I am looking forward to once again participating in the Quality Engineered Software and Testing (QUEST) conference, hosted by the QAI Global Institute, April 15-19.
As a presenter, I always enjoy the interaction with the attendees. Their knowledge and experience level makes for a delightful and interactive session. As a participant in the conference, I look forward to hearing as many of the speakers as possible. It looks like a great line up of topics again this year!
My presentation, 100 Defects Isn’t That Bad, will be at 3pm on April 18, discussing how an effective normalizing metric allows you to properly measure and compare the level of quality across software deliverables, manage end user expectations and establish service levels of quality performance. If you won’t be at the conference, the presentation will be available on the DCG SlideShare page after the event!
DCG will also have a vendor booth (#29) this year, which will provide even more possibilities to reach out to people and to learn about the challenges they are facing in 2013.
I’m excited to meet new people and see new faces (and some familiar ones) at this year’s event, so if you’re at the conference, please come up and say hi!
Will you be at this year’s QUEST conference? What is your favorite industry conference?
Vice President, Software Performance Management