SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE

DAY 1

Sept 2, 2013

TRACK 1

TRACK 2

TRACK 3

TRACK 4

TRACK 5

TRACK 6

TRACK 7

TRACK 8

Postgraduate Research Workshop

0900 - 1000

Brief introduction by MSTB

Keynote 1:  Creating a Better Testing Future: Learning from the Present and the Past – Lee Copeland,  Software Quality Engineering (SQE), USA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MSTH Academic Outreach Colloquium

 

(PRW@SOFTEC2013)

 

1000 - 1030

Morning Break

1030 - 1300

 

Tutorial 1

Requirements Engineering for Testers : A Practicum

  

Erik van Veenendaal

Tutorial 2

Testing for tomorrow –

Generating Great

Testing Ideas

 


Rob Sabourin

Tutorial 3

Risk-based Testing

 

 

 

 


Rex Black

Tutorial 4

Model- based testing

with the UML testing profile

 

 

Prof Ina Schieferdecker

Tutorial 5

Combinatorial Testing with Design of Experiments (CT-DOE)

 

Dr. Mark Kiemele

Tutorial 6

Elicitation consolidation

of requirements

 

 

 


Chris Rupp

Tutorial 7

Introduction to basic testing concepts: ISO29119 software testing

 

Jon Hagar

Tutorial 8

Testing with

emotional intelligence

 

 

 


Thomas McCoy

1300 – 1400

Lunch

1400 – 1600

Continue

Tutorial 1

Requirements Engineering for Testers : A Practicum

 

Erik van Veenendaal

Continue

Tutorial 2

Testing for tomorrow –

Generating Great

Testing Ideas

 


Rob Sabourin

Continue

Tutorial 3

Risk-based Testing

 

 

 

 


Rex Black

Continue

Tutorial 4

Model- based testing

with the UML testing profile

 

 

Prof Ina Schieferdecker

 

Continue

Tutorial 5

Combinatorial Testing with Design of Experiments (CT-DOE)

 

Dr. Mark Kiemele

Continue

Tutorial 6

Elicitation consolidation

of requirements

 

 

 


Chris Rupp

Continue

Tutorial 7

Introduction to basic testing concepts: ISO29119 software testing

 

Jon Hagar

Continue

Tutorial 8

Testing with

emotional intelligence

 

 

 


Thomas McCoy

1600 – 1630 Coffee Break

1600 – 1800

 

 

 

1430 – 1900 

CIO Roundtable

Session Chair: Prof Jasbir Dhaliwal

Presentation by invited speakers

CIO Panel – Software Quality Perspectives for the C-Level

Networking

 

 

 

 

END of Day 1 

 

 

DAY 2

Sept 3, 2013

 

0845 - 0935

Keynote 2: Testing Centre of Execellence – Erik Van Veenendaal,  Improve Quality Services BV, Bonaire

0935 - 1025

Keynote 3:  Testing the Walk - Evolving from Tester to Test AdvocateRob Sabourin,  AmiBug.Com, Canada

1025 - 1040

Morning Break

1040 - 1200

Keynote 4:  ROI Prof. Dr Jasbir Dhaliwal, University of Memphis, USA

Keynote 5:  Software Quality Excellence as a Key Competitive Advantage – Makoto Nonaka, ASQN

Welcome Address by MSTB

Speech by Guest-of-Honour

Exhibition Tour

Press Conference

1200 – 1300

Keynote 6: Test Automation in Agile and Complex Systems – Dr.Sigrid Eldh, Sweden

1300 - 1400

Lunch

1400 - 1450

Keynote 7:  What journalism can teach us about software testing –  Thomas McCoy

1450 – 1600

Panel 1: Test the Walk 1 – The Vision – What is Asia to wake up to?

Chair: Lee Copeland, SQE, USA

Panellists: Dr Yasuharu Nishi, Erik van Veenendaal, Jon Hagar, Prof Klaus Pohl

1600 – 1615

Afternoon Break

1615 – 1705

Keynote 8:  Maybank Transformation - Geoff Stecyk, Maybank, Malaysia

1705 – 1755

Keynote 9:  Strategic Software Quality Management – Dr Yasuharu Nishi, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo    

2000 – 2300

SOFTEC 2013 Dinner

END of Day 2


 

 

DAY 3

Sept 4, 2013

 

0845 - 0935

Keynote 10: Systems and Software Quality MeasurementProfessor Motoei Azuma, Waseda University, Japan

0935- 1035

Keynote 11:  When Software Quality Goes Up…Cost and Schedule Go Down​ Gary Gack, Process-Fusion.net, USA

1035 - 1050

Morning Break

1050 - 1200

Panel 2: Test The Walk – What Must Asia Do now?

Chair: Dr Alvin Yeo, UNIMAS, Malaysia

Panellists: John Fodeh, Werner Lieblang, Prof Azuma, Mark Kiemele

1200 – 1250

Keynote 12: Modelling variability information in requirements and test artefact – Prof. Klaus Pohl, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

1300 – 1400

Lunch

 

TRACK A

TRACK B

1400 – 1445

Plenary 1a:   Seven Deadly Sins of Testing – Rex Black,  Rex Black Consulting Services (RBCS), USA

Plenary 1b:     What every tester needs to know about configuration management – Laura Hagar, QA and Configuration Management Practitioner, USA

1445 – 1530

Plenary 2a:  Rules of Thumb for Test Design and Analysis Dr Mark Kiemele, Air Academy Associates, USA ­­

Plenary 2b:   Sprint to Success – Werner Lieblang,  Díaz & Hilterscheid Unternehmensberatung GmbH, Germany

1530 – 1615

Plenary 3a:  Management by NumbersJohn Fodeh,  Cognizant, Denmark

Plenary  3b:  A Framework for Requirements Engineering  Prof Klaus Pohl, University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

1615 – 1630

Afternoon Break

1630 – 1715

Plenary 4a:    Bug Hunting: Using taxonomies to improve your testing             Jon Hagar, Grand Software Testing, USA

Plenary 4b:  Is the industry getting rid of requirements    Chris Rupp, SOPHIST Ltd, Germany

1630 -1600

Plenary 5a:    

The SQuBOK® as a knowledge tool for learning software quality faster and better –  Susumu Sasabe, JUSE, Japan


 

 

 

END of Day 3



 

DAY 4

Sept 5, 2013

TRACK 1

TRACK 2

TRACK 3

TRACK 4

TRACK 5

TRACK 6

TRACK 7

TRACK 8

Asian Software Quality Network (ASQN) Track

0900 - 1000

Keynote 13:   Model-based security testing and its application to industrial case studies – Prof. Dr. Ina Schieferdecker,  Fraunhofer Institute on Open Communication Systems (FOKUS), Germany

1000 - 1030

Morning Break

 

1030 - 1300

 

Workshop 1

Test Strategies:  From Day to Day Problem Solving Towards Long-Term Test Improvement

 

 

 


Dr. Sigrid Eldh

Workshop 2

Agile Risk-Based Exploratory Testing for In and Out Sourced Test Efforts

 

  


Jon Hagar

Workshop 3

Systematic Test case design Methods in practice

 

 

 

 

 

Werner Lieblang

Workshop 4

Practical Risk-Based Testing (PRISMA) : also for Agile projects

 

 

 

 


Erik van Veenendaal

Workshop 5A

Pragmatic Testing: What To Do When Your World Is Messy

 

 

 

 

 

Lee Copeland

Workshop 6

Requirements as the Foundation for Testing

 

 

 

 

 

 


Gary Gack

Workshop 7A

Strategies for Introducing new Methods into System Analysis – Creating new Competence in your Organisation

 

Chris Rupp

Workshop 8

Pragmatic Test Management – Strategy, Techniques and Tools 

 

 

 

 


John Fodeh

1030 - 1300


  • ASQN track opening speech by Makoto Nonaka

  • Talk from Philippines

  • Talk from China

  • Talk from Malaysia

  • Talk from Japan, Noriko Iizumi

1300 – 1400

Lunch

 

1400 – 1600

Continue

Workshop 1

Test Strategies:  From Day to Day Problem Solving Towards Long-Term Test Improvement  

 


Dr. Sigrid Eldh 

Continue

Workshop 2

Agile Risk-Based Exploratory Testing for In and Out Sourced Test Effort

 

Jon Hagar

Continue

Workshop 3

Systematic Test Case Design Methods in Practice

 

  


Werner Lieblang

Continue

Workshop 4

Practical Risk-Based Testing (PRISMA) : also for Agile projects 



Erik van Veenendaal

 

Workshop 5B

Pair-wise Testing Explained

 

 

 

  


Lee Copeland

Continue

Workshop 6

Requirements as the Foundation for Testing

 

 

 

 


Gary Gack

 

Workshop 7b

Introducing Test Architecture Design

 

 

 


Dr Yasuharu Nishi

Continue

Workshop 8

Pragmatic Test Management – Strategy, Techniques and Tools 

 

 


John Fodeh

  • 1400 - 1600

  •   Talk from Japan, Keiji Kobata
  •      Talk from Thailand
  •      Talk from Japan, Naomi Honda
  •      Discussion on future cooperation under ASQN


1600 – 1630 Coffee Break

​1600 – 1800

1600 - 1800

ASQN Board Meeting

END of SOFTEC Asia 2013


Disclaimer: The programme is subject to change without prior notice

 

 

 

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