A Director of Quality at Rangle in Toronto, Dawn Jardine has worked in several roles in her career.
After years in the teaching profession, Dawn changed direction and entered the technology industry as a front-end web developer for a small eLearning software company. Dawn expanded her skills and expertise, joined the QA team, and thus began her career in the Quality practice.
With more than twenty years of craft experience, she has participated in the launch of several eLearning and eCommerce projects, including Canadian Police Knowledge Network, Canadian Tire Corporation, American Express Membership Rewards and Walmart Canada. She encourages Agile teams to embrace modern Quality approaches including Quality to the Left and Continuous Testing. Passionate about the quality culture and women in technology, Dawn is the Chapter Leader of Women Who Test in Toronto.
Due to the current situation with Coronavirus the TASSQ Board has decided to continue with monthly free online events until further notice, in support of the QA community!
Speaker: Dawn Jardine
Want to improve quality processes across your project delivery teams, standardize best practices, reduce ramp-up time, and make your QA team more autonomous?
Create a Quality playbook.
A playbook contains all the pieces and parts that make up our go-to approach for getting things done. The playbook provides step-by-step quality guidelines and actions, along with practical templates and examples from prior projects that can be adopted on future projects. When there are successful ways of working that bring proven results, creating a "how to" playbook can provide a guide for delivery teams that can be used, adapted and improved upon with each project.
In this presentation, we'll talk about what a Quality playbook is, how to create one, how to implement, as well as introduce you to better practices to help you throughout the process. I will also share my experience with creating and implementing a Quality Playbook at Rangle with our Agile Quality Analyst team.Register Now