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1 SEE YOU NEXT YEAR OCTOBER 29 - 31, 2008 Bilbao / Spain Closing / Cierre / Amaiera

2 Venue

3 It received the Apex Award for Best Convention Centre of the World 2003 The Conference Centre and Concert Hall. Euskalduna Jauregia. Bilbao / Spain

4 One of the most outstanding contemporary works carried out by Spanish architects Euskalduna Jauregia Bilbao

5 Opening

6 Joseba Jauregizar and Jesús de la Maza– Innovalia (ES) Opening 17th

7 Tutorials

8 Software people have ambivalent relationship with metrics, they distrust anything that looks like measurement Tutorial 1 17th – Software development and test measurements and metrics Doron Cherkovsky – Israel Aircraft Industries (Israel)

9 Any model is a compromise with the real world Tutorial 2 17th – Model-Based Testing Paul Jorgensen – Grand Valley State University (USA)

10 Keynotes

11 Be creative; make defects but have a a method to detect them as soon as possible Keynote 17th – Virtually defect-free Software in less time Michael Fagan – Michael Fagan Associates (USA)

12 The control of your colleagues trust and confidence is in your hands Keynote 18th – Psychology behind Test Management Yaron Tsubery – Comverse (Israel)

13 Quality has business value Keynote 19th – Controlling project performance by using a defect model Ben Linders – Ericsson · Telecommunicatie, B.V (The Netherlands)

14 Tracks

15 Fitness measure determines which solutions are better than others TRACK · A V&V Strategies 17th (1) – Demonstrating Genetic Algorithm: optimizing project duration while ensuring System Quality Avner Engel – Israel Aerospace Industries (Israel)

16 Measurements help us to identify strong and weak points of our processes TRACK · A V&V Strategies 17th (2) – Model of measurement and analysis for processes of Embedded Software development Cláudia Elias – Quality Software (Brasil)

17 Small and modular components allows you to use automatic permutations of test scripts TRACK · B Testing Reusability 18th (1) – Reusability & modular test cases design as used in Embedded and financial projects Ori Avihail – TACT Ltd., Project Management division (Israel)

18 If there is no RISK, there is no TEST TRACK · C QA Management for Embedded Systems 18th (1) – Pitfalls of system integration Jan van Moll – Sioux Embedded Systems BV (The Netherlands)

19 Interesting test cases are often hidden in a huge amount of data, automatically genarated by tools TRACK · C QA Management for Embedded Systems 18th (2) – Integrated automated test case generation and static analysis Jan Peleska – University of Bremen (Germany) Cornelia Zhalten – Verified Systems International GmbH (Germany)

20 Its important to consider scenarios that are executed more frequently TRACK · C QA Management for Embedded Systems 18th (3) – The method, the tools and rationales for assessing dynamic memory efficiency in Embedded Real-Time Systems in practice Christian Del Rosso – Nokia Research Center (Finland)

21 Safety doesnt reside in any distinct function but in the entire System TRACK · C QA Management for Embedded Systems 18th (4) – Test First Practices for safety critical development: An Agile approach Brian Shoemaker – ShoeBar Associates (USA)

22 Risk based regression testing prioritizes tests based in risk info and finds defects earlier in the process TRACK · C QA Management for Embedded Systems 18th (5) – Risk based dynamic regression Test Model Ruku Tekchandani – Intel (USA)

23 ET is an agile and close collaboration between moderators, testers and system experts that make all agreed decisions based on what they know at the time TRACK · D Testing Techniques 18th (1) – Exploratory Testing, first time right Derk-Jan De Grood – Collis (The Netherlands)

24 The right project specific balance is the key for cost efficiency TRACK · D Testing Techniques 18th (2) – Advanced Test-Driven Development Peter Zimmerer – The Siemens (Germany)

25 The programmers normally say wow when the system works, but we testers normally say wow when the system crashes TRACK · D Testing Techniques 18th (3) – Robustness Testing and fuzzing introduction Antti Ihalainen – Codenomicon Ltd. (Finland)

26 With good formal specifications, it is easier for making automated test generations TRACK · D Testing Techniques 18th (4) – Testing and monitoring techniques. Applications to communication protocols for wireless networks Ana Cavalli – Institut National des Telecommunications (France)

27 If you are doing something that you know that is going to be reviewed, you will do it in your best way TRACK · D Testing Techniques 18th (5) – Selective Homeworkless view Shmuel Ur – IBM Research Lab (Israel)

28 Software metrics help ensure that the software development efforts meet the goals and standars for software development in a organization TRACK · E Metrics in testing and QA 19th (1) – Using metrics to Improve Software Quality Anette Mirantes – Johns Hopkins University (USA)

29 Efficiency of the Reviews depends on the people involved. A Review should be active in order to find significant issues TRACK · E Metrics in testing and QA 19th (2) – Metrics plan of Reviews effectiveness in the software life cycle Catherine Goutherot – NTE S.A. (Spain)

30 Start small, gain awareness, evaluate regularly, improve in small steps, Learn by doing, get your feet wet, automate it later, anticipate change TRACK · E Metrics in Testing and QA 19th (3) – 2 measure = 2 change René Van Eertwegh – Atos Origin Technical Automation (The Netherlands)

31 The only thing that does not change is that things change TRACK · F Configuration Management 19th (1) – Configuration Management: Principles and Practises Anne Mette Jonassen Hass – Delta (Denmark)

32 Software Configuration Patterns envolve the whole code generated and also how people work TRACK · F Configuration Management 19th (2) – Application of Software configuration patterns: an industry case study Julio Estela – Ministerio de Administraciones Públicas (Spain)

33 Configuration management is needed to achieve an effective Hardware and Software integration TRACK · F Configuration Management 19th (3) – Configuration management for embedded systems: Software and the Hard Stuff Pat Wegerson – Patrick Wegerson Consulting (USA)

34 Round Table

35 Willem Van Den Biggelaar, Yaron Tsubery, Jesús de la Maza and Michael Fagan Round Table

36 Events

37 Azurmendi Enea ( Larrabetzu ) Txakoli Testing Speakers Warming Up – 16th October 2007

38 Gastronomy Testers First lunch at Euskalduna Jauregia 17th October 2007

39 The Sponsors

40 SQS and Innovalia Association QA&TEST 2007 Sponsors

41 Best Paper

42 Congratulations ! Jan Peleska and Cornelia Zhalten

43 Closing

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45 SEE YOU NEXT YEAR OCTOBER 29 - 31, 2008 Bilbao / Spain Thank you for coming / Gracias por venir / Eskerrik asko etortzeagatik


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