Date/Time: Wednesday, May 16, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Venue – Planview, 8300 North Mopac Expressway

Sometimes, we run into situations where the acceptance test effort for a user story significantly outweighs the development effort. This can happen quite often in projects where hardware and software are being developed in parallel. Hardware test matrices can span hundreds of configurations, but the amount of testing required for the software and its logic can be accepted on a smaller set of reference configurations. How do you handle these situations; what are your best practices? Come join us for this discussion!

Geoff Meyer is a Test Architect with Dell Enterprise Product Group. He has over 25 years of experience in a wide variety of Software Development roles which have included Development, Project Manager, Test, Program Manager, Product Owner and Manager. As a Test Architect, Geoff has responsibility for establishing Test Strategies, continual improvement and adoption of Agile best-practices and transitioning the QA organization to an automate-first approach to Test engineering. Geoff is a member of the Dell Enterprise Product Group Agile Steering committee which continues to guide and foster Dell Software Engineering’s transition from Waterfall to Agile/Scrum.

The group is facilitated by Colin Turner, Development Manager with Starview Solutions, and Ben Rogers, Quality Architect for Sendmail, Inc.

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Food and Drink:

Pizza and drinks will be provided courtesy of Agile Austin.

Seating is limited!

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