Well-Known Industry Activist, Scott Barber Shares Latest Findings on How Agile Teams Reduce Unpleasant, Late-Stage Performance Surprises – January 7-10, 2014 – Sandusky, OH
BEVERLY, Mass. — December 31, 2013 — Scott Barber
, Chief Evangelist – Performance Products at SmartBear Software
, leading provider of quality and performance management solutions used by more than one million software development and operations professionals worldwide, is presenting, “Trending toward Next-Gen Application Performance through Lifecycle Monitoring
” at CodeMash
, Tuesday, January 7 – Friday, January 10, 2014 in Sandusky, OH. CodeMash educates developers on current practices, methodologies and technology trends in a variety of platforms and development languages.
SmartBear’s Scott Barber Presenting, “Trending toward Next-Gen Application Performance
through Lifecycle Monitoring” at CodeMash
Thursday, January 9, 2014, 4:50 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. EST
Kalahari Resort, 7000 Kalahari Drive, Sandusky, OH
Scott Barber is a well-respected leader in the advancement of software testing practices, industry activist and load testing celebrity of sorts. He is best known as one of the most energetic and entertaining speakers in the industry as well as a prolific author of several books including “Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications
,” “Beautiful Testing
,” “How to Reduce the Cost of Testing
,” and “Web Load Testing for Dummies
” as well as the author of over 100 articles on his blog, “Peak Performance
.” In addition to Chief Evangelist – Performance Products at SmartBear, Scott is Co-Founder and serves as Chief Technologist, President and CEO of PerfTestPlus, offering consulting, training services and resources to bring software testing expertise to organizations seeking to push their testing beyond "state-of-the-practice" to "state-of-the-art.”
In this session, Scott shares his latest work on how teams, particularly Agile teams, dramatically reduce the likelihood of unpleasant, late-stage performance surprises while concurrently reducing the time and effort needed to resolve unpleasant performance surprises when they do crop up by embracing a lifecycle monitoring mentality.
He presents this mentality within an easy to understand and implement framework suitable for use either "as-is" or as a sound foundation upon which to develop your own, custom framework for delivering well performing applications. Scott ultimately helps attendees to deliver next-generation performance – faster, cheaper, easier and more reliably.
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