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Eynsham, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, 2012/05/10 - Ray Scott, Director of Agile Services at GT Agile, Grid-Tools’ Consultancy Practice, is now scheduled to speak at EuroSTAR, Europe’s largest gathering of Software Testing Professionals, which is being held this year in Amsterdam from 5th-8th November.
Ray is recognised as an Agile evangelist with over 15 years’ experience of implementing Agile practices into some of the world's most prestigious companies. Now leading GT Agile, the consultancy division of Grid-Tools Limited, Ray will focus on why test data can no longer be trivialised in Agile teams during his talk on Wednesday, 7th November.
“Without high quality test data, teams face serious consequences,” Ray said,“I will talk about strategies and best practices but also the softer side of team building such as relationship modelling and creating an effective cohesive work space for testers, DBAs and test data engineers.”
A certified SCRUM Master and Practitioner and a recognised Test Methodologist,
Ray Scott led one of the largest Agile projects in the US as well as a range of Development and Quality System implementations in the areas of finance (security, wholesale and retail), healthcare, media, logistics and entertainment.
It is this experience which Ray’s audience’s value and he will also speak on the final day of ‘Agile Testing Days’, the fourth annual European conference for international professionals involved in the agile world which runs from November 19th - 22nd in Potsdam/Berlin, Germany.
For those unable to attend the presentations in November, there is an opportunity to book a place at two workshops organised in partnership with UNICOM Seminars this May.
The first workshop on 22nd May, ‘Agile Solutions – Leading with Test Data Management’ examines concerns for Agile and complex development projects and programmes committed to the provisioning of strong, secure and usable distributive data.
The second workshop, ‘Influencing Quality in Large Agile Projects’, will be held on 24th May and will look at the best practices for large Agile implementations and the ability to influence changes in the areas of Program Quality.
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