The Software-QS-Tag 2015 provides knowhow, tools and best practices

Modified Tuesday, 28 July 2015 12:47

by imbus AG

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This is how efficient non-functional testing works

The Software-QS-Tag 2015 provides knowhow, tools and best practices

Moehrendorf, 23 July 2015 – The theory says: functional and non-functional characteristics are considered as equal dimensions of software quality – so defined by ISO 25010. However, reality often looks somewhat different: due to deadline and cost pressures you go without non-functional testing. The Software-QS-Tag 2015 wants to change this. It shows how good teams integrate non-functional testing into their daily testing routine. The conference takes place in Nuremberg on 5th and 6th November.

In altogether about 60 lectures, workshops and tutorials, experts from industry, teaching and research give an overview of the range of non-functional testing: from load and performance, via usability, security, safety and reliability through to the implications for the test management and the test strategy. Solutions and best practices from the most different industries, projects and systems are presented.

The Software-QS-Tag participants get current knowhow and crucial skills so they can do non-functional testing state-of-the-art. Important test tools are introduced. In addition, the participants learn when bringing in specialized experts for certain non-functional tests is recommended.

On-site trainings from the imbus Academy take place on the two days before the conference. The Software-QS-Tag is accompanied by a technical exhibition with major tool manufacturers and service providers. A joint event dinner completes the programme.

In its more than 20 years history the Software-QS-Tag has established itself as the leading conference for software quality assurance and testing in Germany. Every time with a new challenging key issue running like a golden thread through all slots of the conference. In a relaxed and collegial atmosphere the Software-QS-Tag provides space for participants speakers, tutorial and workshop instructors and exhibitors to swap ideas and do networking.

Click on for the entire programme and all relevant information about the enrolment.


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