In “Building Quality In – Ten Years Later”, I’ll discuss how to prevent problems and achieve high quality in an agile world.

We’ll revisit the classic high-reliability quality planning described 10 years ago in my PNSQC paper “Building Quality In”.  How many of these techniques are still relevant? Still useful? What new techniques have been added?  And how does it all fit into today’s agile development? Learn how a light-weight quality planning process enables agile (and traditional) organizations to prevent defects, speed up development and build quality in.