How testing can be useful rather than time-spending?
In this session, we investigate why many companies do a lot of testing activities without having any added value & how testing can be a real quality control activity rather than paper work.
1st part of the session describes the different testing levels across the software life cycle showing the added value of every one of them & the criteria for the test to be useful.
2nd part will select two famous test methods: equivalence class partitioning & boundary value analysis and provide a real exercise on the correct implementation of both methods on different testing levels.
Eng.Hossam Yahia has 12+ years of professional experience in embedded software development. He has been working in Valeo Egypt for 10 years, he also has previous experience in IBM Egypt and National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS). His last title in Valeo was “Expert in safety critical software” since 2012 until 2016.
He has been working on the application of the Road Vehicles – Functional Safety standard ISO 26262 in the software development life cycle since 2010. He has got his MSc from Nile University in safety analysis of real-time software in 2014 and BSc from Cairo University in Electronics and communications in 2003. After his departure from Valeo, Hossam has initiated “SafetyLab” as a consultancy, training, and services company in the area of safety critical systems. SafetyLab works in partnership with Pi-Technologies to deliver professional consultancy in the area of software development.
From 1/27/2016 10:00:00 AM
To 1/27/2016 12:00:00 PM