HP Software User Summit Meets in Cincinnati

March 30th, 2012 by simran Leave a reply »

Northway Solutions Group is proud to announce the next HP User Summit for the Cincinnati area. Two sessions will be delivered in a casual and comfortable environment topped off with prizes and dinner. Join the greater Cincinnati HP Software user community April 5, 2012 as they connect and share on the subject of Agile Teams and Peak Testing.

The purpose of the HP Software User Summit is to provide an educational environment for like-minded users to share information and discuss topics relating to HP Software such as Quality Center, LoadRunner, WebInspect, Project and Portfolio Management, and other HP products. “These meetings are not sales presentations or infomercials but rather the sharing of information relevant to the HP Software user. Our speakers are experts in their field with information for participants to take back to their desk and use,” says Scott Moore, CEO of Northway Solutions Group.

Our next meeting topics include: “Agile, or Fragile?” and “Planning for the Perfect Storm: The Value of Peak Testing”

Brian Copeland and Scott Moore will lead these sessions. As with every User Summit attendance is open to all but you must register at UserSummit.org to secure seating.
Brian Copeland, QA Director for Northway Solutions Group, will discuss characteristics of effective Agile teams, as well as identify the characteristics of teams that are using Agile as an excuse. This session will help the attendee answer some of the common questions that testing teams have as it relates to Agile organizations.

Scott Moore, President and CEO of Northway Solutions Group, will demonstrate the value of performance testing and how to properly plan for your perfect storm. In this presentation, attendees will learn tried and true guidelines that can be used to plan for realistic peak loads and understand what a worse case looks like before customers do.

Source:http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2012/03/29/prweb9347243.DTL

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