Software product leaders are well aware of the role quality plays in the applications’ success. The workshop aims to help software executives quantify software product quality based on eight crucial components: Source Code Quality; Usability, UI, and Documentation Evaluation; Security; Performance; Business Logic; Architecture; Data Quality; and Open-Source Code Use.
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will discover a robust framework to “calculate” the levels of technical debt, software performance, UI/UX efficiency, level of security, etc., to make informed business decisions.
The workshop is divided into four interactive sessions, each focused on vital aspects of software product quality assessment.
Session 1: Source Code Auditing and Performance Testing
Time: 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM
Attendees will gain insights into the benefits of regular source code analysis for products and explore the significant impact of software performance on businesses.
Session 2: UI/UX Testing and Security Assessment
Time: 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM
The workshop’s second session reveals how usability testing lowers product release costs and risks. The event host will also discuss the average security breach expenses and measures to avoid them.
Session 3: Business Logic Checks and Product Architecture Evaluation
Time: 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM
Participants will dive into the significance of product architecture testing and evaluation and ways to find and prevent typical business logic problems.
Session 4: Data Quality and Use of Open-Source Code
Time: 3:00 PM – 3:45 PM
The expert host will uncover the impact of poor data quality and ways to address it. Attendees will learn how to investigate and mitigate the hazards associated with open-source code.
Keynote Speaker Amy Peck and Technical Experts Panel for an Interactive Q&A
Amy Peck is the Founder & CEO of EndeavorXR, a leading global XR strategy & consulting firm.
As a recognized futurist and thought leader, Amy advises Fortune 500 companies, government entities, digital media/production companies, and tech startups on The Metaverse, Web3, XR strategy, tech-forward digital transformation, and insights into the Future of Work. Amy is also a Board of Trustees Women of the Future, an initiative born in 2022 with the mission to empower women by showcasing their achievements in leveraging technology for positive real-world impact.
During the workshop, attendees may address questions to co-hosting technical experts:
- Sergey Kizyan, Delivery Director, Intetics
- Sergey Revko, Lead Quality Engineer, Intetics
8 Pillars Software Assessment Framework: Expert Opinion
What industry experts say about the framework:
“Well, yes, I do agree with this approach as I’m also a strong believer in “Numbers don’t lie, but people do,” so I try to track as many parameters as possible. I’ve just read your paper, and I have to say—impressive as hell. The amount of work to coordinate it all and to make sure every single element works correctly is mind-blowing for me. To be honest, it’s hard for me to give you any additional info as you covered it all (from performance to security point of view). It seems to be flawless. Anyway—big WOW from my side.”Marcin S., Technical Lead
“What I liked about this is that you have an approach for each dimension, and a model of making those assessments. Benchmarking possibilities between companies may be interesting.”Maaret P., Principal Test Engineer
“Product quality is a major problem for many organizations, but one which is, unfortunately, neglected. I found the idea of breaking down and classifying product quality across multiple dimensions to be a useful concept, one of which many in the software development world would be unaware of. Overall, your approach is helpful if used as part of an approach to raise awareness with senior stakeholders of the levels of technical debt and its consequences.”Andrew B., Principal Consultant
Quantifying Software Product Excellence: Register Now
Join in to try the framework for your product. The workshop will be held online at Zoom on November 30, 12:00 PM EST. The educational event is also a great networking opportunity, as you may connect with technology leaders during breaks between sessions.
Note: Registration requires a reimbursable $200 deposit fee to register. The deposit ensures only professionals interested in software quality questions are attendees. The whole deposit amount will be reimbursed to the attendees after the workshop.