STAREAST 2019 Bonus Session : The Workshop on Regulated Software Testing (WREST)

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Friday, May 3, 2019 - 8:30am to 4:30pm

The Workshop on Regulated Software Testing (WREST)

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Join us at The Workshop on Regulated Software Testing (WREST)—a free, full-day bonus session held on Friday after the conference concludes. A unique peer workshop, WREST is dedicated to improving the practice of testing regulated systems. We define regulated software as any system that is subject to an internal or external review.

WREST relies on its attendees to make the workshop a success. There are no formal presentations, only experience reports with plenty of time designated for facilitated discussion. We hope to learn from each other by hearing the success and (especially!) failure stories of real practitioners who test regulated software. Have a problem you want input on solving? You can bring that to the workshop as well—just be prepared to participate! WREST is hosted by John McConda and Jim LeBaron.

NOTE: Limited seats are available. Reserve your seat when you register online for the conference or by contacting the Client Support Group at 888.268.8770 or [email protected].

John_McConda
Moser Consulting

John McConda is an experienced Software Quality Control/Assurance tester, technician, and manager. Experienced in multiple methods of software testing from rigorous validated system testing, to session-based exploratory testing, test automation, and performance. Teacher and speaker for software testing classes and conferences.

Jim_LeBaron
MasterControl

Jim LeBaron is an Agile Manager working for MasterControl, a company that provides QMS solutions for FDA regulated companies. Jim has worked over 18 years in the industry, and over 11 years in a regulated environment. Jim has experience authoring, executing, automating and reviewing validation documents, hosting audits and streamlining validation processes. Jim loves the challenge of making Agile work with the added complexities of regulation. Jim can be reached at [email protected].