Join AQAA April 10th for this month’s presentation on, ‘The Cost of QA’. Quality Assurance Engineers, Software Developers, Project Managers and End Users always seem to have a different view on what Software Quality is. CIOs and department heads also have a different view – are the investments I’m making in software quality assurance paying off?
Analyzing the actual cost of quality is a very difficult process to go through. Bottom line, you have to start with a proactive culture to quality assurance and take the time to prove your worth. This presentation will help quality assurance engineers and testers begin to develop the means to calculate their worth to department heads increasing job security and job satisfaction.
Our speaker, Jonathan Taylor, is the Quality Assurance Center of Excellence Leader at CTS where he oversees all contracted Quality Assurance projects and assists in managing testing efforts for all Software Development engagements. His responsibilities also include acquiring and maintaining partnerships with Quality Assurance vendors, identifying the necessary software testing skill sets CTS QA engineers need in order to remain competitive in the market, and supporting the sales team in a sales engineer role.
Jonathan joined the CTS team 5 years ago, bringing a vast amount of Computer Science knowledge with him from Jacksonville Statue University, 3 years help desk support knowledge and 3 years development experience. Jonathan has a deep experience level with Manual, Automated Regression, Performance Testing, Quality Assurance Methodology Consulting, and Quality Assurance Organization Setup and maintains his advanced ISTQB testing certification. Jonathan also possesses experience using Micro Focus, HP, and Microsoft Testing Tools.
6:30 – 7:00 Networking and Refreshments
7:00 – 7:15 Welcome and Job Announcements
7:15 – 8:15 Presentation
35 Technology Parkway South
Norcross, GA 30092
Visitors will be charged a $10 fee for attending meetings. AQAA members, recruiters, sponsors and guests of the speaker are excluded from this charge. For more information, visit the AQAA website