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Developing a Quality Engineering Workforce

Date of Webinar: 23/10/2018

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Automation and AI are starting to have an impact on the overall IT workforce. Add DevOps and Agile plus new technologies that challenge whole industries like self-driving cars, blockchain or IoT and it becomes clear that a tester’s skill need to adapt as well. But it’s not only the individual that needs to rethink their future – what about organization’s ability to staff or deploy the right people to projects? Learning strategies for an agile workforce? Roles and responsibilities in multi-functional agile teams where roles are actually a thing of the past? Tasks that are all automated anyway? The Quality Engineering workforce of the future needs to answer all of these questions and cover the competencies we need as quality professionals.

Join this webinar to learn more about the Quality Engineering workforce of the future.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Don’t only transform your processes but your people
  2. Which skills are necessary in the new world?
  3. Is this any different from today?

 

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Matthias Rasking

About Matthias Rasking 

Matthias Rasking is a Principal Director within Accenture’s Intelligent Engineering Services practice, which focuses on Software Engineering methods and processes. He leads the Quality and Testing platform for Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Russia and looks after testing capability development across Europe, Latin America and Africa. He is also a Management Executive for the TMMi foundation, a not-for-profit organization aimed at promoting an open standard for Test Maturity assessments, and supports the ISO/IEC Working Group 26 on formulating and enhancing ISO 29119 and 21246 standards for software testing and work product reviews.
He has been working in several large scale Information Technology and Process Improvement projects in Europe. He is a certified expert in the area of Software and Service Delivery processes and frameworks, holding ITIL, TMMi and CMMI certifications. He has spoken at several industry conferences on Testing and is an accredited TMMI Lead Assessor.

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