13ICSQ

13th International Conference on Software Quality

Software Division of
The American Society for Quality

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Post Conference Courses:

Friday, October 10              8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 11          8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Note:  These courses will be held at

Holiday Inn Select Richardson Hotel

1655 North Central Expressway

Richardson, TX 75081

phone: 972/238-1900

fax: 972/644-7728

 

 Transportation to and from the Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel will be provided at no additional charge.

Each Course Limited to: 24 Students

Course Fee (per attendee per course):      

  • ASQ or AQP Members $945

  • Nonmembers $1045

CEUs and ASQ RUs: 1.25

Software Functional Testing (03273C)

Instructor:  Theresa Hunt, CSQE  

CANCELLED

This two-day course focuses on the practical “how-to” knowledge and skills needed to implement and improve functional software testing techniques and practices.

Information and skills taught in this course are presented in combination of lecture and interactive formats. Actual examples from the software industry are utilized to make the information relevant. Throughout this course, learned skills are practiced using interactive and team exercises. The emphasis is on techniques that allow you to transition the testing skills learned in this course to your own work environment.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the basic concepts of software functional testing

  • Design and implement tests for the software’s functional and nonfunctional requirements

  • Utilize functional test case design techniques to increase both test effectiveness and efficiency

  • Select the appropriate tests to regression test your software after changes have been made

Building Software Quality Skills (03274C)

Instructor:  Linda Westfall, PE, CSQE, CQA

CANCELLED

This two-day course is designed to provide a basic knowledge base for anyone interested in implementing or improving software quality engineering techniques and practices in their organization.

Information and skills taught in this course are presented in combination of lecture and interactive formats. Actual examples from the software industry are utilized to make the information relevant. The emphasis is on techniques that allow you to transition the skills learned in this course to your work environment.

Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to understand the:

  • Basics of software quality engineering

  • Techniques involved in planning, implementing, and auditing a software quality management program for your organization

  • Techniques used to define and tailor software engineering life cycles and processes

  • Basic techniques used to track and control software projects

  • Techniques involved in selecting, defining, and applying software measurements and metrics

  • Understand the basic techniques used in verification and validation including peer reviews and various levels of software testing

  • Understand the fundamentals of configuration management including configuration identification, control, status accounting, and audits