On-site Training for Mission-Critical ProjectsDeveloping mission-critical software applications requires a highly trained software project team. The focus of my training is to provide teams with the tools and techniques they need to be successful and competitive in the global economy.
On-site CoursesClick on the course for an overview and syllabus:
- Software Verification & Validation for Mission-Critical Projects
- Requirements-Based Estimating and Scheduling Best Practices
- Project Retrospectives
- Peer Reviews and Inspections
Brown bag seminarsBrown bag seminars are a collection of short, focused, informal seminars aimed at helping organizations improve predictability, productivity, quality, and time-to-market. By presenting focused topics in a short (about an hour) informal setting, your staff can learn new methods and techniques that can help them in their work without affecting time-critical project schedules.
Brown bag seminars can also be used as a forum for discussing compliance issues and for sharing ideas and experiences. Brown bag seminars can be presented in person in the New England area or using browser-based remote meeting tools.
Examples of Brown Bag Seminar Topics:
- Do You Have the Right Stuff to Manage a QA/Test Team?
- Writing Requirements for Software
- Estimating and Scheduling using the Yellow Sticky Method
- Root Cause Analysis for Customer Reported Problems
- Increasing the Effectiveness of Testing
- Introduction to Peer Reviews and Inspections
- Risk Management for Software Projects
- All Software Is Defective—Implications for the Software Industry