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CQAA June 2010 Program: Introducing Risk Based Testing to Organizations

  • 17 Jun 2010
  • 1:30 PM - 3:59 PM
  • SPR Companies, Willis Tower, The Conference Center, 33rd Floor; Lincoln Ballroom 233 S Wacker Drive Chicago, IL


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Introducing Risk Based Testing to Organizations
Dr. Rajesh Subramanyan

About the Topic

Risk-based testing (RBT) offers an exciting approach to cost effective testing by selecting features and functions to be tested based on priority/importance and likelihood or impact of failure. Risk based testing is not new, it derives from principles of risk management and FMEA techniques. For the testing community, techniques like boundary value analysis aim to find the area most likely to be defective, thus the tester is already selecting tests based on risks. RBT is useful to reduce the number of defects reaching the customer.

About the Speaker

Dr. Rajesh Subramanyan is a project manager with Software Development Technologies at Siemens Corporate Research (SCR). He has been with SCR, Software Engineering department since July 2005. He is currently serving as a program-chair for 34th IEEE COMPSAC and a steering committee member of SSIRI 2010.

His interests cover broad areas of software engineering with focus on quality & testing, including topics such as model based testing, testing in an agile environment, and automation. He has a PhD from ECE Purdue.

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