Deepika Mamnani leads the solutions arm of Quality Assurance and Testing Services group at Hexaware Technologies. Deepika’s core competency is conducting test assessments for testing processes across software development life cycles such as Scrum, XP, and V. Deepika is also an expert at defining transition models and governance structures for testing organizations. In this capacity, she has played advisory roles for several organizations during the implementation of their testing Centers of Excellence (CoEs) both in-house and outsourced. Deepika is a CSTE, is CSQA Certified and is a Certified Scrum Master.
Thursday, November 8, 2012: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Increased transparency and the need to drive quantitative business outcomes with a “right the first time” expectation brings a major change to the way we deliver software services. These are key drivers for the transition to agile methodologies. This transition demands a paradigm shift in testing and necessitates nimble processes to be coupled with right tools and technology. Barry Boehm’s principle of “using better and fewer people,” is central to an agile process which requires re-skilling the testing organization. Added to this is the issue of distributed teams, a given in today’s environment. To aid this transition, a best practice, is to build innovations and deliver testing services with pre-built assets and out of the box solutions. In this workshop, you will learn first-hand the critical factors in transitioning to agile methodologies. We will also highlight real world experience in agile testing along with assets on various platforms to aid global delivery in a distributed environment.
- Learn best practices in delivering agile projects
- Learn about an agile test assessment framework to aid transition to agile testing
- Explore an early defect detection framework to create testable requirements from user stories
- Discover accelerators to aid proactive automation of ERP and Web platforms