St. Louis – Polaris ALM Lunch on Agile Testing Success

One of my great privileges is working with a team of such talent and knowledge. I find myself learning something new every day. It’s a lot of fun seeing our team share ideas that help make enterprise software development a better place. This month (March 24th), one of our team mates at Polaris will be talking about Agile Testing Success – and covering how to plan, manage, and execute agile testing. Alejandro Ramirez will be covering how TFS 2013, MTM enables agile and automated testing so that teams can continue to sprint effectively during agile initiatives. Free lunch is included, too! Here are the key details and how to RSVP/Register:

  • When: March 24, 2015 – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM CST
  • Where: Microsoft Office (St. Louis) – 3 City Place Dr. Suite 1100 – Creve Coeur, MO 63141
  • Register/RSVP: Register Now!

A little bit about Alejandro:

Alejandro Ramirez is a Software Quality professional and Senior Consultant with Polaris Solutions. He has over 17 years of experience working in software in development, testing, and IT governance. His experiences range from small businesses, startups and non-profits, to Fortune 500 corporations in a variety of fields. He is certified in ITIL and Lean. He is also a blogger, speaker, mobility champion, and helps companies incorporate ALM strategies to continuously deliver valuable software.

 

A little more about the talk:

If you are either planning to or are already practicing agile software development, Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) offer you a powerful platform to successfully plan, manage and execute agile testing.

During this free lunch session we will cover in detail the different testing capabilities offered by TFS 2013 and MTM for Scrum and Agile methodologies, and will share what we have learned from helping our clients as they implemented and matured their agile testing practices.

Key Experiences:

•    The evolved role of testing in Agile Projects

•    Iteration test planning techniques

•    Test tracking with TFS and MTM

•    Different approaches to bug management

•    Test automation Do’s and Don’ts

•    Testing metrics that are worth measuring

•    Exploratory testing strategies

•    Best practices & lessons learned in the field

Complimentary lunch will be provided to registered attendees.

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