KEYNOTE: How Do I Know I Am Context-Driven?

The Context-Driven School of Software Testing is 16 years old. It is a small, but influential community within the testing industry as a whole. But a common reaction when I explain that testing practice should be context-driven is “So? That’s just common sense. Of course context matters!” However, there’s a huge difference between a shallow […]

KEYNOTE: Automated Software Testing and Cybersecurity

Security risks continue to accelerate. Often system administrators cannot remediate system vulnerability quick enough. The mission critical nature of systems and customer care needs requires an integrated approach to validating security controls and functionality. An efficient approach and capability is needed to persistently validate security changes impact on system functionality. Automated software testing can help […]

KEYNOTE: The Future of Government Software (And How to Stop It)

In this talk, Jason will share his stories when he was called in to help the turnaround in late 2013 and the later HealthCare 2.0 effort. Jason will talk about the recently formed 18F and U.S. Digital Services and how they were created after the original crisis. He’ll cover what lessons the U.S. […]