Measuring, monitoring and visualizing software quality
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
Software industry researchers and practitioners are invited to attend half-day event on Software Quality at Aalto University. The idea of this event is to inform and engage audience on the progress and state of the art know-how on measuring, monitoring & visualizing software quality. Also, the event is aimed to inform audience about the EU research project U-QASAR where we are developing a methodology as well as IT tool to enhance software quality processes.
|13:00||Registration and Coffee
|13:20||Opening remarks & Welcome by Mika Mäntylä, Aalto University (Slides)|
|13:30||Conceptualizing the QA role in Agile Projects by Juha Itkonen, Aalto University (Slides, Firefox case slides)|
|14:00||Software metrics used in agile development by Eetu Kupiainen, Mika Mäntylä and Juha Itkonen, Aalto University (Slides)|
|14:30||U-QASAR Methodology and Tool by Aitor Elorriaga Elorza & Silvia López, Innopole Spain (Slides)
|15:30||Poster session (online)|
The seminar is intended for software engineers, software testers, software quality engineers, quality assurance managers, project managers, product managers & program managers.
Event is free of cost and there are limited seats available! Please fill in the form below for registering to the event.
TUAS building, Lecture Hall AS1, Otaniementie 17, 02150
U-QASAR Research Project
U-QASAR (http://www.uqasar.eu/) project aims to create a flexible Quality Assurance, Control and Measurement Methodology to measure the quality of Internet-related software development projects and their resulting products. The methodology will be supported by an Internet solution composed of several knowledge services based on open standards that will be able to detect changes in the scope and requirements of an Internet application (or changes in its development process) and provide the adequate set of assessments to deliver an accurate measurement of the quality of the process and product at any time.