taking up residence in San Diego from September 13-18, and, as always, we're looking forward it.

SQTM is the only conference that focuses on how best practices in test management and software quality can increase productivity and and user satisfaction, and we'll be there sharing our own strategies and tactics for how to achieve this.

Tom Cagley, Vice President of Consulting, will give two presentations.

“The Impact of Cognitive Biases on Test and Project Teams” will discuss how our biases affect how we interact with others, thereby affecting the work we produce. Tom will discuss how teams can deal with this issue and how an understanding of these biases can make an Agile team more efficient and effective.

He will also present "Identifying Software Quality Best Practices." This presentation will explain how a team can pinpoint its own best practices in development and then how to leverage those for success.

Both presentations will be available for download following the conference, so be sure to check back here for the links!

We're looking forward to a great conference, and we can't wait to share our takeaways with you.


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"It's frustrating that there are so many failed software projects when I know from personal experience that it's possible to do so much better - and we can help." 
- Mike Harris, DCG Owner

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