The ever-increasing complexity of today’s software in conjunction with higher expectations for more reliable releases in the shortest time possible has driven software testing requirements to an all-time high. Doing more with less is absolutely the new reality. One of the best ways to streamline a process or shorten a development cycle is to pinpoint the problem areas in order to avoid making the same mistake twice. Enter software testing metrics. Unfortunately, testing metrics, similar to every other type of “metric” in use today carries with it the baggage of going through the motions without analyzing the results to gain something for the effort of calculating the metric. Test metrics can serve as important indicators of the efficiency and effectiveness of a software testing process. Analysis of defined metrics helps identify areas for improvement and drive appropriate adjustments ultimately resulting in a pattern of continuous improvement. Join us for a discussion on software testing metrics in use today with a focus on selecting those that will best meet your needs.
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Mike Lyles – Sr. QA Architect, AIG
Mike Lyles is a Sr. QA Architect with over 21 years of IT experience, gaining exposure through all aspects of IT in various roles – tech support, software developer, PMO, development manager, and, ultimately, testing/QA. He has led various aspects of testing: functional testing, Test Environments, SCM, Test Data Management, Performance Testing, Test Automation, and Service Virtualization. In his current role, he is responsible for defining and implementing tools, processes, and methodologies to support the QA (Functional, Regression, Infrastructure, Test Automation, Performance), Release Management, and Incident Management teams. Mike is an international/keynote speaker at multiple conferences, and is regularly published in testing publications and trade magazines. Mike’s passion to help others improve and grow in the field of testing, leadership, and management is his key motivation.
Mike Lyles – Sr. QA Architect, AIG
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Philip Lew – CEO, XBOSoft, Inc.
Philip Lew, CEO of XBOSoft, has both founded companies and managed them on behalf of other during his quarter-century-plus professional career. Although he has focused on software quality since joining XBOSoft in 2006 and has deep technical expertise as a software engineer, his experience is broad and eclectic. He’s led systems integration and new product development initiatives, prepared companies to go public, and served as an advisor on technology and business processes. Prior to joining XBOSoft, he served as an Ernst & Young consultant; founded and ran Pulse Technologies, Inc until it was purchased by EIS International; led the Systems Integrations Services Group at EIS; and served in a variety of executive roles for technology firms both in the U.S. and abroad. He holds a B.S. and a Masters Degree in Science and Engineering from Beihang University. He’s a fanatical bicyclist, doesn’t own a car, loves social media and has visited more than 60 countries in attempt to satisfy his travel lust.