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AT&T Center Campus
AT&T Institute 2501 W. Eagle Way
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
6:00 - 7:00 PM – Atrium: Registration & Networking (Bring your own refreshments!)
6:20 - 6:40 PM – Birds-of-a-Feather: Discussion on a topic related to program.
7:00 - 8:30 PM – Auditorium: Presentation
8:30 - 9:00 PM – Auditorium: additional Q&A and discussion
Building and Using a Defect Prediction Model
Presenters: Laura Zawadzki, IT
Quality Manager, Motorola Mobility Inc.,
Every Software organization has a goal to reduce the number of defects delivered with a software product. While defect prevention is much more efficient in reducing the number of defects, most organizations still rely on testing. We often plan our testing based upon schedule constraints and previous experience of testing the application, rather than on analysis of the requirements and expected defects to determine the level of testing required to meet the desired level of quality. In addition, testing cycles are often cut to meet schedule commitments without considering the impact on the quality of the project deliverables and the defects that could escape to production.
By providing an estimate of the expected defects for a project, based upon the requirements, we can better estimate the scope of defect prevention and removal activities required on a project, understand the balance between testing effort and quality and make educated decisions on resource planning, scope and schedule.
This presentation will address how our defect prediction model was created, how it was adjusted based on organization specifics and analysis of historical data and how it can be used to make decisions on testing effort, scope and schedule and estimate the quality of project deliverables. We will cover and discuss:
· Methodologies that were used as basis of model development
· 4-step process of defect estimation
· Benefits of using the model
About the Presenters
Tatiana Orlova is a Quality Analyst, PMP with Motorola Mobility, Libertyville, IL. Tatyana’s particular interest is in establishing effective practices that will enable improved ability to deliver quality products and meet project's delivery promises. Tatiana has a Master's degree in Computer Science from St.-Petersburg State Technical University, Russia. LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tatiana-orlova/2/914/b26
Laura Zawadzki has broad experience in the full end to end software development life cycle as well as process and quality management, client relationship, business aligned IT planning and deploying enterprise wide strategic programs. LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/laura-zawadzki/0/533/6b2
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