The Toronto Association of Systems and Software Quality (TASSQ) was established in 1993 as an organization for Quality Assurance professionals. Our attendees include anyone who has an interest in software quality, or software testing, whether they work for a large corporation, a small software house, or whether they are independent consultants.
TASSQ holds monthly meetings involving a presentation by a professional in the software quality or testing industry. The purpose of the meetings is to share quality practices and to provide an opportunity for networking. To date, the presentations have included a wide variety of topics including software testing, project management, risk management, software testing and quality metrics, process improvement, implementing quality practices, latest trends, etc. Meetings range in size from 45 to 200 attendees and meetings occur the last Tuesday of the month, running from January to June, and September to November inclusive.
Occasionally, some courses are offered to TASSQ members at a discount. TASSQ also offers a Job Board. Employer submissions are accepted (for a fee) and placed on the TASSQ website. Job seekerRead More
6:00 p.m. The Albany Club - 91 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario
Speaker: Dr. Akramul Azim, Assistant Professor in software engineering at Ontario Tech University
We want embedded software to be verifiable. However, if all the interactions of the software with its associated system are not known, we may not be able to provide evidence of predictable and deterministic system behavior. The evidence is crucial for any safety-critical functionality, such as autonomous driving. The behavior of a system represents not only functionality but also architectural and execution properties such as resource consumption and timing. Non-determi Read MoreRegister
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