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Denver HP/Mercury Users Group July Meeting
The Denver HP/Mercury users group meeting is just around the corner.
This Presenter for the July meeting is Ragan Shearing, who will be
presenting: A Synopsis for Setting Performance Requirements and
Ragan Shearing, a senior automation consultant with Connected
Testing, is currently on Contract with McKesson a fortune 500
company. His experience includes thirteen years of experience in all
aspects of software testing from manual testing to leading test
teams. In addition to giving presentations on performance testing
for SQuAD (Software Quality Association of Denver), Ragan has twice
sat on the annual SQuAD software testing conference test automation
panel. This is Ragan's first presentation at Mercury User's Group.
Presentation: A Synopsis for Setting Performance Requirements and Expectations
In nearly every Performance Project, the same questions comes up,
what is good performance? What will it take to make this faster?
Ragan has learned there is no silver bullet solution which applies
to every project. Through personal experience and a few rules of
thumb, Ragan has learned how to work with project teams to set
requirements and expectations. Ragan will share these with the
Mercury User's Group audience.
The details are as follows:
Date Thursday July 8th, 2010
Time - 5:00 - 8:00 ***We have this time scheduled however.....we
have the option to go longer if necessary.
55 Inverness Drive East
Englewood, CO 80112
5:00 - 5:30 Get Acquainted and refreshments
5:30 - 5:45 Announcements
5:45 - 6:30 Presentation "A Synopsis for Setting Performance Requirements and Expectations"
6:30 - 6:45 Break
7:30 - 8:00 Presentation and Q&A
Our thanks to Jeppesen and Connected Testing for their continued sponsorship
Please RSVP at sromero88@Yahoo.com so I may provide Jeppesen with an
expected head count as well as planning for refreshments.
Please note in your RSVP if you are here on a working
Visa as this is required by Jeppesen for security reasons.
I look forward to seeing you all this event,
HP/Denver Mercury Users Group