At the beginning of August, Our CEO Philip Lew spoke at the Softec Asia 2017 conference in Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. With the theme "Testing As A Service," speakers tackled the topic with knowledge in all aspects of improving software quality.Here is a visual look at what some of the speakers focused on in their presentations.
It’s a long plane ride to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. That’s where SofTec Asia 2017 was held the first few days of August. But, with all that I learned — both through formal presentations and informal discussions with fellow presenters — it was well worth the trip.
Software Testing Cognitive Biases - Do You Know Why You Missed That Defect?Gerie Owen, our guest speaker with over 25 years of experience in software testing, joined XBOSoft CEO Philip Lew for a discussion of challenges recognizing our cognitive biases and how they affect our software testing thinking and process. Starting with explaining how the brain creates and implements these biases. Owen and Lew discussed, among other aspects...View this XBOSoft webinar to learn more >
June 4th to 9th, 2017XBOSoft CEO Philip Lew to Make Three Software Testing Presentations at Better Software West in Las Vegas
XBOSoft CEO Philip Lew will be a triple threat presenter at Techwell's Better Software West. He will present a tutorial and an interactive speech on issues involved with mobile platform and product testing and will co-present a workshop on Agile Risk Management.
I read Stephen Covey’s famous book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People when it first came out in 1989, almost 30 years ago. I was just starting my career then and was able to apply many of the principles to not just my work life, but life in general.When I was invited to give the closing keynote at TestIstanbul, in Istanbul, Turkey, on April 25, I knew giving a tailored version of my 7 Habits of Highly Effective Agile Testers talk would work well for this audience.
Philip Lew delivers a keynote address in Istanbul on his agile software testing process. Will Turk [...]
As Phil Lew told his TestIstanbul audience, “These seven habits have evolved over the years through working with clients that had software quality issues after implementing agile development. Some people think agile development will solve all their problems."He stresses, "Well, it can solve some, but if poorly implemented, it can cause many others. I’ve been able to boil it down to these 7 habits as a way to continually ‘sharpen the saw’ and root out problems one by one.”
“Since we began working with XBOSoft as our quality-assurance partner five years ago, our entire process of developing and releasing new software has become much smoother and more efficient,” Mobile MedSoft CEO Duke Yetter said.