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Didn’t make it to Quality Jam Atlanta 2018? Watch all of our recorded sessions on demand.
Couldn’t make it to all the sessions you wanted to see at Quality Jam Atlanta 2018 last month? Here are the links to all the sessions we recorded, so you can see what you missed or watch an encore of your favorites.
As the pace of software development accelerates, a strategic approach to QA is helping today’s leading organizations ensure that the quality of their products does not suffer, but in fact, improves. Join QASymphony CEO, Dave Keil, as he provides his perspective on this significant industry shift and how QASymphony is responding and shares key company news.
In the opening keynote at Quality Jam Atlanta 2018, Brian Dawson, DevOps Evangelist at Cloudbees, reviews the organizational DevOps journey using a simplified maturity model. In this session, you’ll learn the characteristics of organizations within each quadrant, as well as strategies for accelerating your organization’s journey to DevOps maturity.
In this presentation, Ashley Hunsberger describes how Blackboard is using DevOps principles—collaborative practices, iterative improvements, incremental testing, and more—to transform their development culture so everyone owns quality.
Learn how USAA has overcome the challenges of the ever-increasing variety of testing tools available by providing tool choice, while still maintaining best in class tooling support and integration into its delivery pipeline.
The transition to test automation can be daunting. In this session, learn targeted steps you can take to set your team up for success, brought to you by Erika Chestnut, Director of Quality Assurance at Sterling Talent Solutions.
Are you interested in learning how to more effectively lead a group of quality professionals? Or are you curious about what it takes to become a leader? In this session, Adam Satterfield, Technology Program Director at Anthem, guides us through the challenges, pitfalls and highlights of effective quality leadership.
Listen to our panel on “Digital Disruption and Where Quality Fits In” with Matt Diamond, Executive Director, Business Systems and Quality at Dell SecureWorks, Christina Critzer, SVP Intelligent Automation at Suntrust, and Todd Joseph, Technical/Executive Consultant at Joseph Consulting.
In a keynote session at Quality Jam, Jeff Arnold, the founder of How Stuff Works and WebMD, explores how his latest company, Sharecare, is leveraging data to disrupt the healthcare industry. Technology alone cannot improve outcomes, Arnold says — rather you must establish trust and build rapport with your users to affect positive change in their lives.
In this session, Paul Merrill, Founder of Beaufort Fairmont, discusses where continuous integration originated, how it has evolved over time and why it is such a major part of the competitive landscape of software development today.
Listen to Nilesh Patel, Director of Testing Services at KMS, and Kyle McMeekin, Director of Technology Alliances at QASymphony, discuss the do’s and don’ts when creating or redefining your automation strategy.
In this session, Jenny Bramble, Software Test Engineer at WillowTree, talks about building a risk matrix and why we should even bother. You’ll come out of the talk with a helpful language that you can use to communicate more clearly and an understanding of risk assessment. Included will be a heavy dose of jokes, storytelling, anecdotes and pictures of her cat Dante.