Denoo Olivier

photo_remakeOlivier is the VP of ps_testware SAS, the French subsidiary of ps_testware group. His role is to develop business, recruit the local expert team (Sales and consultants), create visibility, build sustainable partnerships, promote software testing and ps_testware. Olivier is also involved in auditing test projects and organizations and provides high-level consultancy and support. Olivier is the President of the CFTL – the French ISTQB Board. He also currently is the Governance Officer of the ISTQB. He is a member of IREB (French chapter) and IQBBA

Olivier is an international speaker who spoke at numerous conferences over the last 20 years, like STF, CMTL, SEETEST, SQA-days; Analyst-days; JFIE; TestWarez; Test-IT Africa, JFTL; SEETEST; Quality Week, Eurostar, Dasia, SPICE, Iqnite…

He’s also actively participating in the development of certification schemes, like IQBBA (Business Analysis), IREB-ReQB (requirements engineering) or IBUQ (usability)
Personal web site http://www.olivier-denoo.net

Mission Possible - the storyenTestWarez 2017
Prelegent: Denoo Olivier What if you were a BA and that you were forced to collaborate with a tester to release an Evil project? Or is it the other way round? What would be your resources, your strengths or weaknesses, your needs? What tools will you use to get out of such a difficult situation?…więcej

Why we should care about leftoversenTestWarez 2016
The world is changing fast and software takes more and more a major part in our everyday life. As a result of software opening to the mass-market, the development and testing paradigms have evolved dramatically. We are not anymore facing software developed by IT for IT, but software developed by IT for everyone (and especially…więcej

Psychology and testingenTestWarez 2016
Testing software in a more mature and structured way is synonym to bringing (big) changes in an organization. It is introducing new (disturbing) processes, new (intrusive) reporting, new (annoying) gates, new (unknown) roles and responsibilities… All of those irremediably change the way of working, disrupting existing (bad?) long running habits, breaking „business as usual”, silent…więcej

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