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Tom Gilb

Gilb.com, Norway

Biography

Tom is an independent teacher, consultant and writer. He has published nine books, including the early coining of the term “Software Metrics” (1976) which is the recognized foundation ideas for IBM CMM/SEI CMM/CMMI Level 4.

He wrote “Principles of Software Engineering Management” (1988, in 2006 in 20th printing), and “Software Inspection” (1993, about 14th printing). Both titles are really systems engineering books in software disguise. His latest book is ‘Competitive Engineering: A Handbook for Systems Engineering, Requirements Engineering, and Software Engineering Management Using Planguage’, published by Elsevier, Summer 2005.

His methods are widely and officially adopted by many organizations such as IBM, Nokia, Ericsson, HP, Intel, Citigroup – and many other large and small organizations.

All session by Tom Gilb

  • 19-Oct-2017

Keynote: A Bill of Rights for Testers

Testing is the hard way to do QA: It is ineffective and inefficient

Traditional testing, as a means towards quality assurance, is far too costly and far too ineffective. There are much smarter ways to approach software quality. One problem is who will lead the change process? This talk will outline a far more advanced QA function, and challenge CIO and CTO levels ...


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Tom Gilb
Gilb.com, Norway

LEAN QA: Cost Effective Methods for delivering Measurable Qualities, not just bug freeness

Detailed Subject Matter. – Stakeholder Quality: Stakeholder quality analysis and specification. – Quality Quantification: All quality requirements need to be quantified, to reflect all critical quality dimensions. – Quality By Design: Design Quality In! Don’t try to test it in. How to find and evaluate designs that give us needed ...


Tom Gilb_testcon-vilnius
Tom Gilb
Gilb.com, Norway