Regg Struyk, Product Manager for Polarion QA, with Guest Speakers:
Griffin Jones, Karen Johnson & John McConda
When and where? Who should watch this webinar?
Test Managers, Regulatory Managers, Compliance Managers, Auditors
What you will learn:
A unique peer webinar session with 3 well-known testing and regulatory gurus, who are dedicated to improving the practice of testing regulated systems. Join us for a group conversation around the theme of "Practical Regulatory Compliant Software Testing" with open discussion around success stories, failures and general experiences around testing and regulatory compliance.
The owner of Congruent Compliance, Griffin Jones provides consulting services on context driven software testing and regulatory compliance to companies in regulated industries. Recently he was the director of quality and regulatory compliance at iCardiac Technologies which provides core lab services for the pharmaceutical industry to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy or safety of their potential new drugs. Griffin was responsible for all matters relating to quality and regulatory compliance for an FDA regulatory compliant quality system, including frequently presenting the verification and validation (testing) results to external regulatory auditors. Griffin was previously a product quality lead for eighteen years at Eastman Kodak.
Karen N. Johnson is a software test consultant, working on site and remotely to help her clients build testing teams and strengthen their testing practice. Karen is considered an expert in software testing and has been part of the context driven software testing community for a number of years. She is a frequent speaker at testing conferences; a contributing author to the book, Beautiful Testing; and co founder of WREST, the Workshop on Regulated Software Testing.
A career tester, John McConda has been seeking to improve his skills and his teams’ effectiveness for more than ten years. In his current role, John consults for a high profile US Government contract, providing training and strategy as well as getting his hands dirty with exploratory testing, automation, and performance. He is an instructor for the Association for Software Testing and co founder of WREST. John authored Busted: Five Myths of Testing Regulated Software, an article published in Better Software magazine (November/December 2010).