The new century has really begun now.
There's no escaping the new reality of an internet age.
Growth in the Internet
had been a main driving factor
in much of what's new and what's valuable
in internet quality testing and quality assurance, and
in turn for client/server testing and QA.
As WebSite complexities grow, so does the need for powerful back-end support.
Each area needs the technology of the other.
The Internet Wave!
reflects and amplifies this new reality.
The Conference Keynoters have real-world experience that can be used to balance quality and value,
our QuickStart speakers' expertise will save you time and effort,
and over 60 speakers focus on
Technology, Applications, Internet and Management topics.
QW2001 aims to face issues directly.
It's an event surely NOT to be missed!
What They Say About Quality Week
Here are some samplings of attendee's comments about past Quality Week Conferences:
...I need to mention to you how impressed I have been with the thought you have given to promoting
the big picture.
...Quality Week in San Francisco was a valuable experience.
The content of the tracks was kept at a educational level and anything that
involved a specific product was very clearly identified. No unpleasant
...In meeting with speakers and attendees at Quality Week I have been impressed with
their breadth of experience, breadth of languages, and diversity of fields.
...Well organized, stimulating event...
International Advisory Board
QW2001 papers are selected based on reviews and recommendations from our distinguished
International Advisory Board,
whose members represent a broad range of expertise in
the software and internet quality area from Industry and Academic positions worldwide.
The Quality of the Quality Week Conferences
is a direct result of the contribution of these experts.
QW2001's Advisory Board includes:
James Bach (Satisfice) Boris Beizer (Analysis)
Bill Bently (Mu_Research) Antonia Bertolino IEI/CNR)
Robert Birss (WebTV) Nick Borelli (Microsoft)
Rita Bral (SR/Institute) Dr. Cem Kaner (Univ. Florida)
Taz Daughtrey (ASQC/SQP) Tom Drake (ICCI)
Elizabeth Hendrickson (QualityTree) Bernard Homes (Tessco)
Bill Howden (UC/San Diego) Andre Kok (CMG)
Ruth Levy (CRIM) Peter Liggesmeyer (Univ. Potsdam)
Glen Meisenheimer (SiteROCK) Atif Memon (U. Pittsburgh)
Edward Miller (SR/Institute) Kris Mohan (Intel)
John Musa (Consultant) Jens Pas (I2B)
Greg Pope (AZOR) Linda Rosenberg (NASA)
Stefan Steurs (Eurocontrol) Keith Stobie (BEA Systems)
Dolores Wallace (Wallace Systems) Mark Wiley (nCUBE)
Denise Woit (Ryerson)
Who Should Attend
QW2001 is an educational experience aimed at many levels.o
Attendees should include
- Lead quality assurance managers and web masters looking for powerful
testing methods and an opportunity to check out the latest methods and tools.
- Software developers and website developers -- beginners and experts alike --
who need exposure to authoritative sources for improving their products.
- Programmers, website designers, software developers
-- anyone who wants to learn more about producing better quality products.
- Managers and senior Technologists who want
to catch up on the state-of-the-art in website and software testing and quality assurance.
Here is a sampling of 100 of the more than 1000 companies that
have sent delegates to Quality Week Conferences in past two years:
ABN AMRO Bank,
Bank of America,
Baxter Health Care Corp.,
Baxter Healthcare Corporation,
Booz Allen Hamilton,
Dresdner Bank AG,
Ecricsson Radio Systems AB,
SIM Group Ltd,
State of California,
Technology Builders Inc.,
US Air Force,
Wells Fargo Bank,