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Monday, September 30, 2013 - 8:30am - 12:00pm
Half-day Tutorials

Implementing Crowdsourced Testing NEW

In today’s market, global outreach, quick time to release, and a feature rich design are the major factors that determine a product’s success. Organizations are constantly on the lookout for innovative testing techniques to match these driving forces. Crowdsourced testing is a paradigm increasing in popularity because it addresses these factors through its scale, flexibility, cost effectiveness, and fast turnaround. Join Rajini Padmanaban and Mukesh Sharma as they describe what it takes to implement a crowdsourced testing effort including its definition, models, relevance to today’s development world, and challenges and mitigation strategies. Rajini and Mukesh share the facts and myths about crowdsourced testing. They span a range of theory and practice including case studies of real-life experiences and exercises to illustrate the message, and explain what it takes to maximize the benefits of a crowdsourced test implementation.

Rajini Padmanaban, QA InfoTech

As Sr. Director of Engagement at QA InfoTech, Rajini Padmanaban leads the engagement and relationship management for some of QA InfoTech's largest and most strategic accounts. Rajini has more than twelve years of professional experience, primarily in the software quality assurance area.

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Mukesh Sharma, QA InfoTech

As founder and CEO of QA InfoTech Worldwide, Mukesh Sharma is responsible for the company's vision and leads the organization's worldwide operations, marketing, sales, and development efforts. Founding QA InfoTech with a vision to provide unbiased testing solutions, Mukesh has grown the organization to five Centers of Excellence with more than 650 employees. He began his technology career with DCM Data Systems, and then worked at IBM Corporation, Quark Inc., Gale Group, and Adobe Systems in software engineering and testing disciplines.

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